My Freebie today is CloudClip Manager for the Mac, and what it does is what you need it to do if you use more than one Mac, or use a Mac and iPhone or iPad.
Every time you copy something on your Mac– text snippet, or photo– it gets placed on the Mac’s built-in clipboard. Copy something again whatever you last copied is deleted forever.
CloudClip Manager remembers what you copied (up to the last 15 items) and stores them in iCloud automatically, and makes them available for other Macs or iPhones or iPads using the same iCloud account.
Click on the Mac’s Menubar to retrieve recent copied items.
You can clear items individually or all at once using the Clear menu selection from the Menubar.
Think about it. What you copy is saved to iCloud and usable on your iPhone or iPad or another Mac. That’s about as handy as it can be and it’s free.