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Old 01-18-2013, 02:00 PM   #1
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Join Date: Jul 2010
Location: NC, USA
Device: iMac,iPad3,iPhone5-Kindle Fire,Touch,PaperWhite
App Syncs "copied" text (including eBook clips) between iOS and OSX

Ever want to copy text from your iPad eBook to your Mac. Now you can!

"Cloudclip Manager" (free) syncs the clipboard of your iOS device and your Mac. You install the OSX version and the iOS version, make sure you are using iCloud, and viola... your clipboards are synced.

Getting text from Marvin or Bluefire is easy (and other apps). In the reader app "copy" your text. Now go to the Cloudclip Manager app and your copied text (the clipboard) will be synced to your other devices. Go to your Mac, click the CloudClip icon on the menubar and click on your clip (this puts it in the mac clipboard). Now paste into what ever app you desire.

Another app that advertises doing the same thing is "Cloud Clip". It is $4.99

Note: Cloudclip Manager was released today so watch for bugs.....

I am not affiliated with the app or the company in any way. Found it searching new apps.
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