Chronos Inc. has rolled out iClipboard 6, an upgrade to its clipboard manager for Mac OS X (10.11 and later). According to Jerry Halls, vice president of Sales at Chronos, new features include:

° A streamlined interface makeover;

° Support for long (instead of abbreviated) text clippings;

° An overhaul of plain text pasting so it’s faster, easier, and not a global setting;

° On-the-fly text transformations instead of global setting;

° Clipping info shown directly in Shelf;

° An overhauled Shelf resizing to be less complicated;

° Improved performance.

Also, shortcuts are now shown in the menu bar. iClipboard automatically keeps a history of everything a user copies to the system clipboard in any application. It provides four different ways to paste clippings from the history. Users can organize their clippings into projects. iClipboard features an interface that shows rich previews of each clipping.
A fully functional 30 day trial version can be downloaded from Chronos’ website at ( iClipboard costs $9.99 for a single user license. A family pack is available for $14.99. Registered iClipboard 1.x – 5.x customers can upgrade to version 6 for $9.99. See the website for family pack upgrade pricing.