A fast tool for copying information between Macs and iOS devices
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.