Print Mailing and Christmas Card labels or envelopes with ease - no matter what your age!
Now supports Brother Label Printers* and Dymo LabelWriters.
*wifi or with 10.15
Address Labels - print your mailing/card list address labels and envelopes in minutes. Extremely easy to use - whatever your age!
Address Labels takes care of the fitting the text/image to the label size. You just supply the contents and select label type - AddressLabels takes care of the rest.
Supports a wide range of label sheets including the most popular Avery types on Letter or A4 sheets.
Supports printing to wide variety of envelopes. You can also print to custom sized envelopes.
Supports Brother label printers and Dymo labelwriters (see below)
Address Labels remembers the label settings, making the next job even easier.
Useful for all sorts of lists - Christmas, Thanksgiving, Birthdays, Weddings, Baby Showers, storage jars, file labels etc. - use your imagination.
Speed up mass mailings by printing to address label sheets, envelopes or label rolls.
Lists can be sorted on first/last names, manually, birthday and zip/post code.
The zip/post code sort lets you target your mailings to specific neighbourhoods/locations. Also, this can be especially helpful in the USA allowing you to get the lowest possible postal rates for bulk mail.
The birthday sort allows you to create a really useful birthday list where you can see at a glance which birthdays are coming up.
Compatible with the very popular iOS AddressLabels, on the App Store since 2010.
Uses Cloud syncing (macOS 10.15 and later)
Use your lists year after year.
Personalize your labels/envelopes with an image (in-app or from disk), different text colours and fonts.
Create Return Address labels either from an address in Contacts or by manual entry.
Easily print multiple labels for anyone in your list.
Record the no. of cards written, mailed, hand-delivered or sent as eCards.
Number of stamps (including international) required displayed.
Import the names from your Contacts, spreadsheet csv files or type manually.
Imported names can use an alias on the labels e.g. you can import “Mr John Smith”, but display and print “John and Mary”, or “The Smith Family” etc. Also, you can use the person's nickname.
Record when a card/letter has been received and view the history of cards sent/received - maybe stop sending to someone who hasn't replied for a while!
Store extra information e.g. names of children, type of card person prefers etc.
The labels can be used for name and addresses obviously, but also for phone numbers and email addresses.
The label data has the "name" on the first line, and the "address" on the following lines. Of course, these do not have to be people's names and addresses. For example, you might just use the "Name" field for Storage Jar labels.
For label sheets, select from template descriptions or Avery code numbers.
(11 x 8½) - 1
(5 1/2 x 8 1/2) - 2
(3 1/2 x 5) - 4
(3 1/3 x 4) - 6
(2 x 4) - 10
(1 1/3 x4) - 14
(1 x 4) - 20
(1 1/2x 2 13/16) - 21
(1 3/8 x 2 13/16) - 24
(1 x 2 5/8) - 30
(1 x 2 13/16) - 33
(1.75 x 0.67) - 60
(1/2 x 1 3/4) - 80
(199.6 x 143.5mm) - 2
(139.0 x 99.1mm) - 4
(99.1 x 93.1mm) - 6
(99.1 x 67.7mm) - 8
(99.1 x 57mm) - 10
(70.0 x 50.1mm) - 10
(99.1 x 38.1mm) - 14
(99.1 x 33.9mm) - 16
(63.5 x 33.9mm) - 12
(63.5 x 46.6mm) - 18
(63.5 x 38.1mm) - 21
(63.5 x 33.9mm) - 24
(48.5 x 25.4mm) - 44
(38.1 x 21.2mm) - 65
Supports the more popular Brother and Dymo labels:
Brother - DK-1201, DK-11201, DK-1202, DK-11202, DK-1203, DK-11203, DK-1204, DK-11204, DK-1208, DK-11208, DK-1209, DK-11209, DK-1221, DK-11221, DK-1234, DK-11234, DK-1240, DK-11240, DK-1241, DK-11241, DK-1247, DK-11247.
Dymo - 11356 (Small Name badge), 11354 (multipurpose), 99014 (large shipping label), 11352 (Return label), 11355 (multipurpose), 99010(multipurpose).
You can also use the Brother continuous rolls and choose from several preset lengths for the labels.
The developer of AddressLabels offers superb support - Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Addresses can now be flagged as needing to be checked. So if you are not positive that the address is correct or current, flag it to be checked, and a "?" will be displayed after the address.
Names with more than one address are now highlighted with a blue "badge". If you are running Big Sur or later, the badge will contain the number of addresses. Clicking on the badge will then allow you to select the address that you want.
Some people wanted to be able to indicate that entries were completed. This might mean that a card has been mailed, or hand-delivered, for example. You can now do this by right-clicking on a name and selecting from the context menu.
It is now possible to select multiple names and perform some action e.g. remove the selections from the list, delete them from the database, change the status e.g. "written" or mark as completed.
You can now sort the list based on card status or on completed status.
Ratings and Reviews
Ok for 90's style printing
For getting the job done (in 90's fashion), this app works, but the interface looks like it was designed by an old school Windows Excel user who didn't spend any time learning how a good gui is supposed to work.
The only way I could make a nice sending label w/ a custom name and address font with our logo placed in a specific place was to export it from photoshop as an image and import it into the app (I expected this), but for the sending portion, I couldn't hack it with an image. They do have the option to differentiate the name and address fonts, but you can't change the name font size... oh and font size is designated as "height?". So I neded up with a big address for my send address and a tiny name... not usable for someone with basic graphic design needs.
Developer Response ,
thanks for the review. I would love to discuss this all with you and hopefully make improvements to the app to help you and other users. Please could you contact me on email@example.com to discuss each issue, letting me know that you had left this review. Thanks.
I don't normally write reviews. However, I have found this app to be very useful in organizing my chaotic Christmas list. I now have a comprehensive list of all my Christmas card recipients. As I receive cards, I can check off the list. It links to my Mac Address card so I can update addresses on the fly. I printed directly to an address label sheet and saved my wife hours of writing those out by hand. Next year I can use the same list and just make a few tweaks for our needs.
I've found the developer to be very receptive to comments and feedback. He actually implemented some of my suggestions right away.
If you need an Address manager to organize a portion of your contact list (for something like a Christmas list) this is your app.
Developer Response ,
Glad you like my app 😀 Thanks for your suggestions - keep them coming!
The address labels app worked perfectly for my Christmas List of 109. The app also worked very well with the Avery labels. I especially like the way it adjusts the fonts to fit the labels. It’s easy to update an address and produces a very handy list of all recipients that I will use next year to see who sent me cards. I’m just getting started and am anxious to learn more. Something that this app offers that is extremely valuable and that is if you have a problem the developer will help you every step of the way.
Developer Response ,
Hi. Glad you have found that the app has worked well for you. Glad my support has also been useful. Happy Christmas 🤶🏽🎄🎅🌲
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- N Hamilton
- 18.9 MB
- Requires macOS 10.12 or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2021 Nigel Hamilton
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.