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.

Sketch 49 Adds Prototyping, Libraries on Sketch Cloud and an Official iOS UI Kit

Sketch is one of the most popular design apps out there today. Over the years, Bohemian Coding — the company behind the app, has been evolving the app into an essential part of every designer’s toolkit. There’s no denying that Sketch has made a name for itself in the industry. Three years ago, the company decided to exit the [...]

Twitterrific for Mac Gains Support for Multi-Account Actions, Profile Badges & More

Twitterrific for Mac — the adorable Twitter app by The Iconfactory has today gained some much-needed features such as support for multi-account actions, allowing you to post tweets, reply, retweet and like tweets using any account that you’re signed into. The Iconfactory has today released a major update to Twitterrific for Mac — [...]

The Iconfactory’s Twitterrific for Mac Goes on Sale After Twitter for Mac is Discontinued

Earlier today, Twitter announced that it will be ending support for Twitter for Mac, the company’s long-neglected official app for Mac. Instead, the company is asking its users to use Twitter’s website in a browser — which is a ridiculously bad alternative.

In response to this move, the folks at The Iconfactory have lowered the price of Twitterrific for Mac – the fantastic app that was reborn as a Kickstarter project titled Project Phoenix. Usually priced at $19.99, Twitterrific for Mac will now be available for just $7.99.


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