Now Microsoft is turning to Beta testing process, a competitor for Pushbullet with an application that permits users to sync and share the content over the Windows Phone, Android devices, iOS and Windows PC. Twitter user Walking Cat has leaked the app information, he also posted screenshots and download links for a long connection for forthcoming productivity apps from Microsoft.
The unreleased app is known as OneClip, automatically spots whether the content in the clipboard is a Physical address, a URL, text snippet, image, and phone number amazingly integrated them into a universal clipboard with windows. The recently designed windows app is touch friendly, having support for Windows 8, 8.1 and 10 gadgets. iOS users can just deploy the native share sheet in order to transport all kinds of media to OneClip for syncing.
Lets say you quickly banal a significant phone number on your desktop, and overlook to shift it to your phone before heading out. With OneClip installed, one has no need to be worried about that anymore, as the number will display there on the tablet and phone without any type of manual interaction from users end. On the same way, sharing screenshots from Smartphone to the desktop will not be a problem anymore, as the universal clipboard will move on to the entire ecosystem of devices.
To set up an Oneclip you need to enter a PIN code that is created on one of your devices. One can then reconnect to the devices deploying a single account that is connected with the universal clipboard.
Setting up OneClip requires you to enter a PIN code that is generated on one of your devices. You can then connect to all your devices using a single account that is associated with your universal clipboard. From there, files are automatically synced and can be shared across all of your devices in a matter of seconds. Clips can also be filtered based on their type, name, or the device from which they originated.