When Apple announced they were bringing iOS features “Back to the Mac” with OS X Lion (and doubled down on it with Mountain Lion), the iOS implementation of copy and paste was not included.
[PopClip](http://click.syndicateads.net/2012/03/PopClip/brooksreview.html) is a clever Mac app that brings iOS-style copy and paste to OS X, and raises the question of why Apple hasn’t done this already. If you’re curious as to how well it works, the answer is: pretty well. The most common sentiment in the user reviews is: “I’m hooked.”
If you have a Mac, you should check this out. You can download a free demo at [Pilotmoon Software](http://click.syndicateads.net/2012/03/PopClip/brooksreview.html). The full version costs $4.99 on the [Mac App Store](http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/popclip/id445189367?mt=12).
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