Save, Organize And Share Anything Online Directly From Your iPhone With Clipboard

Posted: September 17, 2012 in Gadgets, Geek Stuff

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If you find yourself regularly using an iOS powered device like the iPhone or iPod touch then the chances are that the official App Store is your best friend. One of the great benefits of mobile smartphones and tablets is the ability to carry around information with us at all times, but on occasion that information can become overwhelming and seem like there is just too much of it for us to manage. Being able to take snippets, screenshots or small parts of documents isn’t a new thing and bookmarking services have existed for as long as we can all remember, but Clipboard for Clipboard.com attempts a new way of handling this action.

The developers of the handy little iOS based tool are claiming that their Clipboard.com service is the best way to share, save and organize pretty much anything online with the step being taken to now allow the service through a handy little mobile app. The thing that actually makes the Clipboard offering a little different is that it goes the full hog and actually allows users to capture all the content rather than the included images, or the link to it online.

The beautiful thing about the Clipboard iPhone app is that it actually works from within any aspect of the system that allows the user to call up an action menu and copy a selection. Users can grab what they want from within the app using the copying features and then simply head on over to the Clipboard app and create a new clip using the stored information. Extremely simple and hassle free. When all of the information has been saved, organizing and sharing the content is extremely simple, with the developers also offering the ability for users to include hashtags to group the clips together into some kind of relevant format.

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Clips can also be made private, shared with the everyone by being made public or can be privately send to individual users by tagging their name in a similar fashion to Twitter and using the ‘@’ symbol. The user interface of the app is extremely agreeable and presents all information in an easy to find and attractive manner. The best part is that the app is entirely free of charge to download and use.

(Source: Clipboard for Clipboard.com for iPhone and iPod touch on the App Store).

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