Cobook
Cobook
3.1.1

1.8

Cobook free download for Mac

Cobook

3.1.1
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.

78 Cobook Reviews

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Maclover1-1
19 December 2013

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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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Version 1.3
Sampler
17 December 2018
For those who kept an old copy, Cobook 3.0.8 is working fine on High Sierra 10.13.6.
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Version 3.1.1
Sampler
17 December 2018
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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Version 3.1.1
xcoxco
16 July 2016
The very latest version does not seem to support LinkedIn connections - as of today.
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Version 3.1.1
Mr-Mike
16 July 2016
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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Version 3.1.1
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Dana-Sutton
Dana-Sutton
15 April 2017
And the sad thing is that it used to be a darned good one.
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xcoxco
12 October 2015
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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Version 3.1
Mac5
05 July 2015
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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Version 3.1
Welshie
16 May 2015
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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Version 3.1
Michael-Vilain
11 May 2015
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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Version 3.1
1 answer(s)
Dana-Sutton
Dana-Sutton
18 July 2016
BusyContacts v. 1.1 works fine with El Capitan.
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Hkim
04 January 2015
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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Version 3.0.8
Hkim
04 January 2015
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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Version 3.0.8
$2.99

1.8

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