Cobook
Cobook
3.1.1

1.8

Cobook free download for Mac

Cobook3.1.1

17 July 2016

Intelligent address book.

Overview

Cobook Contacts is an intuitive, engaging address book.

Solve the problem of contact management with Cobook Contacts and its simple interface and powerful syncing and integration possibilities.

Keep your contacts:
  • Organized with tags. A simple tagging system means finding particular contacts is as easy as can be.
  • Automatically up-to-date. Keep your contacts up-to-date by syncing them with Facebook, Twitter, or Xing profiles.
  • Within reach. Quickly access your contacts from the menu bar on your Mac or on your iPhone or iPad with the iOS companion app.

Note: Cobook is free to download, but contains several in-app purchases which significantly extend its functionality, so we've listed it as a demo.

What's new in Cobook

Version 3.1.1:
  • Cobook is now FullContact.

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78 Reviews of Cobook

0.5
Maclover1-1
19 December 2013
Version: 1.3

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If you like CoBook.. beware before letting the AppStore update to new version New interface released today.. sucks soooo bad. I can't even invoke the contextual menu for copying a field content anymore. Maybe I'll just go back to the regular Mac Address book. What a terrible update CoBook. I feel my my girlfriend just cam home weighing 100lbs more and face full of ketchup an mayo.
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Sampler
17 December 2018
Version: 3.1.1
For those who kept an old copy, Cobook 3.0.8 is working fine on High Sierra 10.13.6.
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Sampler
17 December 2018
Version: 3.1.1
For those who kept an old copy, Cobook 3.0.8 is working fine on OS X 10.13.5. I
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xcoxco
16 July 2016
Version: 3.1.1
The very latest version does not seem to support LinkedIn connections - as of today.
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0.5
Mr-Mike
16 July 2016
Version: 3.1.1
monthly subscription charge, high price for what amounts to an utility that duplicated much of what I already have "for free" on my mac. Twice the price of an superior contact app (BusyContacts) with double the trouble. Just... nope. This is a bad app.
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xcoxco
12 October 2015
Version: 3.1
A former good App. The Denver startup "FullContact" now owns Cobook and is converting it into a front end to their cloud-based service, with monthly subscriber fees. FullContact is, in many respects, a data aggregation service, leveraging your contacts' details in relation to publicly available data about such persons. READ their PRIVACY notice in full. A beta version is available on their web site, The Cobook app, as we know it, is being replaced to support this new service model. I, for one, am reluctant to subscribe to such services due to security and data privacy concerns unless these concerns are outweighed by the value provided.
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Mac5
05 July 2015
Version: 3.1
The latest version of this once great little app no longer opens on my iMac using 10.10.4. Spinning beachball is all I get, and I've trashed the preferences file and tried other fixes to no avail. Time to dump it and find a replacement.
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1.5
Welshie
16 May 2015
Version: 3.1
Had this App for a while and just read the comments below and thought i'd give it another go.. just spent the best part of 20 mins trying to sync 1 contact!! Very frustrating, added a address, numbers etc.. only to hit sync for the Mac and iCloud, then the contact appears on my phone blank... gave up after that to much work, and the updated one is $9.99 a month!!
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0.5
Michael-Vilain
11 May 2015
Version: 3.1
Still a useless piece of crap. And now they're charging for it. Whomever bought this is delusional. Pity BusyContacts is 10.9 > only.
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0.5
Hkim
04 January 2015
Version: 3.0.8
As noted below in the previous version, I too can't seem to add contacts to this application. It insists upon accessing my Apple "Contacts" - which I don't use much and will not let me add names and numbers directly to it. I just don't understand why this app is listed if it does not do what it says it will do without using Apple Contacts.
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0.5
Hkim
04 January 2015
Version: 3.0.8
As noted below in the previous version, I too can't seem to add contacts to this application. It insists upon accessing my Apple "Contacts" - which I don't use much and will not let me add names and numbers directly to it. I just don't understand why this app is listed if it does not do what it says it will do without using Apple Contacts.
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4.5
Dana-Sutton
15 December 2014
Version: 3.0.7
Since some people are bitching about various things wrong with Cobook, let me speak about what's right with it. A lot of us who upgraded to Yosemite have found it difficult or even impossible to pair our iPhones with our Macs, which means that until Apple cleans up its Bluetooth act the number-dialing programs we'd normally use, such as Dialectic and PhoneAmego, are uselesss. These guys at Cobook have figured out some way to allow a Mac to communicate with an iPhone without relying on Bluetooth, so at the moment Cobook is the only such program worth having. No matter what else may be right or wrong about it, i. m. h. o. this single feature earns it 4 1/2 stars,
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0.5
