Command-C
Command-C
2.0.2

2.5

Command-C free download for Mac

Command-C

2.0.2
08 November 2015

Clipboard sharing tool for iOS and OS X.

Overview

Command-C lets you easily share clipboards between your personal devices. Have you ever wanted to simply "move" some text from your Mac to your iPhone? Simply copy something from one device, share with Command-C, and paste on the other device. It even works in the background, with no need to switch between apps!

The new version comes with tons of new features:

  • A new shiny UI designed for iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 El Capitan
  • Bluetooth sharing -- a faster and more reliable way to share your clipboards

You don't have to worry about pairing your devices anymore: if you use iCloud your devices will automatically pair one another and you can instantly start sharing your clipboards.

Thanks to Bluetooth sharing, Command-C now can automatically choose between all the available nearby technologies (Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and peer-to-peer Wi-Fi) to always find the best way to share your clipboards, even if you're not connected to the same Wi-Fi network.

What's new in Command-C

Version 2.0.2:

Note: Now requires OS X 10.10 or later.

  • Fixed a bug on the preferences windows

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4 Command-C Reviews

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Lvalue
31 July 2014

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Just FYI, the app itself is free but it seems to require its counterpart app, priced $3.99, to be installed on iOS.
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Version 1.1.1
Brighton-Pete
08 June 2016
Meh - I bought into this, but really, what is the point. There is texting, emailing, photo's etc etc which can do the job just as well. I used it at first, but it had languished in the unused software pile ever since.
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Version 2.0.2
Tachy0n
01 October 2014
Kosovar1 and Lvalue: I suggested here on macupdate many years ago that they should call this type of arrangement a "suite" and list the total price needed for it to work on the front page. This detail page would then explain which one of the apps is free, as sometimes it's the mac app and other times it's the iOS app.
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Version 1.1.4
1 answer(s)
Prince-Isaac
Prince-Isaac
08 November 2015
@ TachyOn: That sounds like such a no-brainer in these days of paired OSX/iOS apps. i'd like to know why MU hasn't implemented this, or even taken the time to respond.

At the very least developers of paired apps ought to be forthright in their descriptions that one or the other will cost you money. This is a thing that needs to catch on soon.
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kosovarnye@yahoo-com
01 October 2014
Makes me angry to be repeatedly duped and my time wasted. Sure, the OSX app is free, but you can't use it until you download the IOS app, which is $3.99. The developer/shyster should disclose that you have to pay money in order to actually use Commnd-C!
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Version 1.1.4
1 answer(s)
RavenNevermore
RavenNevermore
20 October 2014
Try DeskConnect. It's free, and you can send the clipboard and images, etc., to and from iOS and OS X.
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Lvalue
31 July 2014
Just FYI, the app itself is free but it seems to require its counterpart app, priced $3.99, to be installed on iOS.
Like (7)
Version 1.1.1