Granted, my tests were done to push Scribe beyond its intended purposes, and if all you're doing is transferring text snippets, an increase in memory allocation of a few megabytes may not be an issue, especially if you have a lot of RAM. But Scribe's memory usage may be a concern if you have a lot of apps open at once, especially with app that use a lot of memory. It's something to be aware of, and you may decide that the way to use Scribe is to launch the app when needed instead of leaving it running all the time.
A few reviewers on Scribe's App Store page made comments about connectivity issues that I also encountered. A Scribe representative said that future updates will address connection stability.
Scribe's basic functionality — copying snippets from your Mac to your iOS device — works, and for me, it fills a need. It does feel a little rough around the edges, and it has some limitations and usability issues to work out.
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