Ronnb
01 December 2014
Version: 3.0.7
If I download this and try to put in new numbers or import numbers, those options are unavailable (greyed out). The app does not work at all unless you want it to use your contacts from the Apple app. This is no good.
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0.5
Michael-Vilain
31 May 2014
Version: 3.0.4
This used to be my go-to app for the AddressBook/Contacts database. Now it's useless. All entries display "no name". I don't care that it does Gmail and Apple Contacts. Syncing made a mess of both databases. I've put up with it's decreasing feature set as time goes on hoping they'd fix it. Instead, they got acquired. CoBook is now a piece of crap and dead to me.
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anonymous-tapir-4715
21 February 2014
Version: 3.0.4
WHY do you keep f**king with what was once a superior little piece of software? Several versions ago,it didn't even work. Support said, try a beta. You keep changing the UI, for reasons unknown. It used to default to Favorites list - now one has to bring up Tags and you have to choose a list - bummer. One more click. i could go on - and what *is* that thing in the menubar? Just ... why. I could go on
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5
Peter-Van-Den-Einde
19 January 2014
Version: 3.0.1
Great little helpful tool. thanks for keeping this for free !!
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0.5
Maclover1-1
19 December 2013
Version: 1.3
If you like CoBook.. beware before letting the AppStore update to new version New interface released today.. sucks soooo bad. I can't even invoke the contextual menu for copying a field content anymore. Maybe I'll just go back to the regular Mac Address book. What a terrible update CoBook. I feel my my girlfriend just cam home weighing 100lbs more and face full of ketchup an mayo.
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Sgilbert
11 October 2013
Version: 1.3
Newest version from App Store (1.3) will NOT load on 10.6 even though description says it is compatible. Had to completely delete, re-downloaded. Same thing. Totally deleted again, and will not try again unless newer version comes out.
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5
anonymous-tapir-4715
02 May 2013
Version: 1.2.5
Hello, can we say Menubar? Fast, configurable drop-down menus?No Dock icon? And more ... So much less tedious than Address Book or Contacts. Cobook has worked brilliantly for me since first release. Don't know what the fuss is about.
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Shane-Smith
29 April 2013
Version: 1.2.5
As much as I like this app I can't justify the $20 price tag attached to it.
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1.5
Sleav
27 April 2013
Version: 1.2.5
I really wanted to like this app, and I did until it abruptly stopped syncing with my iCloud Contacts. Just one day, showed 0 contacts. (I have over 2,800 in the "Contacts" app). Emailed for help and after several days, got a question that was already answered in my first email. Resent the original question (ie WhatThe...) and after five days gave up. Deleted all Cobook files, re-downloaded and reinstalled. Worked again, for 24 hours, then - 0 contacts. I gave up, deleted the app. Fifteen bucks wasted, I guess.
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GNews
25 April 2013
Version: 1.2.5
MU Folks: price on App Store is $14.99 not $19.99.
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5
Ali-Egypt
12 April 2013
Version: 1.2.5
Brilliantly crafted app which I now use for daily use. Can you consider adding a donation button? :)
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larrymcj
11 March 2013
Version: 1.2.2
While I think Cobook is a very nice app, like others here, I have to question what it really provides me that I don't already have. I kept it installed for a few months on my old Mac, but when I recently moved to a new iMac, I didn't install it and I really don't miss it at all. One problem it has is with trying to link to a Google CardDAV account. I had lots of problems getting this to work, but finally did...but not without uttering many expletives. I have Apple Contacts working just fine with my Google Contacts using CardDAV and Cobook is supposed to see this and use that connection instead of "On My Mac"...but it doesn't. It wants to keep defaulting to "On My Mac", which in my case is empty. The other thing I noted was the slow reply time to support emails. I understand it's a free app and I shouldn't expect an instantaneous reply...but they need to be a little bit faster.
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Andy-Hewitt
27 January 2013
Version: 1.2.2
I'm not entirely sure of how this benefits my usage of Address Book. AB for me seems to do all I need. I only found CoBook a bit confusing if anything, and somewhat unnecessary in the way I handle my contacts. It seems to work OK, other than it feels like another app that's being produced to fix things that aren't really broken - at least as far as my own setup goes anyway. At least you can't grumble about the price.
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Pirx
23 January 2013
Version: 1.2.1
It is a nice application, really well done. However, I am quite a bit concerned about what happens to my data when I use this application. Related to that concern I wonder where the revenue for developing and maintaining this software comes from. Because of this discomfort I have used it only once and after revoked all the applications permissions to post on my behalf on the websites like linkedin and facebook.
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Designg
22 January 2013
