MemoClip
MemoClip
1.1

2.5

MemoClip free download for Mac

MemoClip

1.1
16 May 2011

Attach useful data permanently to clipboard slots.

Overview

MemoClip is a clipboard designed for your most useful data, the ones you spend your day copy/pasting : email address, login information, etc.

Copy them in one of the 20 slots available and give them a name : now you can access them directly from the Menu Bar, always.

MemoClip offers :

  • 20 slots for storing data
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Startup at login option

What's new in MemoClip

Version 1.1:
  • Global hotkey added: Ctrl + Option + Cmd + M, customizable in the Preferences settings

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2 MemoClip Reviews

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Knowhowe
19 April 2011

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This would appear to be just what I was looking for re a simple clipboard that stores a bunch of regularly used items. I've tried lots of others but have generally found them to be over-featured. Anyway, I've bought (for all of 59p) and installed it but can't get the keyboard shortcuts to work. If I go to the menubar icon and manually click on, say, number three in the list- which I've desigated as my home address- I can then command-v this into the document. But if, as I am instructed, I try command-3 to copy this item, nothing happens when attempting to then paste it into the doc. Could the dev please advise, is it me or is this thing faulty? If we can get it to work as advertised, I'll revise my rating! Thanks.
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Version 1.0
Oneblessedguy
28 June 2011
Your app store dmg for MemoClip Free is damaged and will not download. I would like to try this. Please fix. Thanks.
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Version 1.1
Knowhowe
19 April 2011
This would appear to be just what I was looking for re a simple clipboard that stores a bunch of regularly used items. I've tried lots of others but have generally found them to be over-featured. Anyway, I've bought (for all of 59p) and installed it but can't get the keyboard shortcuts to work. If I go to the menubar icon and manually click on, say, number three in the list- which I've desigated as my home address- I can then command-v this into the document. But if, as I am instructed, I try command-3 to copy this item, nothing happens when attempting to then paste it into the doc. Could the dev please advise, is it me or is this thing faulty? If we can get it to work as advertised, I'll revise my rating! Thanks.
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Version 1.0
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Knowhowe
Knowhowe
05 February 2012
A few months later and I'm still using MemoClip on a daily basis, having realised the foolishness of my former difficulties. You just need to click on a stored item to copy it and then command-v into the document. Works great and I love it. Never heard a dicky bird from the dev mind.
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