Hands-on with Microsoft's unannounced OneClip sharing app
This morning, an unannounced app by Microsoft for Android, iOS, Windows Phone and Windows 10 was revealed. OneClip leverages OneDrive to easily copy and paste documents, photos, text, phone numbers and more to share between your devices. We go hands-on with the apps on Android, Windows 10, and Windows Phone. Watch our video.
Setup is easy. You synchronize devices by using temporary pairing codes. There is no limit to the number of devices you can pair. You can copy photos, screenshots, phone numbers, addresses, or other text from any of the devices and OneClip makes them available on all your paired devices.
We've installed OneClip on Android, Windows, and Windows Phone. The apps work surprisingly well. Items show up within seconds, but that may vary depending on your internet connection. iOS is also supported, be we didn't get a chance to install it yet.
What do you think of OneClip and the convenience of having your clipboard in the cloud? Let us know in the comments!
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They should add this feature in the future if it's not already there...
You can use OneNote for that.
In fact, many moons ago, somewhere around the launch of Windows Phone 7, there was an ad for it that showed exactly that.
Man, there's been so many times I wanted to copy&paste text from my PC to my Phone...
Of course, you can also use OneNote for this, but maybe this app will simplify the process... Also, might be more transparent for the average consumer...
Anyone else having this problem?
I have already the program called "kopy",,great for that
Snapcopy - copy from one computer paste on another!