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Introducing Paste Keyboard

Ever since we first launched Paste, we’ve been continually experimenting with new ways to make it even easier to use on iOS devices. Today, we’re excited to introduce a feature that will take your Paste experience to a whole new level: Paste Keyboard. There’s simply never been a more convenient way to copy and paste on iPhone and iPad.

Paste Keyboard

Paste Keyboard supercharges the default iOS keyboard to give you instant access to everything you’ve copied on any of your devices. With seamless integration into the iOS environment, it brings the smooth, effortless flow of Paste’s desktop experience to your mobile devices.

You can easily browse through the clipboard history, collect and organize important data with pinboards, and paste it to any app when you type — exactly how you do it on your Mac. Your newfound ability to transfer data between apps with one simple tap will take your productivity to glorious new heights.

Paste Keyboard is designed to work beautifully on iPad in both landscape and portrait modes. And with built-in drag-n-drop support, it makes pasting any content to any app a breeze.

Paste Keyboard on iPad

To activate Paste Keyboard, just go to System Settings → General → Keyboards. Tap “Add New Keyboard…” and find Paste in the Third-party Keyboards list. Paste will also guide you through the easy, step-by-step setup process. (Of course, you’re always welcome to contact us if you need any help.)

To enable all of the keyboard features, you’ll need to allow Full Access in System Settings. This lets Paste communicate with other apps and sync your data across your devices. And remember, Paste practices privacy by design. Your data never leaves your device or your private iCloud.

Paste Keyboard is included in Paste 3.1 for iOS devices and is already available on the AppStore. We hope you enjoy using it as much as we enjoyed designing it.

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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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