BdContacts
BdContacts
1.320

4.5

BdContacts free download for Mac

BdContacts

1.320
21 July 2011

Menubar item to access your contacts and much more.

Overview

BdContacts is a powerful menubar contacts application that takes up very little room on you menubar and gives you instant access to all your Address Book contacts along with extending the information stored with a contact like unlimited Notes, ToDo's, Alarms, Emails, Documents and Photos without having five applications eating up your dock space or menubar.

What's new in BdContacts

Version 1.320:
  • Maintenance Release For Lion.
  • Updates to Help.
  • Minor bug fixes for 10.7

Join over 500,000 subscribers.

Subscribe for our newsletter with best Mac offers from MacUpdate.

8 BdContacts Reviews

Rate this app:

Davebarnes
29 September 2009

Most helpful

I tried and did not care for the interface. But, at only $20, it is well worth it if you like the user interface.
Like (1)
Version 1.230
Heinzrohde
26 January 2010
If I have to fear that my desktop will look like the screen shot, then I won't use the software. Ugly++ - no thanks!
Like (1)
Version 1.260
Anon-Bud
30 November 2009
I keep wanting to use this app, but cannot get over the confusing--and not very pretty--interface. For those who like all the bells and whistles and don't mind the ugliness, the price is pretty good. But I'll take a pass.
Like (1)
Version 1.250
Davebarnes
29 September 2009
I tried and did not care for the interface. But, at only $20, it is well worth it if you like the user interface.
Like (1)
Version 1.230
Chrisb59
17 March 2008
For a long time I was searching for a contact management app that suited all my needs. All the hours I spend with searching, installing, evaluating and de-installing. They were all to basic or to expensive. Sure, there are also open source CRM-apps, but they are to hard to understand and to heavy duty for my needs. But now I found what I was looking for! This developer had us in mind! This app offers me basically all the functionality I need. It has a well thought and an easy to understand usability and is fun to work with. Especially I appreciate the Video Help. It's a great walk-through.
Like
Version 1.06
Whitbybob
24 January 2008
DB Contacts looks fabulous! I think it's what I've been searching for, and I've tried lots of demos. Bottom line is, it's simple, doesn't get in the way, doesn't mess up AddressBook and iCal (so syncing with my Palm is still a happy thing), and I don't need to find a consultant to try and help me figure out how to use it. Given what else I've seen, $50 is a real bargain.
Like
Version 1.01
Kidrio
21 January 2008
I must preface my comment that I normally don't care what people write about software programs and this is the first time that I was so moved to write a response to GNWAUGH comments on BD Contacts and I am amazed that I have such a different response to his blatant ignorance or lack of respect for an amazing contact management software application. It appears that he has confused this program for QuickSliver (powerful and complex) which is an application to assist in automation of repetitive events for example launching a program. BD Contacts is a very simple to use and the way it enhances Apple's Address book is worth every penny if you are as anal as I am and love to stay in touch with your friends and business associates. My favorite features are Dialing my phone number directly using Skype, Adding groups, sorting my data any way that I can think of, addressing emails, excellent searching features and a sophisticated note and alarm system. I have been a salesman for ever and this program is worth every penny. I recommend this program to anyone that uses Apple's Address book. I know that I can't use Address Book without BD Contact.
Like
Version 1.01
Tersono
14 January 2008
Ridiculous price for such a simple product (no, it's not a typo - same price is on his web site). Even more OTT given that at least some of the functionality can be had from the likes of Quicksilver for free.... At $10 it would be worth downloading to try. At $50, I don't really care whether it's any good or not, sorry....
Like
Version 1.0
Robby-is-on
14 January 2008
50 Dollars sounds like rip-off to me...
Like
Version 1.0