Share your clipboard and photos/films among Macs, other iPhones/iPads/iPods and even Windows machines.
Important: NetClipboard is distributed in Master and Slave versions.
All Slave versions are free.
Slave versions can share the clipboard with devices running a Master version.
Masters can share the clipboard with everyone.
This free version of NetClipboard runs in Slave mode.
You need a Master version on another machine to exchange data.
Via in app purchase you can upgrade the Slave version to a Master version.
Users that have purchased NetClipboard for Mac OS X can start exchanging data between the Mac and iPhone/iPod/iPad now.
Just install this free version and you are ready to go.
NetClipboard can exchange data via WiFi or 3G.
Via WiFi with other devices running NetClipboard connected to the same network segment no configuration is needed. NetClipboard will automatically find its peers.
Via 3G you have to manually configure the ip address or hostname of peers you want to connected to.
Optionally to help remote peers "know" you by name, the app can export the 3G ip address to a dynamic DNS service.
NetClipboard shares the iOS clipboard with other devices.
It can also send photos/films from the photo library to connected peers.
Note that when sending clipboard data or photos/films, all connected peers will receive what has been sent.