EnvelopeCat - Envelope Printer With Postal Barcode

Developer: Runecats

Current Version: 5.3

Last Updated: 2 months ago

Download Size: 600.7 KB - Download


EnvelopeCat is a simple and easy to use app for printing address onto envelopes on the Mac.

EnvelopeCat integrates nicely with Address Book to allow you to print a single address or a whole batch of envelopes.

Of course you can use the records from Address Book but you can also enter in your own addresses from scratch.

- Print your envelope of any size
- Use margins to help align everything perfectly
- Print postal barcodes
- El Capitan compatible with Fullscreen support
- Retina Display support
- Use your own records
- The ability to add your corporate logo.
- Customise your font style and colour with ease

Print a single envelope with a stunning interface or even print an entire batch of them, you have rich sorting and a quick search at your use. When printing a singular envelope you can simply press the print stamp on the envelope to print the current envelope, it couldn't be more simple!

From EnvelopeCat 4.2 we not only support USPS PostNet postal barcodes but we also support, Royal Mail, Planet Barcodes and Japan Post!


Release Notes:

- Minor bug fixes


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.9
Review by Bobisback-backagain

Got to be the best Mac Envelope Printer - I have been searching far and wide for a program like this for Mac, I used to have one similar for Windows, but since switching for Mac I haven't found anything similar. Until now! This software is actually easier to use as it's user interface is great, Runecats support is also amazing they answered my email in about 3 minutes with the correct answer to my question. What's even more amazing is that this software is far cheaper than what I paid for my Windows one which cost $49.99 this is like a 10th of the cost! THIS IS A MUST IF YOU WANT A GOOD ENVELOPE PRINTER! Works great for my business, in fact I even used it for my friends wedding invitation envelopes the other day!

Found helpful by 4 out of 5 people
Version 2.0
Review by jsmith5050

Horrible!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! - I NEVER review apps, but this is the worst I've ever bought. I just want to print Christmas envelopes and can't get "spouse" to print on the envelope. I have 70 simple envelopes to print. To make matters worse I can't find anything on the makers website. Do NOT Buy this APP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Found helpful by 8 out of 10 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 5.3
Review by Foresthilljohn

Shouldn’t have upated - After this latest update I cannot open the program. Keeps saying “EnvelopeCat quite unexpectedly.” Only options is it ignore and it goes away or report. Reopen gives me the same message. Guess I should have left well-enough alone. Now I am without an envelope program and all the envelopes I had stored in the program I cannot access. Not good EnvelopeCat… Update: Got a respones from their customer service that the “day team” was going to look into my problem. Been two weeks and the “day team” still hasn’t contacted me. Too bad, this could have been a good program, now it is just a loss of $7.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 5.3
Review by Ãœbercrunchman

Save your money. - Ever just wanted a simple program to make a quick shipping label? Well, this aint it. After unsuccessfully trying to make one with Pages on my iPhone6 and send to dropbox to open on my Mac computer to eventually print, I gave up. Then I opened my Android tablet and tried to use Word, but they wanted me to pay a million dollars to subscribe to Windows Office for a year, so I gave up. After wasting almost an hour and a half of what should be a simple thing, I thought “Hey!, There should be a good label maker app in the Apple store for only a couple bucks, right?” So I saw this and took the bait. An hour later of trying unsuccesfully to resize the sender fonts, and having it continue to mess the return address fields up instead, I decided to read their so-called ‘Help Page’ with absolutely zero help. I feel cheated and out $6 bucks. I wish I could get a refund. Finally, I just opened the bare-bones Text Edit that came with my Mac and made a shipping label to print out on an 8X10 and taped it to a package. My goodness! Is it really that difficult to do something so simple? Anyways, save your money for something else.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people