Nice Clip­board 1.0.1

Man­age and sync your clip­pings

Mac Format - - RATED - Devel­oper Nice Apps, get­niceapps.com OS X 10.10 or higher

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.

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