Version: 1.2.1
When I first tried out this app .. a drop down page from the menubar icon showed all the addresses, which was great. However, after updating (there have been a couple since) - this page has gone, and has been replaced with 'search' that needs to be typed in. Perhaps I am missing something?
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0.5
Markus-Winter
21 January 2013
Version: 1.2.1
I'm running 10.6.8 on my MBP. Just installed Cobook. It shows only one address entry (Apple). I wonder how do I import my addresses ... then I open Addressbook to discover that all my addresses are gone! I hope I can fix this with my time machine backup at home, but this is completely unacceptable.!
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4
Matt101
21 January 2013
Version: 1.2
I give it a 4 based on good experience up to now. BUT this new release has a nasty new bug. Opening a contact card from Mail (for example) with Cobook will crash the app... Fix that and it's back to 4 with no caveat.
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4.5
d-tisdal
16 December 2012
Version: 1.2
I really like the ease of setting up Cobook and having it "merge" contact information instead of erasing it like Apple's sync did. I learned a lot from that experience! Cobook does not alter any contacts...it just merges the new with the old. The only reason I haven't given this app all 5's is because I just downloaded it and haven't used all it's capabilities yet. Excellent application! Best of all it's free! I suspect when it catches on that will change so get it while you can.
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Knowhowe
14 December 2012
Version: 1.2
When I click on Cobook's menubar icon, all I can see at first is a slab of plain grey over the listings with just a tiny strip clear down each side. Clicking on this banishes the grey but I am then met by multiple etries for some- not all- of my address book names. Manually deleting these is a waste of time as they just reappear next time. I wrote to the devs about these issues and they told me they were aware that they affected many users and that they'd be addressed in the next update. Well, here it is and the same old problems persist. Straight into the bin with it- again. Oh, and no, my Apple address book offers no problems and does not contain multiple entries before you try to suggest it..
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Sachi
14 December 2012
Version: 2.0
In MAS it is version 1.2 not 2.0
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0.5
Dana-Sutton
17 October 2012
Version: 1.1.2
This used to be a great app., I loved using it. Then (for God knows what crazy reason) it dropped the ability to dial numbers via Dialectic. On to JabMenu, I guess!
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4.5
Drdul
25 September 2012
Version: 1.1.2
Wow! What a great app! I now use Cobook 98% of the time and Apple's Contacts (formerly Address Book) 2% of the time. My only complaint at tho stage is the times shown next to contact's phone numbers are almost all completely wrong (I wish I could just turn that feature off). Other than that, Cobook is a perfect Contacts replacement. I can't believe the app is free (I'd happily have paid at least $10 for this).
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4
Sieltris
24 September 2012
Version: 1.1.2
By the way, awesome app! Will never want to open Address Book again.
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Sieltris
24 September 2012
Version: 1.1.2
Dear Cobook developers. Cobook triggers the use of the discrete card in my MacBook Pro 8,2 when I open the dialog window to change a contact's picture. Please make it not do that. Thanks!
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5
myy'q
31 August 2012
Version: 1.1
Thanks for adding the Xing sync, this made me increase my rating to 5 stars!
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5
retech
31 August 2012
Version: 1.1
Is it possible to have this available elsewhere? There are a few of us who think the appstore is just crap and avoid it like a well worn plague.
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4.5
194roc
31 August 2012
Version: 1.1
I like cobook, works very nicely, it is free... But recently I delete all my local cards in address book moving to iCloud and I can't use cobook.
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5
Winco
31 August 2012
Version: 1.1
Excellent app. No longer access AddressBook on regular basis.
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4.5
Jweisbin
30 August 2012
Version: 1.1
Together with the phone dialer "Dialectic", this has changed my life.And the Facebook integration is awesome (pulls down pictures automatically). Love it!
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5
InspiredLife2
10 August 2012
Version: 1.0
I've been looking for an alternative to what I consider to be a meager and outdated hack of an address book (Apple AddressBook) ever since I switched to Mac a few years ago. Only with Cobook do I feel I've at long last found that alternative. What's more, it is free! Even if they wanted $ for it, it'd buy it in a flash. I've not accessed the Apple AddressBook since I installed Cobook. I am currently running Cobook 1.1-beta8 (1222), and it adds a number of great features to the v1.0 I had last week. For instance, when I view my contacts Cobook shows me what the local time is next to every phone number and physical address on the contact card. I happen to include the country code on most of my contact phone numbers, and I assume Cobook is using that code (along with the area code, for countries spanning multiple time zones) to figure out the local time for each phone number. I didn't even realise I was lacking this Address Book nicety until Cobook dished it out on a silver platter. I am not even going to try and list all the great things Cobook has which Address Book lacks, because there are too many. Just the design and implementation alone is excellent… way beyond what Apple has managed to achieve. In fact, I would not be at all surprised if Apple eventually buys Cobook and replaces Address Book with it. iTunes was acquired in that way, and look what a major part of the OS X / Apple business model that has become. All I can say is instal Cobook, enjoy, benefit, and give thanks.
