Clipper Sync is shutting down
Due to upcoming changes in the Android Q Update that will stop Clipper: Clipboard Manager from working, it is no longer feasible for us to dedicate resources towards maintaining and updating Clipper Sync.
Clipper Sync is shutting down on May 31st, 2019. At this time, cloud synchronization will stop working, the web interface will shut down, and an update will be pushed to remove Sync from the Android app.
Clipper: Clipboard Manager and Clipper Plus will keep all local functionality. However, if your device will receive the Android Q update later this year, Clipper will no longer be able to collect copied clippings. Updates and maintenance for both apps will cease.
After the shutdown, a data export service will be provided at www.clippersync.com. Using this service, you will be able import all cloud data into a local installation of Clipper, or choose to erase your data. The data export service will be provided until January 1st, 2020. After this date, all user data will be erased forever.
We're sorry about the inconvenience.
Questions & AnswersHow do I save my data?
Until the service is shut down, you can download Clipper Plus from the Play Store, and sign in to Sync to pull all your data from the service. Alternatively, you can view your data at clippersync.com.
After the service is shut down, a data export service will be provided. The service will allow you to export all your past data into the .json format supported by the Import & Export feature, and a .csv for use as a spreadsheet.Will Clipper continue to work without Sync?
Yes. However, if your device receives the Android Q update in the future, Clipper will stop working due to changes in the operating system.Can I get a refund?
We are providing refunds for all purchases made in 2019. Please send your order receipt number to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will process a refund as soon as possible.What do I use now?
We recommend you switch to the clipboard provided by Google Gboard or Microsoft SwiftKey. Your keyboard app of choice will still be able to function as a clipboard manager in Android Q.