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Edit Clipboard History right in Paste

With the latest release Paste allows editing clipboard history and pinboard items on Mac, iPhone, and iPad.

No need to leave Paste if you need a small change in an email template or a code snippet that you copied previously — right-click on the item and select “Edit” to modify it in the built-in editor.

Editing works on iOS too — tap and hold an item and select “Edit” from the context menu.

Changes will immediately be synced across all your devices using Paste.

The latest update is already available on the Mac AppStore, AppStore and Setapp — go grab it now and stay tuned!




Paste is the world’s favorite clipboard manager for Mac, iPhone, and iPad. It stores everything you copy and keeps your clipboard organized across all your devices. Try Paste for free at

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