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4.5
Jeffcgd
29 May 2012
Version: 1.0
A thoroughly brilliant address book App that I was fully prepared to pay for once it came out of Beta — then it was released FREE! When used in conjunction with iCloud (since it reads and writes from the Address Book), it's the most elegant way to add and refine contact info on my Mac and iPhone.
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Mac5
25 May 2012
Version: 1.0
A truly extremely useful address book/ contact list all in one. Its the address book that Apple should adopt into their OS. I no longer use the Apple address book which is no match for Cobook and all its features. The pull down menu is a real gem. It simply works..
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Wondrack
20 April 2012
Version: 1.0-beta13
I like how it handles contact info, but since it doesn't include any printing (to envelopes, lists etc) functionality nor Groups, I had to revert back to Address Book.
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Bigboysdad
09 April 2012
Version: 1.0-beta13
At last, I was hoping someone would develop this kind of app. Neither iCal or Address Book are much good in their recent incarnations. As far as iCal’s concerned, that’s ok, as we have Busycal and Fantastical which take us away from iCal but keep us within the Apple ‘ecosystem’. We never really had the same sort of simple alternative with the Lion version of Address Book. Until now. At last, I can instantly access and edit my contacts from the Menu Bar in a similar way to Fantastical and start forgetting about the Address Book app. It’s just Beta at the moment and there are some things that need to be ironed out (the most obvious ones being the ability to group your contacts and better viewing options) but that’s ok for the time being, and if it stops working for some reason, your data will still be there as it automatically syncs with Address Book. Recommended, for sure.
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4.5
Not-Invented-Here
25 March 2012
Version: 1.0-beta13
Cool little app. I am not totally enamored of the UI behavior; I would like to be able to either [1] adjust (increase) the delay before the full address card pops out from the list, or [2] be able to pop the card out from the list with a mouse-click instead of that replacing the list with the full card.
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5
Loehman
24 March 2012
Version: 1.0-beta13
I'm ready to purchase this (assuming it's not over-priced).
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Dana-Sutton
23 March 2012
Version: 1.0-beta13
For my purposes, CoBook has become a lot more valuable since it has acquired phone-dialing capacity (via Dialectic or FaceTime). For some reason, Apple has never gotten the point about this feature: if you use Address Book to store your phone numbers, shouldn’t you also be able to use it to dial your numbers? CoBook is a very useful substitute for this lack. (Note: if you want to use this feature on a Mac running Lion you can’t use Apple’s own USB modem, since its driver is 32-bit only, but you can pick up a third-party one cheaply). My only complaint is that the claim on the MU page “ It synchronizes with Mac OS X Address Book and other devices via iCloud“ remains as misleading as ever, since it wrongly gives the impression that CoBook is an iCloud client. I think a disclaimer should be added to the product description. In fact, a iCloud client for contacts is greatly needed for those of us who have Macs that can’t be upgraded to Lion or who depend on software that runs by Rosetta. At the moment, the only available one is SOHO Organizer, which is outrageously expensive and, i. m. h. o., has a very clunky interface because it tries to be too many things at once. If the developer could turn CoBook into a genuine iCloud client, he would transform a very good program into a great one, which many many people would find indispensible.
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5
Steeps-Patrick
22 March 2012
Version: 1.0-beta13
Love Cobook. BTW will this stay free on initial release?
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5
tatami
20 March 2012
Version: 1.0-beta12
I started using Cobook about five weeks ago. I've been delighted with it. It took a bit (not much) of getting used to. Now I'd struggle to do without it. My outstanding request was to enable me to use it to dial phone numbers with Phone Valet. I've now discovered that I can do this via Dialectic. Great product and looking forward to seeing where it goes next. For some reason, I can't award 5 stars for value and stability. I would.
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4.5
Yosi-Taki
19 March 2012
Version: 1.0-beta12
nice analogue of adress book.
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5
TeRRyZx
18 March 2012
Version: 1.0-beta12
I love this app. I used to just HATE using address book until this came out. I used to sync all with Google but this is working so well that I gave up Google contacts and now use iCloud for this app to work. Eliminates all the double names I used to get. For me this is a must have app now. A BIG THANX for this app!!!
