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iClip 4.0

Scott McNulty

iClip 4.0 has been a long time coming, but the wait is over. That's right, boys and girls, your favorite clipboard on steroids has just debuted in a new version. What is new in this version you ask? Here is a list, just for you:

  • New interface
  • Generally faster
  • Universal Binary
  • Many bugs killed
In case you aren't aware of what iClip does, it allows you to have multiple clip boards, a cut and paste history, and lets you store things indefinitely on a clip board (think canned responses for email).

iClip 4.0 costs $29 for the first license, $19 each for 2 to 4 copies, and $14.50 each for 5 to 99 copies. There is a free demo that you can use 30 times.

Thanks to everyone who sent this in.

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