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Cardhop Reviews1.3.5

09 September 2020

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5
LeMerlot
18 June 2019
Version: 1.3

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5
LeMerlot
18 June 2019
Version: 1.3
Top addition for my Mac !
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5
soarhevn
08 May 2019
Version: 1.2.3
Really been enjoying Cardhop and the features it has above Apple's Contacts app. Had a strange bug in 1.2.3 where the title and company would disappear after a few seconds of entry and before I was able to save the card. Filed a bug with them, and was happy with their relentless pursuit of a fix despite the difficulty to reproducing and tracking it down. All fixed now, and I'm a fan.
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5
Sonnendeck
02 May 2019
Version: 1.2.3
Cardhop is getting better. Already a better alternative to Apple's contacts. Good luck for the developers!
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0.5
Michael Frankel
27 March 2019
Version: 1.2
Version 1.2 crashes under Sierra (10.12.6). Report submitted to the developer.
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Macbookpro
05 May 2018
Version: 1.1
1.1.1 just came out. Added a smart group option to match contacts that are a company or a person Template preferences now apply to new contacts created by Cardhop's parser Fixed smart group criteria for "is set" and "is not set" not working in some cases Fixed an issue where Cardhop could hang at launch in certain situations Various fixes and improvements
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5
Ranjansen
01 November 2017
Version: 1.0.1
Awesome! a CoBook replacement and better. Please do not go the way of Full Contact. Keep up the good work.
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5
Jlock
30 October 2017
Version: 1.0.1
Cool little app
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5
Drfrank
24 October 2017
Version: 1.0.1
Cardhop's developers were bang on when they wrote, "…we learned that the whole contacts “genre” is bad. Really bad." We've all watched MacOS contacts databases come and go. What we haven't seen before is an innovative company like Flexibits, the developers of Fantastical, spend years developing an app that redefines how we interact with our contacts. My recommendations: 1. Watch their short video. 2. Download the demo. Cardhop is definitely worthy of your time. One more thing: Apple's Contacts app has been so uninteresting that I ignored a double iCloud group listing for years. Even though this was obviously an Apple/User problem, Flexibits support stepped up and solved my issue. Thank you Kent.
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Rochade
23 October 2017
Version: 1.0.1
I use owncloud as my carddav server and have many problems using the contacts app in macOS. As cardhop depends on the contacts app, I can't use it. Why isn't there an option to set up an account without using the main contacts app? BusyContacts works perfectly well.
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dwp-1
22 October 2017
Version: 1.0.1
Hand utility for $15. I was using Interact for parsing my contact data. Cardhop jumps up into another level of not only parsing the data but actually allowing the user to use that data without opening Contacts.app. You can make calls via bluetooth or Continuity/Wi-Fi calling very quickly form Cardhop, my favorite feature thus far. The contacts groups feature is quite useful when sending an email to a group of people. The ability to quickly find contact information is a big plus for me. Cardhop give you much more information and the ability to edit your contact data, that most of the launcher apps do not allow you to do. I Have to say that am very pleased with it thus far.
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hmurchison
18 October 2017
Version: 1.0
The Parser looks like it works wonderfully like most Flexibit apps. Love how easy it is to add a new contact via natural language or even update them. Very clean UI. Finally a contacts app that won't frustrate me. Something i'll likely use everyday.
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5
Jools
18 October 2017
Version: 1.0
The first impression is very favourable, and for those who are still using CoBook and never switched to FullContact's cloud service, Cardhop seems like it could well be a worthy successor.

Its looks and functioning shares much of the polish of Fantastical, and if Flexbits devote as much attention to keeping it up-to-date as they do with Fantastical, its future looks bright.
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