Whenever you copy and paste something you are probably doing so with the intent of transporting that snippet of text or image somewhere else. Maybe you’re copying it into a Word document, saving it in Evernote, performing a Google search, mapping an address, or one of the many other possibilities. Click.To is a free app for both Windows and Mac users that tries to streamline your copy and paste operations.
How does it work? Once installed you can configure the app to show a set of icons that appear every time you copy text. If you click on one of the icons it will perform an associated action, and I listed out some examples of the things you can do above. if one of the pre-configured operations doesn’t work for you there is always the option to make your own that can be set up to open a particular URL or an application.
The thing I really like is that you can choose the location and size of where the icons will appear. So if you want them to always appear above/below the cursor you can do that, or they can appear along one of the screen edges if you’d prefer to have them in a more predictable and consistent spot.
Click.To Homepage (Windows/Mac; Freeware)