Chronos today announced the release of iClipboard, the clipboard manager for Mac OS X. According to Robert McCullough, Vice President of Development at Chronos, “iClipboard records everything copied to the system-wide clipboard so you can go back and paste more than just the last thing you copied. Its unobtrusive interface is a ‘must-see.'” iClipboard uses proven clipboard technology that Chronos developed eight years ago for its note manager product.
iClipboard requires Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard and 20MB of available disk space.
iClipboard is designed to be elegant, efficient, and easy-to-use. Its class-leading interface makes it easy for users to see exactly what’s in their clipboard history. iClipboard includes a comprehensive set of features to manage the clipboard including:
• Unlimited clipboard history
• Paste clippings with a single click
• Unobtrusive Shelf slides out from the side of the screen
• Clipboard history can be limited by quantity or time period
• Full previews for rich text, image, web, movie, audio, and file clippings
• Quick Look previews for file clippings
• Unlimited projects for managing related clippings
• Delete individual clippings (like a password) with a single click
• Clear the entire clipboard history with a single click
• Ignore clippings larger than a user-specified size
• Edit text clippings directly from the Shelf
• User-defined sounds for grabbing and pasting clippings
• Captures the document, application, and url of a clipping along with the content
Chronos believes users should have the opportunity to try the software for free before they purchase. A fully functional 30 day trial version can be downloaded from Chronos’ web site.
iClipboard is immediately available for an introductory price of US$19.99 (regularly $29.99) through December 31, 2007.
More information, screen shots and order information is available here.