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Contact grabber Mac OS X

Supports Spreadsheets, GMail & Entourage

WhoPaste 1.1, an extensive updateMac-Chi has launched WhoPaste 1.1, an extensive update to their "contact grabber" utility for Mac OS X. WhoPaste now supports creating contacts in Google Contacts, Entourage, or the Mac OS X Address Book. Version 1.1 extends the power of WhoPaste to spreadsheets allowing for the extraction of multiple contacts in a single keystroke. This update also sports many enhancements to the underlying policies including the extraction of embedded links from rich text fields.

Mac-Chi has launched WhoPaste 1.1WhoPaste users can create contact records in any of the supported data stores by simply copying text to the clipboard and then invoking a single user-configurable hot key.

WhoPaste 1.1 adds:

WhoPaste 1.0:

Details/requirements: 4.5 MB download Requires Mac OS X version 10.4.3 Tiger or later Universal Binary works on PowerPC and Intel

Pricing and Availability: The full version still costs only $10 (USD), with a limited demo available. Version 1.1 is offered as a free update to existing users.

WhoPaste 1.1
WhoPaste Screencasts
Lots of Screenshots
Download WhoPaste: WhoPaste.dmg.zip

Located in historic fun-loving Austin, Texas, Mac-Chi is a privately funded company founded in 2006 by Steve Cronin. Mac-Chi focuses exclusively on the Macintosh and iPhone platforms using the Mac OS X Address Book as its central platform for innovation. Mac-Chi delivers contact-friendly software that enlivens your people. Copyright 2006-2009 Mac-Chi. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries. Google, Gmail, and the Google logo, are registered trademarks of Google Inc. Entourage and the Entourage logo, are registered trademarks of Microsoft Inc. - Austin, Texas - Published on 06/01/09


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