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Cardhop only supports English at this time.
Cardhop uses a complex, custom-built engine to recognise your input and convert it, so it's not a simple task to localize into other languages. We are looking into adding support for other languages in the future.
Open macOS System Preferences > Internet Accounts. Here, you'll either already have your accounts added or need to add them. Once your accounts have been added, make sure the Contacts option is enabled for each account.
Cardhop is only available for the Mac, but it will sync all changes with your iOS devices as long as you have the cloud service configured on your iOS device. There is currently no iOS version of Cardhop.
Cardhop sends emails with your Mac's default mail app, which you can customize. Here's how to change the default mail app:
Your iPhone or Bluetooth phone needs to be paired with your Mac before Cardhop can use it. Check System Preferences > Bluetooth and make sure your device is paired with your Mac. Once you've paired your device, check Cardhop Preferences > Actions and look for your device in the Call Using list.
No, but the built-in macOS Contacts app has this feature. Open Contacts, then select the Card menu > Look for Duplicates...
Cardhop is unable to search LDAP or Exchange GAL directories at this time.
A single license purchased from the Flexibits Store can be used for personal use by a family of up to six people on multiple Macs. If you want to use Cardhop with people who aren't in the same family, such as a business context, then you'll need to purchase additional licenses for each user. We have volume discounts available for bulk license purchases.
Cardhop does not collect or transmit any personal data. See our privacy page for more information.
Please see our acknowledgements page.