Clipboard Manager is a tool that stores anything that you select and copy. It is particularly helpful if you are completing research or making several notes at once. You make a selection, and it is pasted to your clipboard so you can move to the next item you want to copy without losing the previous text.
Search and categorize clips
With Clipboard Manager you won’t lose track of items you copied.
Once the text is on your clipboard, you can turn it into a note and store it in the app. These notes are categorized and searchable, which is rather handy if you have a lot of notes and need to look back through them.
The app interface is clean and simple, making performing tasks easy. The information in Clipboard Manager doesn’t stay within the app; you can share or print the data so that you can use it elsewhere.
Android phones come with a clipboard, but the data you copy won’t be found there. The functionality of the Android version doesn’t compare to this app. However, if you aren’t a heavy user, it might not make sense to duplicate a feature you already have.
When something is copied to the clipboard, a notification appears and is constant, or you can opt not to have notifications at all. However, a middle ground where you could dismiss notifications would be more useful.
Where can you run this program?
This app requires Android version 4.0.3 and above.
Is there a better alternative?
No. If you want to store as many clips as you want for free, Clipboard Manager is a good choice.
While apps like Native Clipboard Manager might be more customizable, Clipboard Manager is a great comprehensive choice for copying, storing, and organizing notes. As a utility app, it doesn’t overcomplicate the task of gathering notes, making it fast and straightforward upon use.
Should you download it?
Yes. If you are regularly copying and pasting links or sections of text, this app can make the process smoother.