ClipClip is a clipboard manager that can save multiple texts, images, or files to your hard drive or Dropbox.
Yes, another clipboard manager, but this one has some unique features. On the first run, you can choose what to save and where. The neat thing about ClipClip is that your clipboard items aren't saved into memory, like most, but instead are saved to your hard drive. Because of this, you spend a few minutes deciding what is saved and where will be worth your time. You can keep addresses, credit cards, bank accounts, FAQ responses, notes and snippets, passwords, phone numbers, screenshots, signatures, and web links. We like this ability to decide what you're going to save. Maybe all you want to do is keep phone numbers. Uncheck everything but, and that's what you get. Optionally, you can skip this step and add, edit, or remove them at any time.
Once you're up and running, ClipClip has a very intuitive interface. You can view by date, type, or category and even select clips as favorites. Right-click on any clip, and there are numerous options as well. We never saw ClipClip use more than three percent CPU and averaged 32MB of memory.
ClipClip stands out with the ability to save only what you need to your drive or Dropbox without saving and wasting valuable memory and resources. It's well thought out and better than the most competitive while remaining simple. You'll never know ClipClip is there - until you need it.