Paste — the Snippets & Clipboard History Manager for iOS Adds iPad Support

Paste is an awesometastic snippet & clipboard history manager for Mac and iOS that we recently featured here as a must-have visual clipboard manager for your Mac and iOS device. After three years of being available exclusively for the Mac, Paste 2 made its debut for iPhone earlier this month and with a small update released today, is also available for iPad.

Version 2.1, which is now available for download from the App Store, introduces full support for the iPad. It’s still a blown-up UI from the iPhone, but you do get support for the SlideOver and SplitView modes. More importantly, you can now drag & drop your snippets and clipboard history from the app onto any app you’re working with. This makes the app infinitely more powerful and a massive productivity booster.

This is a Free Update to existing users and Paste 2 is available for Free on the App Store →, with a $4.99 IAP to enable iCloud Sync.

Google Assistant for iPhone and iPad Now Supports Hindi and Indonesian Languages

The Google Assistant app for iOS has just been updated with support for Hindi and Indonesian languages. Version 1.2.5806, which is now rolling out on the App Store, comes hot on the heels of version 1.2.4507 released last week that introduced iPad support in the app.

To make Google Assistant speak these new languages, you have to change your iOS Device language by going to Settings → General → Language & Region → [Device] Language

Refined Twitter — A Browser Extension for a Better Twitter Web Experience

I just learned about this great new browser extension by Sindre Sorhus called Refined Twitter that makes modifications to the Twitter Website in order to offer a much better user experience and features. At the same time, it also fixes many “dumb annoyances” with the website. You can read more about it here and check out the open-source code on GitHub.

It’s available as a Chrome Extension, but you can also install it for Firefox and Opera. If you use Safari or Edge, well, oops!


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