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[Giveaway] Free Clipboard Manager For Mac

Posted In Utilities, OS X - By Techtiplib on Thursday, October 25th, 2012 With No Comments »

ClipBuddy does more than just copy and paste text, it automatically organizes all of your copied text from any program in easy-to-navigate categories.

Copy as many images and as much text as you desire without losing it! Everything you copy will be saved for future pasting making this an extremely handy little tool for all Mac users.


Pictures or Text: It doesn’t matter; Onde ClipBuddy for Mac does it all.

Multiple Clips: Keep track of all your clippings from any program with the easy to navigate Text Trees.

Text Trees: Organize your clippings in to simple stacks so all your clippings are just a few clicks away.

Personalize your Clips: Use Onde ClipBuddy for Mac to change text case, remove unwanted punctuation, or even find and replace specific words.

Super Paste: Allows you to paste multiple clippings in a loop, without any pesky punctuation.

Search Feature: Allows you to search for clippings by name or by content, ensuring you never lose a clipping again.

Customizable Views: mean you can choose exactly how ClipBuddy looks, including adjusting the opacity of the program window or setting it to hide entirely.

Recorded Metadata:  allows the user to see what application the clipping came from, when it was made, and even the URL of the website it was taken from.

Clip History: ClipBuddy automatically saves any clipping you make, ensuring that nothing gets lost in the shuffle of digital work.

System requirements: Mac OS X 10.6 to 10.8.2

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Get free Clipboard Manager For Macs

Note: This giveaway MUST be redeemed by October 31st. After that date, no more free licenses can be produced. Please install immediately after redemption to avoid any issues.

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