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2.5
Jweisbin
16 March 2012
Version: 1.0-beta12
Since Apple crippled Address Book in Lion I've been looking for a replacement. My main gripe, believe it or not, is that the fonts are just too small, and, for an app I use constantly, it's a real strain on my eyes (especially on a large monitor). I've looked at Contactizer, Daylite, Addresses, and Outlook - none of these allow the fonts to be changed! I haven't tried Organizer but the reviews have not been stellar. I may try Bento, but it's kind of ugly to look at. This looks promising - but why do all these developers leave out the simple but very important preference for being able to control fonts and appearance? Please add it!
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5
Winco
15 March 2012
Version: 1.0-beta12
Kaspars and his team just keep refining this and it keeps getting better and better. What I appreciate is when you give feedback on missing features or feature requests, bug reports etc, not only do they respond by incorporating them into the next beta release but also respond by email thanking you for the feedback and taking the time to explain what they are intending to incorporate as well as reasons why they can't incorporate (due to limitations of Snow Leopard vs Lion, etc). A very responsive and customer culture focused company indeed. I'm opening AddressBook directly very rarely these days.
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dwp-1
27 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta10
Are you planning on keeping Cobook freeware or are you going to start charging once it comes out of beta? If so I would like to suggest a reduced rate for people who purchase before you release version 1.0. Just a suggestion! Keep up the great work, Coobook is awesome.
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4.5
AlexMagik
26 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta9
perfect, it does just right
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3.5
Ron-Bell
25 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta9
Very nice for a beta but: - uses a lot of CPU cycles and virtual memory. Hope that will be cleaned up by the final version. - the search-while-you-type interface is nice in theory but cumbersome in practice. A single typo, or overly fast typing on my part, can result in my watching a spinning beach ball while the app searches the address book. Could you please allow us to optionally toggle the beginning of a search to search-when-user-hits-return?
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Xplicit
25 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta9
Fucked up my address book pretty well. Local contacts were linked to absolutely different persons from LinkedIn who shared only the same name.
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5
Mac5
24 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta9
I have long since hesitated at using the Mac address book due to its limitations and time consuming use. Cobook has filled this void with its ease of use and slick interface. So far I have found it to be superior in all fields when compared to the Apple address book.
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5
Franztoo
24 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta8
Generally I like how Apple is working with metaphors (e.g. desktop as conceptual metaphor for a working desk) but in some cases it makes just no sense anymore. This is particularly true, when it is hindering or slowing down my workflows. And the Apple Address Book does. Since it was introduced I disliked it because in general you just open it for a single action and then close it again - unlike application you open and work with them for a while. Cookbook does what Apple should have done since long: a fast, ubiquitous access to contacts that eases the users life. Neat features, easy to understand. Great, piece of software. Starry Sky!
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5
Macolyte
24 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta8
This is the slickest, most complete contact software for Macintosh I've ever encountered. Installs, gathers contacts and their scattered info from varieties of places, bundles them together seamlessly and works intuitively. This is what software should always be. Add to that support which is same-day timely, persistent, patient and wants their FREE software to work. 6 stars if I had 'em.
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0.5
Dejmac
23 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta8
I downloaded Cobook but I couldn’t install it. It seems to me Cobook beta version is for 64-bit only, isn’t it? They should make some note about that somewhere (MacUpdate, web site, etc.). I am very disappoiointed.
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myy'q
23 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta8
Been using it for quite some time now, I like how it integrates my LinkedIn Contacts with my address book. The author is very responsive, I asked or integration with Xing (relevant in Germany) and received a response still the same day (it will be done once Xing actually offers an API which is scheduled for this year).
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Yazarim
23 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta8
Very interesting application indeed, but I am afraid that it conflicts mortally with LaunchBar. At least, on my iMac LB crashes. Not completely sure, but the developer should check it.
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5
Priosantos-Jan
