This app will automatically save to the camera roll the image you copied.
Do not matter the type of application for copy of image.
This app runs in the background.
Operation is as follows.
1 Start this app, to start the clipboard monitoring.
2 In other app, Copy the image.
3 Tap the notification.
4 This app save the copied images.
◆ Operations that can copy this app.
- If you copied the one image.
This app will save the image.
- On the Web-site, if you copy a wide range.
This app will save all of the images included in selected range.
◆ Feature of the My Folder.
- You can create folders in the folder.
- You can move images between folders.
- You can copy to pasteboard the saved file.
This means that it can paste to other apps. (e.g. email)
- You can save directly from the camera roll to a folder.
Can be used as a photo folder of secret.
◆ Feature of the Preview.
- The Amination Gif image is animation when you preview it.
- If the Image have the map information, then can move to the map app from the preview.
□ You can backup the saved images to the shared folder in iTunes.
This is a maintenance update for recent iOS.
There is no change in functionality.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Fun and Handy
It is useful and not many If any like it in the App Store
Almost never works for web images
This is a good idea but it is very limited in what images it can capture. Almost no web images can be captured, probably because of something about how the images are defined in the web page. For example I tried pressing on various web images to a point where it appeared that the image was selected and a Copy button was displayed. I then pressed Copy but ImageCopy did nothing. I went to a blank iPhone message window and pressed Paste in the message window. What was pasted was some text and not the image. So apparently the web page was structured to not present the image in a way that it could be copied. The ImageCopy instructions describe an alternate method for capturing an image where you cause a capture frame to be created outside the image you want to copy, and then you drag the handles around the image and then press Copy. This doesn't work either for web images that aren't set up to permit copying.
ImageCopy does work to capture a small subset of the images on the web that you might want to capture. (I don't know why a few work and most don't.) ImageCopy WILL capture an image in your Camera Roll and make a copy of it on the Camera Roll. That does have some utility. But don't expect ImageCopy to be reliably useful for copying images from web pages. Too bad.
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- tadashi atoji
- 24.4 MB
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
- Age Rating
- © Cocoamix
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.