I switched to this app after pushbullet sold out and i only wish i had found snapcopy sooner. Universal copy&paste was the only reason i used pushbullet and this app just makes it so much easier. It's stable, extremely quick and easy to set up and it's never crashed on me. Plus, now hearing about other "competitor" apps doing exactly what PB did and turning a free app into a paid one, it makes me all the more graceful for SnapCopy. It's a great app and i hope to use it for a good long time. great job devs, and thank you for your awesome app :-)
A brilliant replacement for Pushbullet. PLease please don't make the same mistake of running into financially difficulty and consequently destroying your whole user base. I'm sure the 1 million users that will be looking for this app would happily pay 80p to ensure you can keep a float. Thanks!
This app is love at first sight. It seemed sketchy at setup, but worked absolutely flawlessly. No gimmicks, no toys, just copy here, paste there. Because of how it works, when I copy something in one place, it populates the clipboard of every connected device, meaning I can access it at any time, any where, even if it's not the active item.
A decent way to sync your clipboard between a computer running Chrome and a phone. Unfortunately, I was not able to add multiple computers to the sync'd keyboard and have heard back very little from the developer. On top of that, the QR-code system that is used to connect devices is very finicky, taking a good 1-2 MINUTES to read the code and connect. It's a great idea, and once you do get it working it works decently, but there are some flaws that have to be worked out for this to be a great app.
Tried this to replace pushbullet. Paired win10 laptop with galaxy s5. Did not work. Tried ctrl+c, alt+c, right click then copy, etc. Also there is no way to label devices or customize the app behavior.
I didn't leave Pushbullet, it left me. Thank you for providing this. Works very well and very easy to set up. I would gladly pay a "reasonable" one time cost for this, but forget about Pushbullet's insane $5/month! Never!