Clipboard manager app goes free
Something is killing our short-term memory, because we just can't hold a phone number in our heads while we're copying an address. We're okay with this, though, because we now have clipboard managers that mean we can copy the number, then the address, then a recipe off a website, then a Wikipedia entry and later paste any, some, or all of them anywhere we like. One way of doing it is to use Clipcast 1.2.0 which, at time of writing, is free on OS X and iOS.
Updated clipboard manager is nearly a must
It's only a small point update from version 1.1.3 which we reviewed back in March, but the new Clips 1.2 adds a redesign and enough improvements that we reckon it moves from "very good" to "a must have." Well, nearly. There are still things we wish it could do, but every one of them is a specific limitation imposed by Apple's iOS.
PTHPasteboard Pro 4.4
PTH Consulting today announced PTHPasteboard Pro 4.4, a new version to its copy/paste management program, introducing a new filter and several other improvements. The new Match Lines filter brigs grep functionality to the app, allowing users to filter lines by plain or regular expression strings. PTH also improved the Line Unwrap filter, making it smarter and providing expected behavior. Existing users can upgrade for free, while new users can pay $25 for the full version.