MacZOT and Inventive offer iClip 3.7 for free

MacZOT and Inventive are offering iClip 3.7 for free (June 30-July 2, 2006 only):

I’m sure most of you are familiar with iClip, the popular, award-winning multiple clipboard & scrapbook. Well, today, we’ve got a real treat for you on the ZOT!

Inventive has been working hard on putting the finishing touches on the highly anticipated, uber-stylin’ iClip 4.

And guess what we’ve done for you. Today, we did something HUGE we managed to talk them into giving ZOTters iClip 3 for free!

That’s $0…zilch…gratis…on the house.

Full article here.

Direct download link:

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Jim” for the heads up.]

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Related articles:
Inventive releases free iClip lite 2 multiple clipboard & scrapbook Dashboard widget – June 19, 2006
Beta testers wanted for iClip 4 for Mac OS X – May 18, 2006
Inventive releases of iClip 3.7 for Mac OS X, features new ‘Dock-like’ behavior – August 24, 2005
iClip 3 multiple clipboard application released for Mac OS X – May 17, 2004
iClip 2.5 productivity software for Mac OS X released – September 09, 2003
Get multiple Mac OS X Clipboards with iClip – May 06, 2003

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  1. Mac Realist–
    Like most graphics professionals I too am waiting for Universal Binary power apps. That said, Rosetta isn’t broken and performs quite well all things considered. I am working at this very moment on a 542 MB PhotoShop file using my MacBook Pro 15″, which is driving a 23″ Cinema Display. The fact that Rosetta allows me to use this PPC app at all on my new Mac is a testimate to efficiency of the Rosetta code. Apple and Rosetta have made this transition far less painful than the original transition to the PPC. I realize by the other points in your post that you are simply trolling, but Rosetta deserves better than you inane comments.

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