macOS clipboard manager that provides Mac users with quick, intuitive access to their clipboard history, with an interface that stays out of their way.
- Free • Open Source
- Clipboard Manager
What is Jumpcut?
Jumpcut is an application that provides "clipboard buffering" — that is, access to text that youve cut or copied, even if youve subsequently cut or copied something else. The goal of Jumpcuts interface is to provide quick, natural, intuitive access to your clipboards history.
Jumpcut is a macOS clipboard manager that provides Mac users with quick, intuitive access to their clipboard history, with an interface that stays out of their way. It’s been around for over fifteen years, saving users time and preventing frustration whenever they need to use a phone number, URL, or code snippet that they had just a minute ago. It’s absolutely free and open source under the MIT License.
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- Clipboard History
- Clipboard Extender
- Clipboard Manager
CategoryOffice & Productivity
Recent user activities on Jumpcut
- Maoholguin added Jumpcut as alternative(s) to Quick Copy
- POX added Jumpcut as alternative(s) to CopyX
- NosaLee added Jumpcut as alternative(s) to Advanced Recent Access
Still using this app to this day - ive got the most up to date OSX and it still works flawlessly, despite not having been updated since 2009. That is quality software. Ive not found, nor needed to find anything better. All keyboard shortcuts, text only. Now I have to find an equivalent for Linux!
I've been using JumpCut for over five years. To me, it's close to perfection. Simple, stable, does what it's supposed to do, free, no feature creep, no ads, not a resource hog and compatible with all MacOS version for as long as I can remember.
Totally, totally agree. Its there, I use it daily, but I forget about it. For like the last 8 years. Seriously. I cant fathom why OS's don't include a minimal and simple copy buffer solution like this.
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I love ditto for windows. Jumpcut is definitely a alternative for ditto on mac, but not as good... Hope I'll find a better alternative.
Over past few months, I use this day in, day out. In fact, I think that I use it at least once every hour of the day. If I could pay for it, I would. I seriously do not understand how something this simple is not in modern operating systems.
All keyboard, all the way. Super simple, less keystrokes. Why do all the other ones want you to navigate menus or seperately paste with Ctrl+V?? Jumpcut doesnt.
Its very intuitive if you are used to macs existing keyboard shortcut schemes, such as the one for Alt+Tab to switch between progrms.