iPaste
iPaste
1.1.3

4.2

iPaste free download for Mac

iPaste1.1.3

06 November 2007

Access clipboard contents via HotKeys.

Overview

Note: On 4 October 2013, IGG Software announced that it was ceasing development of this title. It will continue to provide technical support to its existing customers for one year, but no further changes will be made to the software, nor will it be for sale any longer.

iPaste is a tool to make clippings (e.g. pieces of text, images, PDFs, etc.) that you commonly paste into applications easily accessible via HotKeys and a contextual menu. It is an unobtrusive clipboard manager that has a small footprint so it is forgiving on system resources. No cluttering windows necessary and it can be hidden from the Dock.

What's new in iPaste

Version 1.1.3: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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16 Reviews of iPaste

Sigil
04 August 2008
Version: 1.1.3

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Great App, but if you own Fruit Menu; it will cause some issues.
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RogerKatz
24 July 2017
Version: 1.1.3
The current version of an app with the same name is by Jason Zheng, has a different icon and is via the Mac App Store, has the version number 1.5.1
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2.5
Sigil
03 January 2011
Version: 1.1.3
I can't figure out how to clear recent clips. I've never seen a clipboard app that doesn't have this feature. I can't even figure out how to hide and show the clip palette. When I double click on a clip to edit it, the app crashes. When I manually try to delete clips, it will crash after three or four are removed. The contextual menu shows up when it wants to. I've uninstalled and reinstalled. I was able to duplicate these issues on all four of my Macs. I can't even remember the last time this app was updated. This app has been trouble for me for quite sometime. I give up!!
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5
Sigil
04 March 2009
Version: 1.1.3
Great App! However, it conflicts with Fruit Menu resulting in a contextual menu issue.
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Pawlyshyn
26 September 2008
Version: 1.1.3
I'm trying out this program and can't get the hot keys to work. Is there a secret? I'm on 10.4.11 PPC.
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Sigil
04 August 2008
Version: 1.1.3
Great App, but if you own Fruit Menu; it will cause some issues.
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4
Amalgamated-Inc
17 December 2007
Version: 1.1.3
why does this app use more memory than my browser (seamonkey), apple mail, and url manager...combined?
(0)
Lux
07 November 2007
Version: 1.1.3
Since upgrading to Leopard I've been looking for a compatible clipboard utility (iSnip keeps crashing in Leopard), so I bought an iPaste registration key but it doesn't work.
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5
Bcoint
13 November 2006
Version: 1.1.2
It does exactly what it is supposed to do and does it very well. Very easy to use and stays out of the way. The best 13 bucks i've spent on a program, well worth it.
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4.25
Andrew-Scott
11 March 2006
Version: 1.1.2
I'm surprised iPaste doesn't get more attention even in the relatively crowded clipboard enhancer market. It's unobtrusive and flexible. I like the ability to create a number of distinct clipboards and make some items permanently available. Other applications offer similar features but I think iPaste gets it just right. The only thing that stops me using it is that some of these features are contained in Quicksilver, though not as nicely implemented.
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Anonymous
20 October 2004
Version: 1.1.1
Recently Copied Items do not work with Hot Keys (dont know if Default Items work, have no use for this option). I wonder what good for is the Keyboard Timing Delay when pasting: dont we all want to get things done fast? The app is, unfortunatey, too slow: for instance, the clippings palette somehow blocks clicking in windows behind it (until thje palette fades away). I still love the icon. ;)
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Anonymous
14 October 2004
Version: 1.1
Just to add one thing to my preceding comment: the app's icon is _very_ nice!! thank you! :)
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3.5
Anonymous
14 October 2004
Version: 1.1
Trying iPaste 1.1: the Hotkeys hardly work (most of the time not at all); removed iPaste-Icon from Dock. Changed Hotkeys to Recent-clippings. If it works, there is a _very_ long delay in pasting, although I set the delay to the minimum (0.1sec). I am on a G3 Powerbook running 10.3.5. Is there a performance-issue? hardly possible though ... iPaste looks and feels extremely nice, otherwise. Would love to give it another try ... Suggestions: the clip-palette-bezel should disappear faster (at least on a G3, 8mb VRAM, no Quartz Extreme), or, even better, you should be able to adjust the display-time. I prefer everything uncluttered (so no dock-icon is good!): I would even like to have no icon in the menu bar and to call iPaste only by short-cuts.
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4.75
Anonymous
13 October 2004
Version: 1.1
iPaste is well worth the money. It literally saves me 30 minutes worth of repetitive typing a day! Great product.
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Anonymous
13 May 2004
Version: 1.0.2
I am so happy to find ipaste. It has already made my life easier. I was able to get my 200 report cards done in half the time because I could easily see my many repeated comments and paste them right in with a few keystrokes. I'm not the most experienced computer person, but all other methods I have tried in the past were not nearly as easy. This app was perfect for my needs. Thanks! I'm buying it for home and work! Best $20.00 I've spent in awhile.
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Anonymous
11 May 2004
Version: 1.0.2
Wow..... you know what's amazing? There's a secret program BUILT IN to OS X that does this. I'm going to tell you how to access it - you ready? Command+C. WOW! And guess what - it doesn't clutter up the Dock either! How AWESOME is that! A note to developers: when posting a program that does something the OS already does, please be sure to mention what makes yours better. Thanks.
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4.75
Anonymous
06 May 2004
Version: 1.0.1
WOOOO! Screw CopyPaste X, man. This thing can HIDE FROM THE DOCK. NO DOCK CLUTTER. HEAR THAT, COPYPASTE MAN?! NO DAMN DOCK CLUTTER LIKE WE'VE BEEN YEARNING FOR! I know where my 10 bucks went...to a damn good App.
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