CloudClip is a clipboard management tool and it caters to very specific needs. It is available to a limited number of platforms only. However, it scores higher than its competitors on the ground that it synchronizes with the cloud. Apart from that, it allows you to share the clipboard between various computers (Something you will find extremely useful if you switch between your laptop and desktop pretty often, just like me). The application is completely portable as well and that means that CloudClip can itself be synchronized within a Dropbox folder.
To use CloudClip, you should create an account on the official website first. This is only for associating the CloudClip with your cloud account data. You don’t need to confirm your email address after registration, so, you can easily use a fake one. Even if you use an original email id, there are slim chances of you being bombarded with spam emails. To keep the speed fast, CloudClip doesn’t support images and other files. I don’t mind that though. Clipboards are meant for plain text only.
Once you have registered, you will be able to download the MAC or Windows version of the application. CloudClip does not support mobile devices as of yet, but, according to reports, they are pushing towards it in the future. Once you have finished downloading, go to the Account tab, enter your details and log in.
Now, go to the Clips tab and for testing purpose, copy a block of text. Within a couple of seconds at maximum, the same will appear in the top row of the application. You will see all the clips being numbered and with time stamps, sorted from newest to oldest. A former entry can be copied just by making a double click. Similar entries are not re-added and hence, you won’t find duplicate entries. Any entry can be deleted by right clicking on the same and thereby choosing Delete option.