“Finally, someone has conceived a way to copy and paste text from Safari to Mail, and between web pages. And this time, it doesn’t require any software installation and it’s legal,” Jesus Diaz reports for Gizmodo.

MacDailyNews Note: Pastebud’s Web site hasn’t launched yet, but its developers have a demo of the Web-based service on YouTube:

Direct link to video via YouTube here.

“In fact, it doesn’t require anything to be installed, so it avoids the App Store altogether. As you can see in the video, Pastebud works using two bookmarks in Safari. One prepares and loads the page you are viewing, ready to select text at the touch of a finger. From there, you can copy any text you want and create a new mail message with that text in it. In addition to that, you will be able to copy and paste in the text field of a different web page,” Diaz reports.

Full article here.

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