Pastebot is described as 'versatile clipboard manager for your Mac that stores what you recently copied so you can quickly retrieve them later. Create custom pasteboards for frequently used clippings. Build powerful filters that you can apply as you paste' and is an app in the Office & Productivity category. There are more than 50 alternatives to Pastebot for a variety of platforms, including Mac, Windows, Linux, iPhone and Google Chrome. The best alternative is CopyQ, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like Pastebot are Ditto (Free, Open Source), Alfred (Freemium), ueli (Free, Open Source) and Evernote Web Clipper (Free).
CopyClip 2 is the slickest and most efficient premium clipboard manager for your Mac. Running discreetly from your menu bar, the app stores all that you have copied or cut in the past, allowing you to quickly find that snippet of text you've been looking for.
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CopyLess was designed not to replace the system clipboard, but to extend it in many ways. Everything you copy to the system clipboard is captured automatically, so you do not need to care how to get the data to CopyLess.
EverClip is the easiest way to collect websites, texts and images to Evernote. Start EverClip and switch to your favorite apps. Copy any texts and images, EverClip will save these clippings in background.
PastePal is a native macOS application that allows us to easily manage pasteboard history, notes and shortcut. The app displays nicely in light and dark mode, and visually accessible via side bar. You can toggle side bar via shortcut Cmd Option Alt P.
Salmon is a powerful search tool specifically for files and folders in macOS. Think of it like the Spotlight tool but only for files and folders. When you type anything in the search bar, which can be access anywhere by using a global shortcut).