A fast tool for copy­ing in­for­ma­tion be­tween Macs and iOS de­vices

Mac Format - - RATED | MAC APPS - Free (Mac); £2.99 (iOS) De­vel­oper Danilo Tor­risi, Re­quires OS X 10.8 or later , iOS 7 or later, Wi-Fi con­nec­tion Im­age for­mats sup­ported JPEG, PNG, TIFF Copy text and pho­tos His­tory op­tion on iOS app

We’re all familiar with us­ing ç+C and ç+V to copy and paste in­for­ma­tion be­tween Mac apps. But this handy app extends that idea to work be­tween mul­ti­ple Ap­ple de­vices.

The Mac ver­sion of the app adds an icon to the menu bar at the top of your screen, while the iOS ver­sion ap­pears like any other app on the Home screen of your iPhone or iPad.

When you run Com­mand-C it au­to­mat­i­cally de­tects all the Macs and iOS de­vices on your Wi-Fi net­work, and you can then link de­vices to­gether sim­ply by tap­ping their name in the list. Any text that you copy on one de­vice can then be trans­ferred to any other de­vice and then pasted into any app you want.

Be­sides be­ing use­ful for quickly copy­ing in­for­ma­tion such as web links or peo­ple’s ad­dresses be­tween de­vices, Com­mand-C al­lows you to trans­fer pho­tos be­tween de­vices as well. There are other nice touches too, such as the His­tory op­tion on the iOS app that stores all the in­for­ma­tion trans­ferred be­tween

Com­mand-C's abil­ity to copy text and pho­tos be­tween de­vices will be a time-saver for many peo­ple.

de­vices, so you can go back and re­trieve items from a few days ago.

Ad­mit­tedly, Com­mand-C is some­thing of a one-trick pony, but it’s a handy time-sav­ing trick that many peo­ple will find very use­ful. It’s just a shame that it doesn’t work with Win­dows too. Cliff Joseph

Com­mand-C’s menu bar icon re­veals a list of Mac and iOS de­vices to which you can copy in­for­ma­tion across your net­work.

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