Not Particularly Easy — Needs More Features
I wanted to use this application to create a new group of addresses, not just to edit existing ones in V-Card format, and save them as a CSV file. These could then be imported into Address Book or any other program that can import V-Cards or CSVs. It could use a “duplicate card” command so that if all you wanted to do was to change the name (say, husband-wife as separate contacts). When editing, the fields aren’t particularly sensitive to editing activation (I’m used to one click to open a field for editing). The address field is actually (and understandably) several fields, but you first have to open the address box, then click it several times before it opens the fields, then click the first field (which is the ZIP Code — a V-Card Standard maybe?) before you can open and edit it. It would also be helpful if the editor would remember and “suggest” oft-repeated text, such as a city name.
Unable to open a vcard file exported from Google Contacts, can I get my money back?
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Actually works quite well
Have been using vCard Editor for over three months – first under Mavericks, and now under Yosemite – and it has worked well. While the user interface is not the easiest to grasp, but it has worked flawlessly for me in editing over 300 entries in a shared Contacts database. The advantage of vCard Editor is obvious in that you can batch edit, or copy and paste data beween large numbers of cards easily – which makes my job as a system administrator much easier. I can highly recommend vCard Editor to anyone tasked with maintaining a clean, and precise Contacts directory.
Does Not Work
Should have paid attention to the reviews left on this and other applications written by this person. It’s a rip off. I’ll be asking Apple for a credit.