23 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta8
Very usable utility. Thx
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4.5
Mishko42
20 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta7
wow, I stopped using address book years ago, replaced by gmail contacts that sync with it, never liked it always buggy and boring. This app is a hit for me, fun to use and very very practical. Can't believe it's free, intuitive, always on, updating contacts as they change info, easily search with twitter, linkedin.. integration. New generation of innovative smart technologies. And only beta.. Still on trusty snow leopard not looking forward to mountain lion either.
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Xplicit
20 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta7
Why does Cobook want to connect to "kurvitis.cobookapp.com"? It's not for updates, that's quite certain, so what's it about?
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Dana-Sutton
19 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta7
It isn’t clear what exactly this app does. The developer’s description, “ It synchronizes with Mac OS X Address Book and other devices via iCloud“ appears to be inaccurate. Since Cobook does not ask the user for his iCloud account name and password, it doesn’t seem to log onto iCloud itself, but presumably only piggybacks on your local Address Book connection. This is very bad news for those Mac users who can’t or won’t upgrade from Snow Leopard to Lion, since it is well known that, once you have opened an iCloud account, you can either buy apps iCloud -friendly Mail and Calendar apps (Sparrow and BusyCal) or manually set up Snow Leopard’s Mail and iCal to log onto that account, but for Address Book you have to use the outrageously expensive SoHo Organizer, since there is some bug that prevents you manually creating a CardDAV connection from within Address Book. When I read the developer’s description my initial reaction was “aha, here’s the solution,” but it turns out this is not the case. Let’s hope somebody will put out an app which actually does what Cobook claims to do.
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5
Ferg
18 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta7
So far, so good — this app is really fun to use and man, is it fast! I know it's still in beta, and I know I've only been using it for a short time…but from what I've seen thus far, I'm really happy and quite impressed.
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dwp-1
18 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta7
Well thought out, very impressive application. Quick access to contacts in Address Book (Contacts in ML). Keep up the great work...
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3.5
anonymous-heron-1581
16 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta6
Off to a very promising start. As some have characterized it, a "Fantastical" for contacts and a very welcome new app.The current inability to address multiple accounts (e.g. an Exchange account as well as locally-stored contacts) is a bit of a limitation in this version, but one that Cobook promises to address in version 1.1. It'll be well worth paying for the release version, assuming it's priced fairly, given that the beta is so good (I'm guessing it won't be free in the release version, but that's fine; such fine development deserves to be paid-for). My overall rating should be higher but for some reason once selected I can't change the number of stars before submitting a rating.
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tatami
15 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta6
I've started using CoBook and I really like it. I'd like to be able to use it instead of Address Book. Two things keep me from doing so at the moment. They are, firstly its inability to deal with groups. And secondly its inability to interface with Parliant's PhoneValet. I'd like to be able to use PhoneValet to dial directly out of CoBook. That functionality would be the icing on the cake for me.
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5
Kitmos
15 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta6
One of the best new programs in a ong time. Almost replaces the long lamented Now Contact!
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4.5
Uzboxberg
15 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta4
(it's actually already in beta-6) Now this is really a great little program, so easy to use, in total contrast to Apple's address book where you need to highlight every item you wish to fill in. It's a menubar item, which is a good idea, and the automatic synchro with Address book, both ways, is magic !
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silverhand31
15 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta4
I can't connect to Facebook. Something like "service error"?
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5
Winco
15 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta4
Looks very promising. It's free too.
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5
anonymous-tapir-4715
15 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta4
OMG, delivered from Lion Address Book hell ... and Cobook itself does rock, and is menubar handy. Perfect!
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5
Michael-Fogler
14 February 2012
Version: 1.0-beta4
This app rocks! The way it works with iCloud, Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, etc is awesome. And it's 1.0 beta! — and free! very cool.
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$2.99

1.8

App requirements: 
  • Intel 64
  • OS X 10.8.0 or later
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