has released Address Book 5.0, a new version of its contact management software that’s been in public beta testing since January. The new version works in “Classic” Mac OS and Mac OS X, and integrates with Jaguar’s own Address Book database.
Apimac Address Book helps you track addresses, phone numbers, URLs, e-mail addresses and other contact data, and allows you to output that material to printed formats as well.
The new version of Address book gains a reworked interface divided into four sections separated by tab panes. Printing has been reworked as well, with the ability to customize pages and output four standard styles — phone book, contacts information, envelope addressing, and adhesive labels.
Contact data can now be imported from a tab-delimited text file and through vCard-formatted files as well. Export to both formats is also supported. A new version checking feature has been implemented along with a new preferences window.
Address Book 5.0 uses a Valentina database to manage its information, which is why it’s compatible with both “Classic” Mac OS and Mac OS X, but if you’re concerned about compatibility with other Jaguar-based contact management software, Address Book 5.0 is compatible with the Address Book format supported natively by Jaguar itself.
Apimac Address Book 5.0 is US$19.99 shareware. The upgrade is free for registered users.