Paste is the world's favorite clipboard manager for Mac, iPhone, and iPad. It stores everything you copy and keeps your clipboard organized across all your devices.
Paste is an invaluable productivity tool for writers, developers, designers and everyone else.
THE SMART WAY TO COPY AND PASTE
With Paste you can keep everything you copied regardless of its format so that you can quickly access things that you’ve copied in the past in an instant or less.
– Extend your system clipboard capacity and never worry about losing your important copied content ever again.
– Search for a "recipe link from Safari" that you copied a long time ago as well as for any other text, link, file, image, and more.
– Browse through a visual clipboard history timeline and preview any type of content whenever you want.
SPEED UP YOUR WORKFLOW
Organize, preview and access frequently used items instantly. Paste works in the background and tightly integrates into your system and your workflow to let you focus on your core tasks.
– Create Pinboards and organize your clipboard history the way you need it.
– Pin items you use regularly and keep them just a tap away.
– Use system-wide extensions to access Paste in other apps.
SYNC ACROSS DEVICES
Instant sync allows you to use your clipboard history and pinboards across devices whether you're on your Mac, iPhone, or iPad.
– All data securely syncs across all your devices running Paste. It plays well with Universal Clipboard too.
– Your data is stored in your personal iCloud Drive using industry-standard security technologies.
We offer monthly ($1.99/month) and annual ($9.99/year) subscription plans with a fully functional trial, so you can try Paste for free.
All plans allow you to collect, re-use and sync clipboard history and pinboards on all your devices (including Mac, iPhone, and iPad) as well as receive consistent, substantive updates and bug fixes.
Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You will not be able to cancel the subscription once activated. After purchase, manage your subscriptions in App Store Account Settings. Any unused portion of a free trial period will be forfeited when the user purchases a subscription.
Please visit pasteapp.me for more information. You can also reach us via email@example.com or on Twitter @paste_app – we’re always happy to help!
Download Paste and supercharge your productivity!
*** Starting version 2.2 on iOS2 and 2.6 on Mac we introduce a single subscription plan to use Paste on iPhone, iPad and Mac ***
Drop us a message to firstname.lastname@example.org if you need any help with the transition!
This update fixes an issue that some of the users faced with recovering previous purchases.
Previously in 2.2:
Together with the tons of under the hood improvements, faster and more reliable sync engine, we redesigned Paste from scratch to support the dark mode, context menus, full compatibility with the iPadOS and other amazing features.
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How is this legal
I don’t understand how this is legal. I paid money for the iOS, iPadOS, & OSX versions of this app. Now, out of no ware, the app updates and I need to pay for a subscription to access the app I paid for THREE times. Don’t get me wrong, I love the app. If they would have released a new PastePro with a subscription and some cool new feature I would have been in. But randomly adding a subscription without even an email is unethical and I don’t understand how OR if this is legal.... you want to add a subscription, fine, tell me first and don’t back me into a corner. These comments from the developer saying you can “download the version you paid for from this link” is also misleading. My phone auto updates apps. What am I supposed to turn that off just to accommodate your misleading business practices?
Apple: please investigate this. It’s certainly a misleading business practice and potentially illegal. Thank you
Is it something I’m doing?
This used to work — now it just doesn’t. iCloud Sync is always “Syncing...” but never syncs. When I copy something with background activity enabled, that copy never shows up in paste even though I have every setting activated. (It used to work fine in this respect, so I can’t imagine this is intentional. Lately, and I’m not sure if this is Paste or the increasingly broken-in-surprising-ways iOS 11’s fault, but when I copy or cut text with the intention of pasting elsewhere in the same app without ever leaving that app, I get no option to paste at all. That copied text is just gone. I have to just delete this app and see if that particular problem continues, but even if that one isn’t Paste’s fault, I’m not sure what the point of bringing it back is if the whole point — to sync — isn’t working or continually needs babysitting.
iOS shortcuts Please???!
I am just beginning to integrate Paste into my regular workflow and it seems super powerful. Obviously on the Mac there are lots of ways to quickly and easily access it, and iOS is going to be more limited. But the answer to that is iOS shortcuts. If we can get a Shortcuts actions for Paste or even a basic URL callback scheme, we can do anything.￼ iOS automation is hot right now. Paste is ideally suited for productivity and for advanced users. I would call iOS shortcuts integration or deep URL scheme integration non-negotiable if Paste is going to stay competitive.￼￼
- Dmitry Obukhov
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Requires iOS 13.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- © 2020 Paste Team
- In-App Purchases
- Paste Pro for iPad $4.99
- Monthly Subscription $0.99
- Annual Subscription $9.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.