QuickHold
QuickHold
3.0.1

0.0

QuickHold

QuickHold

3.0.103 January 2015

A second clipboard in Notification Center.

QuickHold
Free
03 January 2015

0.0

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QuickHold

QuickHold

3.0.103 January 2015

A second clipboard in Notification Center.

Overview

Note: The developer has stopped supporting or developing this app. It is still available to download.

QuickHold is an easy way to hold onto text and media that you need to use multiple times, while letting you use copy and paste for other things. Just paste anything into the QuickHold widget, and then copy it out when you're ready to use it!

  • Maximum Convenience: Unlike previous versions, QuickHold 3 is now a Notification Center widget, making it quicker and easier than ever to access. Also, new services and share extensions (coming soon) will make it even easier to share directly to QuickHold without even opening the Notification Center.
  • Rich Text and Multimedia support: QuickHold includes support for Rich Text and Multimedia, so you can now paste in formatted text, images, videos, audio, and many other file formats.

What's new in QuickHold

Version 3.0.1:
  • Fixed a major issue with installation on systems with GateKeeper enabled.

Requirements for QuickHold

  • OS X 10.10.0 or later

2 Reviews

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25 February 2014

Most helpful

How is it any different than just using TextEdit?
Like (1)
Version 1.0
01 January 2015
Sorry for the inconvenience, but MacUpdate posted the wrong download link for version 3.0. The correct link is below: http://www.ccard3.com/quickhold.html#download
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Version 3.0
3 answer(s)
Bluebird
01 January 2015
I've downloaded v3 several times and get a file damaged notice.
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ccard3dev
01 January 2015
@Bluebird:
I have investigated the issue, and discovered that the "File Damaged" warning will only appear when GateKeeper is enabled. When GateKeeper (System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> General -> Allow apps downloaded from:) is set to "Anywhere", the app will install and run properly.

Sorry for the inconvenience!
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ccard3dev
01 January 2015
MacUpdate just fixed the link.

Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused!
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25 February 2014
How is it any different than just using TextEdit?
Like (1)
Version 1.0
3 answer(s)
Cullen-Card
25 February 2014
When you open TextEdit, it shows an iCloud document manager. You have to click to open the document window. QuickText opens quicker than TextEdit, and it opens straight to the document window. Besides, QuickText's sole purpose is to hold onto copied text that you want to save, but you want to use copy and paste for other things, such as moving files.
Like (2)
Prince-Isaac
02 March 2014
@ Cullen-Card: I had the same question as @Joel. Thanks for your helpful answer. It made up my mind to try this out.
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Cullen-Card
02 March 2014
@Prince_Isaac: Yes, it is even more useful now that it has a 'clear text' button and full screen mode.
Like (1)
Free

0.0

Category:

Productivity

Developer Website:
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 1,040 times

Free

0.0

Category:

Productivity

Developer Website:
DownloadMacUpdateInstall with MacUpdate

Downloaded & Installed 1,040 times

Don't like new MacUpdate? Back to old design.

2 Reviews

Rate this app:

25 February 2014

Most helpful

How is it any different than just using TextEdit?
Like (1)
Version 1.0
01 January 2015
Sorry for the inconvenience, but MacUpdate posted the wrong download link for version 3.0. The correct link is below: http://www.ccard3.com/quickhold.html#download
Like
Version 3.0
3 answer(s)
Bluebird
01 January 2015
I've downloaded v3 several times and get a file damaged notice.
Like
ccard3dev
01 January 2015
@Bluebird:
I have investigated the issue, and discovered that the "File Damaged" warning will only appear when GateKeeper is enabled. When GateKeeper (System Preferences -> Security & Privacy -> General -> Allow apps downloaded from:) is set to "Anywhere", the app will install and run properly.

Sorry for the inconvenience!
Like
ccard3dev
01 January 2015
MacUpdate just fixed the link.

Sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused!
Like
25 February 2014
How is it any different than just using TextEdit?
Like (1)
Version 1.0
3 answer(s)
Cullen-Card
25 February 2014
When you open TextEdit, it shows an iCloud document manager. You have to click to open the document window. QuickText opens quicker than TextEdit, and it opens straight to the document window. Besides, QuickText's sole purpose is to hold onto copied text that you want to save, but you want to use copy and paste for other things, such as moving files.
Like (2)
Prince-Isaac
02 March 2014
@ Cullen-Card: I had the same question as @Joel. Thanks for your helpful answer. It made up my mind to try this out.
Like
Cullen-Card
02 March 2014
@Prince_Isaac: Yes, it is even more useful now that it has a 'clear text' button and full screen mode.
Like (1)