updated 05:05 pm EST, Fri February 27, 2009
iClipboard 2.0 ships
Chronos has published a major update to its iClipboard utility, bringing it to v2.0. The app allows items copied to the normal Mac OS X clipboard to be remembered, instead of automatically swapped out. Users can thus copy several items at a time, and insert them into other documents at leisure. New to v2.0 is a Menu Bar object, which lets users more quickly reach clippings.
In amongst 14 new features in total are the ability to paste with a double-click, and the Rapid-Fire Clipboard, which allows a group of clippings to be pasted consecutively. Rich text can now be pasted in plain form, and clippings can now be named and/or locked for later retrieval. iClipboard runs on Mac OS X 10.5.5 or better, and typically costs $30. Version 1.x owners can upgrade for $15.