Developer: Fultz Creative System Design, LLC

Current Version: 3.2.1

Last Updated: 17 days ago

Download Size: 21 MB - Download


Move free-form addresses from web browsers, word processors, or any text to your Mac’s address book in a couple of clicks!

How often have you tried to add an address you've seen on a web page to your address book and ended up writing it on a Post-It? There is a better way: use FormalAddress. It’s really easy and really fast.

Convert up to ten contacts at once that you’ve found in web pages, word-processing documents, or any text source (FormalAddress will handle pasted or dragged-in text and .txt, .rtf, .doc, .docx, and .htm files) and send them directly to the Apple Address Book or to VCF, CSV, and tabbed-text formats suitable for import into address books, spreadsheets, and databases.

FormalAddress recognizes addresses in 53 countries and 12 languages: all of North & South America, most of the Caribbean and most of Western Europe.

Please visit the videos section of our website ( to see how easy and fast it can be. You'll learn everything you need to know in just a few minutes!


Release Notes:

64-bit compatibility


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 2.3.0
Review by peterg5

Nice Idea, but lacks ease-of-use... - Had great expectations, but was instantly disappointed. Can add info to my address book faster by copy/paste or typing directly to the book. Would not recommend this to others. Was a nice idea , but really falls short on useability.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people