Excel2vCard converter

converting excel data to vCards – dead simple

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The problem it solves

So you ended up with this excel document or csv file full of names and addresses that you got from somewhere, and you want to import the data into your Mac OS address book (contacts.app) or MS Outlook or some other software that understands how to deal with those so called vCard files.

Excel2vCard is here to help!

If for example you want to import the data into your Mac OS address book, what you do is use the app to create one fat vCard file that contains all of the data, and simply double click it. Your contacts.app will ask you ``would you like to import those contacts?`` It will take care of handling duplicates as well.
The free version will export 10 rows max., once you purchase the app (for 10 EUR or whatever the equivalent in your currency is) you can export as many vCards as you like. The license never expires, and all updates are free.

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How to purchase - Windows

While the app is free you may convert 10 rows only without a license. In the toolbar of the app you'll find a purchase button. Clicking it opens the license dialog. You'll have to click the ``buy license`` button which will open your webbrowser and lead you to the product's page on share-it. Or you can also just click the button below. Share-it handles the financials for us, they will also send you an invoice. Once you've puchased a license on there you'll get an email with the license number which you'll have to enter into the license dialog. That's it! open product's page on share-it

How to purchase - Mac OS

In the toolbar of the app you'll find a purchase button. Clicking it opens the license dialog. You'll have to click the ``buy license`` button which will open the App Store app. After entering your Apple-ID and password you'll be asked if you want to purchase again, confirm and you're good to go. Sometimes (1% maybe?) the app has trouble recognizing that you did purchase a license. A reboot resolves this issue.
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Users according to the App store (January 2018)

Read review on Softpedia

The nice people from Softpedia posted a review of the app (4 out of 5 stars) which we think is quite fair (although slightly outdated). They also verified that the software is 100% clean. There are also reviews on the Mac App Store (well, depending on the country), most of which are very positive.

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