Developer: Chronos Inc.
Current Version: 7.6.0
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 52.1 MB - Download
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Labelist is the fastest way to design and print professional address labels, disc labels, envelopes and letterhead. Whether you're reinventing your company image, producing a mass mailing, or simply sending a letter to a friend, Labelist has you covered.
BONUS - FREE ARTWORK!
Labelist comes with twenty-six FREE iScrapKits which would cost $140 if purchased separately. These iScrapKits contain 1,300+ graphics for creating beautiful labels, envelopes and letterhead.
• Address & shipping labels
• Envelopes & letterhead
• CD/DVD labels, jewel case inserts, booklets, etc.
• File folder labels, name badges, etc.
• 15+ barcode types, serial numbers, automatic numbering
ADDRESS LABELS & ENVELOPES
• Integrates with the Mac OS X Address Book -- simply select contacts to automatically create mailing labels or envelopes
• 20+ pre-formatted address blocks with automatic address formatting
• 8 text scaling options ensure that names & addresses ALWAYS fit on the label
• POSTNET barcodes and U.S. Postal FIM support
• Dynamic U.S. postal guideline display for easy envelope layouts
• Contact data can be imported from Microsoft Entourage, Excel, FileMaker, etc.
CREATE A PROJECT
• Support for 1,500+ label card stocks from Avery® and other popular label manufacturers
• Includes 650 professionally-designed Smart Templates and Ready-Made Designs
• The Template Wizard lets you use existing templates -- or create your project from scratch
CUSTOMIZE A PROJECT
• Integrated iPhoto and Aperture photo browsers (including support for iPhoto events)
• With Live Editing, edit any text on a label or envelope right in the preview mode (including data that came from Address Book)
• Twenty-six FREE iScrapKits (a $140 Value) containing 1,300+ graphics from artists all over the world
• Access the iScrapbook Store to acquire more iScrapKit artwork
PRINT A PROJECT
• Easily choose the starting label position on a sheet of labels and the number of labels to print
• Print labels & envelopes on your inkjet or laser printer
• Support for dedicated label printers from DYMO, Seiko and Brother
• Envelope Wizard makes printing envelopes easier than ever
• Direct-to-disc (CD/DVD/Bluray) printing using Canon, Epson and HP printers
• Preferred printer support for users with multiple printers
• Export designs as images or PDF files
TEXT & GRAPHIC TOOLS
• Curved & spiral text (ideal for disc labels)
• Dynamic font previews
• 35+ shapes including smart shapes such as gears, stars, etc.
• Create your own shapes using bezier paths
• Photo cropping, special effects, 100+ photo masks
• Image reflections
• Drop shadows, transparency and gradients
• Real-time alignment guides, rulers and grids
• Object rotation, flipping, grouping and locking
• Text bin and Favorites bin for easy re-use of text & graphics
• Smart Inspector features context-sensitive tools
• Full layer support (background layer, foreground layer and unlimited user-defined layers)
• Fixed a problem where cropped images would lose image effects (e.g. a mask effect) during printing
• Fixed problem importing tab-delimited text files with an inconsistent number of fields per record
• Removed the Envelope Feed button from Preview mode. Now whenever an envelope is printed, the Envelope Feed sheet is displayed first.
• Fixed problem with gaps in linen background when running under 10.9
• If you like Labelist, please take the time to give us a nice review: it really helps.
Most Helpful Reviews
Best label program I have ever used - Easy to use. After importing my contact list to the OSX contact app, all of my contacts appeared within Labelist. I just printed 30 mailing labels for Holiday cards, no formatting issues at all using Avery labels. Very happy with this one…. Great job Chronos!
Bad product maintenance - I was pleased with the application until an automatic update caused the print layout settings to malfunction. Despite two service requests, and two weeks of waiting, the company has failed to respond by communication or by correcting the problem. Under the present circumstances the product is useless and I wish I had my money back. Date of the this review is Jan 18, 2014.
More Reviews for Current Version
Labels - I am new to the iMac and that could be why but I am having the hardest time using this app. I can’t get one label to look good enough to print. I can’t download the art kits. Its just been very hard for me to use.
I’m happy with it, so far. - I realized that I needed a ton of stickers for my small business, but didn’t want to pay someone else to make them for me. This works out amazingly. I had to do a little playing around with it, but I got two sets of sample prints done that are great. I didn’t read the tutorial, so I have to get around to that, eventually. I managed to customize the stickers to the exact size that I wanted. The only thing that bothers me, so far, is that when I am customizing my stickers, I’m not able to change the shape. Lucky for my business, the logo is already circular, as are my sticker sheets. I think this would be a problem for someone, if that was really important, or if the logo really demanded it. That is something that should be looked into in the next version of this app.
Must have! - I am amazed with both Microsoft and Apple products how few decent label Apps there are out there. I did a lot with Appleworks until it went defunct. Labelist is the only program I have found that gives me the flexibility to create my own designs. And, most delightfully, can pull info right out of my contacts with one click. I have not had any problems with the software. Great job in filling a huge need!
Software crashing with Yosemite - Bought it in hopes that it would be faster and more reliable than other label software, but having problems crashing. Tech support responded on first business day after report and indicated that software is support and should run under Yosemite, and requested crash report. Don’t have it working yet, but 3 stars for response from tech support.