Quickly store, organize, and access bits of information that just aren't practical to save as entire documents.
It allows you to quickly copy & paste and drag & drop clippings to and from its multiple "clipping bins" so that you can easily access them in the applications you're using.
The clippings can be of various types such as text, pictures, Internet locations, sounds, and more.
Clippings can be organized into unlimited groups called "clipping sets" to help you keep all of your clippings neatly arranged.
Since the Scrapbook application that was in older Mac OS versions isn't a part of Mac OS X, iClip can conveniently serve as a replacement for it. You stay focused on the tasks you're accomplishing while saving time and streamlining your workflow.
Be more productive.
iClip helps you save time and be more efficient with most everything you do on your Mac. Store various types of clippings in iClip's bins and access them whenever you need them. You'll improve your workflow and stay focused on what you're accomplishing.
iClip stays out of your crowded Dock. You access it via a menu bar button that's available in every application. Get to your information the second you need it.
With iClip, you avoid redundant typing, such as when filling out web forms. If you regularly complete forms like search engine submissions, etc., then iClip is perfect for you. You'll eliminate repetitive typing and typos by storing your commonly accessed info in iClip. You'll be pleased with the time you save and the mistakes you prevent.
There's hardly a faster way to take a note than with iClip...just click and type.
Arrange your clippings into groups so you can quickly find what you're looking for. There's even a special group that automatically records everything you copy to the Clipboard, for even more efficiency.
- Improved: Full Retina graphics support!
- Improved: Rich Text (styled text) clippings can now be edited without losing formatting.
- Improved: Bins can now be inserted between two bins when dragging and dropping.
- Improved: Lower power consumption on recent MacBook models with dual graphics hardware.
- Improved: Compatibility with many apps, including Mail, FileMaker, Illustrator, ScreenSteps, PathFinder.
- Improved: Hotkey Paste operation keeps active application focused.
- Improved: Better support for right-to-left scripts (Hebrew, Arabic).
- Improved: File-based clips now offer "Open Original File With" in the gear menu, allowing you to choose an app to open with.
- Improved: "Manage Clip Sets…" now shows the number of used bins in a set. When reducing the number of bins, iClip removes empty bins to fill any gaps, avoiding loss of clips.
- Improved: Excluded Applications can now be edited under Miscellaneous Preferences > Excluded Applications…. This includes 1Password and Adobe Illustrator by default (see iClip Help's FAQ page for details).
- Improved: "Paste from next bin" hotkey automates pasting of several clips in succession. To use, first paste a clipping using the "Paste from bin…" Hotkey, then use the "Paste from next bin" hotkey to paste the next clipping, repeating as you like.
- Improved: More control over iClip window position: Right-Click (or Ctrl-Click) on the mini desktop in the Appearance Preferences to access the settings.
- Improved: More control over "Automatically show and hide": Right-Click (or Ctrl-Click) on the "Automatically show and hide" option in the Appearance Preferences to access the settings.
- Improved: In Miscellaneous Preferences you can now control whether to "Preserve clipboard contents when pasting to applications" and "Move pasted clippings back to front of Recorder".
- Improved: Appearance of Named clips updated.
- Improved: If iClip is hidden and a Hotkey is used to switch to another Set, the new set name will now be displayed briefly in the middle of the screen.
- Improved: Clearing all bins shows a confirmation dialog now.
- Changed: The Hotkey "Copy text from all bins" ignores non-textual bins and uses LF instead of CR as line separator.
- Changed: When adding files as Aliases they show the file name overlay by default now.