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Syncode today released their clipboard synchronization app, Syncopy [App Store, $0.99] which allows users to synchronize their iPhone's clipboard with their Mac. The application is similar to Pastebot [App Store, $2.99], — which we covered earlier — although it uses uses the cloud to sync clipboard items rather than requiring your devices to be on the same local network. Additionally, Syncopy keeps track of previously saved clipboard items in its history. The one disadvantage we see with Syncopy is that it doesn't allow you to work with images.
Syncopy is available now and works on the iPhone and iPod touch. Syncode does not currently provide a PC version of the desktop sync app.