iPaste keeps frequently used phrases and images a keystroke away. iPaste is a Tool to make Clippings (e.g. pieces of text, images, PDFs, etc.) that you commonly paste into applications easily accessible via Hotkeys and a contextual menu. Small Footprint. We all know that Dock space can be precious, with iPaste you can choose to not show the application in the Dock. Furthermore, add it to your login items (by going to System Preferences>Accounts) and then it will become an integrated background utility that you won't even know is running, except that you will be able to harness its power. Rich Text, Images and More. iPaste supports many different types of data so that you easily manage a slew of recently copied items or frequently used items including: plain text, rich text, TIFF, PDF, PICT, JPEG, GIF and more. Floating Palette. Quickly and easily access your clips and clip sets. Multiple Clip Sets. Create unlimited clip sets each of which can hold unlimited numbers of clips. All of these at your finger tips results in increased productivity. Link Clip Sets to Applications. Set which clip sets you want to use for which applications. When that application is brought to the front, so are the associated clips in the floating panel. Memory Lane. iPaste keeps track of the items that you copy in other applications and makes this available to you via a contextual menu and/or a system wide menu. HotKeys. There is no faster way to get what you want on the screen than by pressing a few keys. Sure control-clicking the mouse can be handy, but using keys is still faster. With iPaste you can paste the information you need by using an easy key combination, regardless of what application is active.