Trust me, Cardhop is the only contacts app for your Mac that you’ll actually want to use a regular basis. In its latest incarnation, Cardhop brings support for Instagram as a social profile type in the contact fields, plus drag and drop improvements and other updates.
Next, you can now drag your selected contact from Cardhop and drop it onto another app’s window, like Pages or TextEdit. Doing so will drop the contact name and a link to the contact.
If you like to browse your contacts visually and have painstakingly added profile pics to your most important people in Contacts, you’ll be pleased to learn that selecting a contact picture from a file will now show options to crop the picture.
Another great shortcut: pressing Return when a contact is selected will now begin editing the contact. They’ve also added an option to skip already used labels when printing a sheet of labels and fixed an issue when using Skype to call phone numbers without a country code.
Today’s update is provided at no additional charge to existing users.
Cardhop requires macOS El Capitan 10.11 or later.