Tera Thomas O’Brien looks at a useful clipboard manager that syncs between Macs, iPhone, and iPad.
Everything you copy or cut gets stored into Paste’s extensive library; basically, a nearly unlimited history of items copied but all in one place, visually oriented so the pop up displays what’s there, and another click lets you paste any item into almost any document.
Favorite items can be stored in their own easily accessible location, and there’s an option to paste in multiple items from the library at the same time. How cool is that? Paste even comes with its own keyboard shortcuts so as you’re typing you can invoke the Paste pop up window, view the items you want from the library, and insert them without leaving the Mac’s keyboard.
Easier to use than my favorite, Copy’em Paste, but without the clutter of bells and whistles.