CutBox is described as 'A nice little pasteboard time-machine. Save your pasteboard activity on macOS and paste using fuzzy search' and is an app in the Office & Productivity category. There are more than 50 alternatives to CutBox for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iPhone. The best alternative is CopyQ, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like CutBox are Ditto (Free, Open Source), ClipboardFusion (Freemium), RecentX (Paid) and 1clipboard (Free).
Advanced Recent Access is designed to see more properties of your recent used resources (files and directories). Key features: can see more properties of the recent resources, such as path, size, type, date modified and date created. And more.
SmartReact is an awesome little utility combining functionality in one tool, you usually need multiple utilities for! For a start: It's a simple but extremely helpful clipboard manager for your Mac. Running in the status bar, your clipboard history is only a click away.
clipLogger logs text copied to the clipboard, putting everything in one textbox for easy access. Clipboard captures can be separated & labeled with a timestamp, or just appended by themselves. It can also log the paths of copied or dragged&dropped files.
CLIPBOARD HISTORY for your macOS. Record clipboard history from images, links, files and text, and copy or paste it when you needed them. Create labels for organize items. Use Swift Shortcuts for quick pasting clipboard items in apps.
Copy-paste nicely styled text to apps like GMail and Google Docs without learning new shortcuts. Every time you copy styled text, say from the web, SmartPaste automatically cleans out all unwanted styles, while keeping the useful ones.
Copy Log is a powerful app that makes your every day copy/paste operations much easier. It keeps every text you`ve copied and let`s you access and use your saved text anywhere. More than this, Copy Log records date and hour of your copies and enumerates them.
Too many commands to memorize? Save Terminal commands in the Mac menu bar. Run and copy them with keyboard shortcuts. Save the most important commands in the menu bar With Bidbar, all your commands are at your finger tips, just a click of a button or a tap of a key away.