Expands your Mac’s clipboard with the history
of recently copied clips.
Unclutter Clipboard is like a Time Machine for "copy & paste".
It lets you track what you copy, browse the list of recent clips, and recall any of them.
Add to Favorites
Click the star to save an item in
Star clips that you
Download a free Unclutter Demo to give it a test-drive.
Requires macOS 10.13 or later.
Copy & Paste like a PRO
Unclutter Clipboard offers 3 modes for you to manage the copied data efficiently.
Keeps track of everything you copy into your Mac’s clipboard. And stacks it here with new clips on top.
This list shows a brief preview, along with the application the data was copied from.
You can set up the Clipboard History to hold 10, 25 or 50 recent clips. And your data will be retained even if you relaunch Unclutter or reboot the system.
Click on any clip to recall it.
Usually shows what’s on your clipboard, i.e. what you’re about to paste.
When you select a clip from Clipboard History, Unclutter copies its data into the system clipboard and displays the clip’s full content.
There is also a quick in-place editor for text clips. Just click on the text, make the necessary changes and click somewhere else, so the editor loses focus.
Your clipboard content will be updated to reflect the changes.
Is a separate list where you can save chosen clips permanently for future use.
For example, it can be some clips that you use most often.
Click on the star icon in History list to favorite a clip. To remove a clip from Favorites, click on its big star icon.
Unlike Clipboard History, the starred clips will not be discarded as they grow old.
Your sensitive data is safe
If the data you copy is identified as sensitive, Unclutter will conceal it for security reasons.
This clip is also never saved to your disk and will disappear after Unclutter relaunch.
Unclutter has a built-in support for 1Password. It should also work fine
with all modern password managers. Plus, there is a Sensitive Data list
in Unclutter Preferences for you to add apps manually. All the data
copied from these apps will be considered sensitive.
This example demonstrates
the concealed look of the data
copied from 1Password.