Once upon a time, you were forced to awkwardly mark and copy text from one location and paste the text to the (hopefully correct) other location. Pictures to be uploaded...
- Paid • Proprietary
What is Click.to?
Once upon a time, you were forced to awkwardly mark and copy text from one location and paste the text to the (hopefully correct) other location. Pictures to be uploaded had to be located and selected with the internet-browser’s file-dialog. An unwieldy, time-consuming and frequently irritating waste of time. And if the text was in another language, it had to be marked up, copied, and passed through translation-software, before being inserted in its final destination. Now, this can all happen much faster and easier. The advantages of click.to are obvious. Text, images, videos, and other documents which are selected can be sent to other applications with a single click. And the programs can even handle the selection automatically. You might say, click.to transforms everything in your computer into a hyperlink.
Comments and Reviews
Recent user activities on Click.to
- MahmudulHasanShourab liked Click.toMa
- bitelse thinks Quicker is an alternative to Click.to
- POX added Click.to as alternative(s) to Universal Tip
Forum is dead for the last 3 years. Blog likewise. Software hasn't changed since either. You can't find the price tag anywhere on their website. The app might still be good but it doesn't "smell" too good.
But... if you install the app for the 14 day trial period and click to register/buy it, it's a lifetime license for $9.80
Reply written ago
It was free in the past. Now it costs 30$. Not sure it's worth the price unless you really copy paste a lot (like it's your job to post things on different medias). It's a really great app.
The more I use click.to, the more I get addicted to it, its really conveient and fast
I know normally you say that kind of things in a cheap commercial but I can't resist ^^ Clickto could revolutionize the way we work with copy&paste, the principle is very, very simple but who knows how the first humans reacted to the invention of the wheel ;)
I like clickto a lot, but as it was released recently the number of programs and sites which work with clickto is restricted, dear developpers I like more and more and even more :), great job.