In some cases, Paste crashed while being in the background and asked you to send us a crash report. We have fixed that. And thanks for reports btw ;)
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Ratings and Reviews
One of the Few Great Apps
A clipboard that holds only one item is not a helpful tool. Yet this is the default. And it’s particularly troublesome when using the more limited pocket computers that are our mobile devices.
Paste is the answer. And with its availability on — and synchronization between — iOS and macOS, it’s really a must-have.
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.
It doesn’t work when the app is not active or its daily widget is not active?
—There is slew of apps that are active right away, when the phone is restarted, and continue to be active even when the app card has been pulled up, theoretically killing the app.
Get more creative.
When something is “shared”, as if sent to another app, and the “copy” icon is pressed in the lower part of the helper, whatever is copied is not making it into this Paste app, while it is available for share via iCloud. So the iCloud integration claim is false, it’s just based on the assumption what whatever is copied via context menus becomes available via iCloud Share.
What about when something is copied on another device and is available in iCloud Share for passing on the device where Paste app is running? Of course this is not captured.
If I need to worry about this app be up and running to work, I just as well may send whatever is copied into any of the many notes apps, and be sure it’s captured for sure than HOPING and PRAYING that this app would capture it.
- Dmitry Obukhov
- 35.9 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Dutch, German, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2018 Paste Team
- In-App Purchases
- Paste Pro for iPad $4.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.