Repeat cutting and pasting can be a tedious and frustrating task. Paste Master for Mac allows for the creation of multiple clipboards to be created and used in different manners. Unfortunately, design issues overshadow how good this program could be.
Paste Master for Mac is able to generate an unlimited number of clipboards to allow for repetitive pasting. The clipboards can accommodate text, image, and HTML formats. Clipboards can be linked together to allow for pasting into multiple fields at the same time. The program is located in the System Preferences panel, making it somewhat unintuitive to access. You can easily create shortcuts and modifications by assigning hot keys. However, the excess of options can make the program confusing and unnecessarily complex. The interface that houses the multiple clipboards is very basic in design and disappears after every paste, which is frustrating if you plan to use a number of the clipboards in a row. The trial version lasts for 30 days and then you can consider paying $8 for a license.
Paste Master for Mac is able to house multiple clipboards for repetitive pasting tasks. The overt complexity of the features would probably dissuade personal use of the program. Unfortunately, professionals may also be frustrated by the inconsistency of the interface.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of Paste Master for Mac 8.0