For those looking for a solution to their copy and paste problems, Irradiated Software has
brought the popular iClip app back to life
(PRWEB) December 02, 2011
Irradiated Software is pleased to announce the re-launch of iClip for Mac OS X. Apps, or applications, are easy-to-use software programs that can help simplify every day activities.
Irradiated Software makes software to help their customers do just that. They offer many different apps for organizing and simplifying certain processes on Mac, iPad, and iPhone.
For those looking for a solution to their copy and paste problems, Irradiated Software has brought the popular iClip app back to life. While Mac only allows users to copy and paste one item at a time, the iClip app will allow users to copy up to 99 items before pasting them, creating a giant clipboard for Mac. With this app, many different tasks are instantly simplified, from blogging to designing to e-mailing.
The iClip app is designed for ease of use and works like the Mac’s Dock, sitting on the top, bottom, or side of the screen. The app is fully customizable to the user’s preferences and easy to set up. Users can copy text, pictures, and more to the iClip app quickly and easily.
Due to extremely high demand, iClip was brought back to life on October 31st and is available through Apple’s Mac App Store and now also available on irradiatedsoftware.com. Existing iClip users can also upgrade their iClip app for only $9.00. New customers can take advantage of the new price of $19, a $10 decrease from the previous version of iClip. Visit http://irradiatedsoftware.com to learn more about the iClip app.
About Irradiated Software:
Irradiated Software strives to make quality, innovative software to improve the user experience. Founded in 2008 by Steve Audette, Irradiated Software has developed multiple apps for Apple users: iClip, Cinch, SizeUp, DropVox and Smarty, all of which were developed to provide Apple users with a simplified way to manage their workflow and increase productivity.
Steve had been an avid user of iClip and specifically brought it back to life because he loved the app. He acquired the application in order to update it to work on Snow Leopard and Lion.
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