vCardConverter for Excel converts data from an excel document (.xls or .xlsx) or a csv (comma-separated) file into a vCard file (or optionally one vCard file per row) or an Outlook contact. It displays the data and you can preview and modify (manually or via search and replace) the data on the fly before the export. You can also save modified data as a new Excel document, which turns the app into a spread sheet editor in its own right.
The vCard columns are assigned via drag and drop, the column configuration can be saved and reloaded for a later export session. You can also create custom fields and decide if you want to export their contents into the notes field. You don't need to have MS Excel installed on your computer.
The free version exports the first 10 rows only, the in-app purchase removes this limitation.
Fixes a problem that could occur if the notes field in the data source contained line breaks.
Again, thanks for all the valuable feedback!
Ratings and Reviews
i dont know why all the negative reviews, maybe it was an older version? app works fantasticly and is super easy to use - exactly what i'd expect from a mac app - though the interface is slightly laggy when click-and-dragging the categories.
Can’t get the Full Version
Update the app to work and we can see the pricing of the full version.
Developer Response ,
Do you mean you have a problem with the InApp-purchase? It seemed to have worked for many other users :-). The price is 10,99 USD. Best wishes from Berlin, Max
Doesn’t work properly
The Titles and Name fields are switched and the address labels don’t come through
Developer Response ,
Hi there, thanks for the review, you have to assign the columns yourself, I'm glad to help if you are encountering any problems or need assistance (support_at_excel2vcard.com). Also, please watch the intro video at www.excel2vCard.com.
Best wishes, Max
- Maximilian Tyrtania
- 21.2 MB
- OS X 10.10 or later, 64-bit processor
- English, French, German, Japanese, Simplified Chinese, Spanish
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Maximilian Tyrtania
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.