Excel2vCard converter

converting excel data to vCards or Outlook – dead simple

download Mac version from App Store download Windows version (64bit)

Watch the intro video

App Features

Free to try

Just go ahead and download the app. Play with it and see if you like it. If you have questions, please feel free to contact me. You can purchase a license from within the app (there is a purchase button in the toolbar), no risk involved.

Reads .xls , .xlsx and .csv files

Excel2vCard will deal with the most common excel formats. If you have a csv-file, that’s fine too. You can optionally set the encoding in that case to make sure all characters are transferred correctly into the vCard.

Assigning columns

Which column maps to which vCard field? Excel2vCard lets you configure this by drag and drop – and even remembers it for next time.

Export to Outlook

As of version 3.0 the app supports exporting your data to Outlook directly. You can also pick an  Outlook-category or create one on-the-fly. The app avoids creating duplicates by checking if a record with the same name already exist. It will update the found record, unless you tell it not to. Make sure Outlook is running before you start the export.

Edit the document

Oops, you spotted a typo in the excel document. The app lets you edit the data. You don’t need to have MS Excel installed.

Export to Excel

Many users also simply use the app to work on their Excel documents, especially now that a powerful search-and-replace editor exists. You can now save the modified data back as an .xlsx-file.

Free Excel Viewer

The app does an excellent job of simply displaying excel documents, even if they have multiple sheets. So if you don’t have excel installed, you can use it to still examine excel documents. And you don’t need a license for that.

custom fields

Your file might contain data that you want to transfer to the vCard – but no matching field exists. The app allows you to create custom fields. You can tell the app to copy the contents (and the fieldname) to the notes field which makes sense if the software you want to feed the vCard to doesn’t deal with custom fields well.

Free version / licensed version

The free version of the app will export the first 10 rows of your Excel document. You can remove that limitation by purchasing a license from the Mac App store or from share-it if you are on Windows for currently around 10 USD/EUR (incl. VAT). Also, when you do the export you’ll be asked if you want to purchase a license and the app will lead to the appropriate site.

Languages

The app is available in english, german, spanish, japanese, french and simplified chinese. Make sure you turn subtitles on when you watch our intro video!

Prerequisites

Mac OS 10.9 or newer, with at least 500 Mb RAM. If you bought your Mac in the last 10 years, you’re probably good. Windows 7 or newer, with at least 500 Mb RAM.

Pricing

Free (Windows)

$0

forever

  • exports 10 rows max.
  • displays all data
download app

Free (Mac OS)

$0

forever

  • exports 10 rows max.
  • displays all data
get it

Licensed (Windows)

$/€10

forever

  • exports all data
  • Just enter the license number you get from Share-it into the license dialog, which you can find in the toolbar in the app.
get from Share-it

Licensed (Mac OS)

$/€10

forever

  • exports all data
  • Once you licensed the app, you can use it forever for as many exports as you like.
get from within the app

29731

Users according to the Mac App store (December 2018)

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Client Testimonials

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.

http://www.softpedia.com/get/Office-tools/Other-Office-Tools/Excel2vCard.shtml

review on Softpedia

This new program is like coming out of the dark ages into the light. It is fast and easy to navigate. It will make it easier for people who didn’t think they could do this…

Debra Henry via Softonic

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