Nice Clipboard 1.0.1
Manage and sync your clippings
Clipboard managers are almost ten a penny, so Nice Clipboard needs something special to stand out. Sadly, it fails to deliver anything truly innovative. Its main selling point is syncing clips via iCloud between Mac and iOS (another £2.29 purchase), but you can get similar functionality for free with CloudClip.
Nice Clipboard also stacks up poorly to rival apps like Copy ‘em Paste, with just one tweakable setting available which limits the number of clippings. At least it sports a neat design that complements Yosemite perfectly and allows you to view your clippings in a resizable and movable floating window. There are also some useful buttons when doing so: View to preview media, and Show for revealing a copied file’s location in Finder.
If you’re looking for a basic, no-frills tool, it may appeal, but if you want a wider range of management tools then look elsewhere. Nick Peers
Nice Clipboard is sleek and simple, but lacks the flexible options found in other Clipboard managers.