• App Routes: Pressing CMD + SHIFT + X now opens the brand new Scribe transfer panel, where you can choose to send your copied item directly into another app. Lots of possible routes are already available: calling a number in Skype, composing a tweet in Tweetbot, opening an address in Maps and many more!
• Bug fixes: Several crash causing issues, as well as a few memory bugs were fixed
*** IMPORTANT: Make sure your devices are compatible with Bluetooth LE before purchasing. You can find the list of compatible devices below. ***
Scribe lets you copy anything from your Mac to your mobile device, without Wi-Fi.
Select text, links, numbers or small images, and simply press “COMMAND + SHIFT + X” to instantly transfer your selection from your Mac to your iOS Device.
See your sent history, copy, enter URL links, call or add contact numbers, and share items in a great interface.
NEW UPDATE: Scribe now routes your snippet directly into other apps! You can now send an address directly into the Maps app, send copied text directly into Whatsapp as a new message or Twitter as a new tweet! Pressing “CMD + SHIFT + X” now gives you a menu where you can select the iOS app you want to send your copied item to. Just swipe the notification you receive, and let Scribe do the rest.
Scribe uses Bluetooth Low Energy™; a new technology that constantly keeps your devices paired and provides a secure connection without eating up your battery life. You can literally use it all day and not feel the sting on your iPhone’s battery.
Since it doesn't rely on Wi-Fi, Scribe doesn't require a network connection to work. All you need are the devices you are already using.
Scribe works on all Macs and iOS devices that support Bluetooth 4.0. Here’s a list of all compatible Mac and iOS models:
Macbook Air - 2011 or newer
Macbook Pro - 2012 or newer
iMac - Late 2012 or newer
Mac Mini - 2011 or newer
Mac Pro - Late 2013 or newer
iPhone - 4S or newer
iPad - 3rd generration or newer
iPad Mini - All generations
iPod Touch - 5th generation or newer
Hint: You can check your Mac’s model by clicking on the Apple Icon > About this Mac > More Info
Feel free to hit us up with any questions or feedback at [email protected]
- June 16, 2014 Initial release