Clipboard manager for macOS which does one job - keep your copy history at hand. Period.
Lightweight. Open source. No fluff.
Unlike other Mac clipboard managers, Maccy does only one job - keep your copy history and let you access it fast. You won't be overloaded by unnecessary features.
Maccy works blazingly fast. You can open and search your entire clipboard history in just a fraction of a second. Nothing should distract you from what you're focused on.
Just type what you want to find in history and hit Enter. You don't need to use your mouse. Don't waste your time moving your hands away from the keyboard.
Maccy respects your privacy. If your password manager removes a copied password from the clipboard, so will Maccy. Everything is stored on your computer.
Maccy is built using native macOS UI. It is minimalistic. It looks and feels exactly as you'd expect. Don't get distracted by a sophisticated design.
Maccy is an open source application using the MIT license. It is and will always be free. Its full source code is available at GitHub. You can inspect or change it however you want.
Maccy is hands down the best clipboard manager I've ever used, across all platforms! As a writer by profession, I cannot function effectively without a clipboard manager. All the apps I tried from the App Store or elsewhere were not bloated and required unnecessary permissions. Maccy is lean and clean yet feature packed!
If you are looking for a clipboard manager with a modern design and UI, you should check out Maccy. Though very simple and has a minimal system footprint, Maccy gets the job done. More importantly, Maccy is free, lightweight, and open-source.
About two weeks into using Maccy, I began to realise I couldn't do without it - not only as a Mac clipboard manager, but as a very minimalist note taker and a security blanket from silly mistakes. It stays out of the way, is super fast, and does exactly what it needs to.
Maccy does exactly what it should do, in the simplest way. That's why I like it. Lightweight, performant and open source, it's all I want from a Mac clipboard manager.