The Christmas Card List 4+

Keeping track of your cards

David Breed

Designed for iPad

    • 4.7 • 1.7K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Tired of trying to figure out who you sent a Christmas card to last year? Or who sent you one? Let The Christmas Card List handle it for you.

• No more forgetting who you sent a card to, or who sent you a card
• Track sent/received cards from previous years
• Writing addresses on envelopes can be a pain and time consuming. Select your addresses, select your label and print using AirPrint or email it to print later.
• Sign in using your Google or Facebook account, or create an account to sync your information between all your devices
• Simple and Easy!

What’s New

Version 5.1.2

Resolved some compatibility issues with older iOS version.

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
1.7K Ratings

1.7K Ratings

Africa66 ,


This app is the perfect companion to keep me organized for card giving. I read through the reviews and noticed how much the developer is interacting with the feedback and making improvements. I make my own cards and always have a hard time remembering who got which one; the notes section is a great solution for that. I used to keep my list of names in my “to-do” app and then I’d go to my contacts app to find the addresses. This app links the addresses from my contacts app which streamlined that process so I can do it all from one place. I haven’t used the feature yet to print the addresses; I like that option is there if I needed it though. I gladly paid $1.99 to get the add-free version. Overall I really like this app. It’s saved me a lot of time and helps keep me organized in the hustle and bustle of the season.

GeeBeeBoy ,

Didn’t work on iPad or iPhone

I tried to use this several times, with no luck. It did import correctly from my contact list. I made some changes to include spouse names or children’s names, and saved the changes. None of the saved changes persisted. On the iPad, the list appears in the Overview mode, but no entries appear at all in the address mode. On the iPhone, both views are populated, but the changes I made disappeared overnight. Also, when working with it to enter data, it bogged down to the point that it was typing one letter per about 5 seconds. I tried making changes in my contact list and then updating from the contact list in the app, but that didn’t work for the name field, only for the address fields. Oddly, out of about 20 or 30 name field changes, one persisted. Since I was signed into the same account on the iPhone and the iPad, all the views should have matched, but they didn’t. I tried quitting the app, signing out and signing back in on both devices, but no luck getting both devices to sync up. Also, when I did save changes in the address view, about 5 Save screens would pop up one after the other and I would have to click save on all of them in turn. (At a rate of about 3 seconds per click) I gave up today after seeing all the changes I made yesterday on the iPhone were gone (except that one) and the addresses view was still blank and no changes saved on the iPad. Pretty design, though. That’s your one star.

Palmetto Fellow ,

Well designed

I needed an easy way to update our card list and found this to be intuitive. I quickly entered addresses and names and look forward to printing labels on envelopes next year since that task was completed. So glad I won’t have an issue with outdated software or crashed HDD where my contacts can’t be accessed or updated.

I only have one question and concern that wasn’t mentioned in the app description, how/where is my data stored and is my privacy guaranteed? I certainly want to be reassured that my addresses would never be shared or sold. Many thanks for your app and any response.

App Privacy

The developer, David Breed, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Linked to You

The following data may be collected but it is not linked to your identity:

  • Usage Data
  • Diagnostics

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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