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.


Alfred 3.3 Adds Clipboard Access via Snippets and Workflows

Alfred App is one of the first apps I recommend to anyone either new to the Mac, or wants to get the most of our it. The app is a quintessential productivity app that gives you a powerful toolset for every need. Two of my favorite workflows in the app are to convert currency from USD to INR with a simple c 20 string or to lookup domain names and records with the dig example.com command.

Last week, Alfred 3.3 made its way to its users and brought along a fantastic new feature for workflow and snippets users. The app now allows you to access the n’th item from your clipboard history using the {clipboard:x} placeholder, where x starts from 0. We use a workflow to add the app’s website URL, App Store URL and price to a post here on Beautiful Pixels and this particular feature just made it super easy to enhance the existing workflow.


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