iPaste works by organizing any copied material in clip sets. Thanks to the + and - buttons at the bottom of the interface, you create clip sets for virtually anything, and quickly add or remove clips.
iPaste lets you copy any sort of file, like text, images, media or PDF. Accessing hotkey targets from the drop down menu brings all your clippings to the front of your screen.
iPaste gives you two viewing options: from the menu bar and from the Dock. While the first one is more discreet it also feels more limited.
We felt best to keep the application in the Dock to copy and view new items. Another advantage is the little sliding bar, which lets you zoom in onto clipped items.
The main feature which truly makes iPaste a time saving application are the hotkeys. Using the CTRL + Option + Number combination, iPaste lets you copy and paste quickly.
Another handy little function is being able to go back in time and check what items you've clipped in iPaste.
All in all, iPaste will make copying and pasting much more easier for you.