Inventive releases of iClip 3.7 for Mac OS X, features new ‘Dock-like’ behavior

Inventive today announced the release of iClip 3.7, a major update of its award-winning multiple clipboard & scrapbook software.

Version 3.7 has been redesigned with a simpler, much more intuitive user interface and new “Dock-like” behavior. In addition, Apple’s new Mighty Mouse can now be used to control iClip. This upgrade, which is free to all registered users, also features several bug fixes and other improvements. iClip is priced at $19.95 US and requires Mac OS X 10.2 or later.

iClip enables users to quickly store, organize, and access snippets of information without having to save them as entire documents. Clippings stored in iClip can be arranged into groups, and there’s a special group that automatically records everything copied to the Clipboard. iClip helps eliminate redundant typing, especially when filling out online forms, and it’s useful for assisting with general tasks such as word processing, web browsing, and research. Webmasters, graphic designers, and programmers also find iClip to be useful for their more specialized needs.

A downloadable demo of iClip 3.7 is available now for Mac OS X 10.2 or later at and it can be purchased for US$19.95. A CD version is also available at select retailers and lists for $29.95 US. The version 3.7 upgrade is free to registered users of any previous version of iClip.


  1. yes, it does sound useful, but when it’s clearly an advertisement (MDN gets paid) it should not be marked as news. This is why the news busness is one of the most corrupt in the world.

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