CloudClip for Mac keeps clipboards in sync on a number of different computers, including on different platforms such as Mac OS X and Windows. This useful, little utility performs as intended and is easy to set up.
In order to properly test this application we downloaded it to both our Mac and Windows 7 machines. After a quick download on both, the program started instantly without installation. At first launch, the program's basic interface prompted us to log in. There were only two buttons -- Clips and Account. Clicking on the "Account" button prompted us to log in or create a new account. The registration process took only a few moments, but it does require an e-mail address and a password. Once logged in and after clicking on the "Clips" button, we were able to view clips with their exact date and time. CloudClip for Mac doesn't support images or any other file types, but all the text we placed in the clipboard on one test machine synced perfectly and within seconds to the CloudClip running on the other test machine. The text appeared in the interface with exact date and time taken. With just a double-click on the text we were able to copy it and paste it in any other application.
CloudClip for Mac's streamlined functionality and cross-platform support make it a download worth recommending. This rather small and light app could be of use to users who like keeping their clipboards in sync at all times and on multiple computers.