Mar 02, 2015 - Mac-Chi announces Wordaux 1.0.1, a data extraction tool, designed to empower Mac users to leverage data as they encounter it. Wordaux can be used by sales executives, students doing research, hipster life-hackers, or just the generally curious. Examples of usage include: creating contacts directly from spreadsheet data, building a note base for a research paper, augmenting an existing spreadsheet with data found on the web, or following up on interesting articles found while surfing the web.
Aug 15, 2011 - In its introductory release, Googaby has amassed a collection of tools and capabilities that dramatically enhances Apple's Address Book. Googaby provides over 30 built-in filters which are conceptually similar to Address Book's Groups, but provide significant new capabilities. Users can drag selected contacts from Googaby's browser directly into spreadsheets - no export or import is required. The data that appears in the spreadsheet is fully customizable.
Jun 15, 2010 - Mac-Chi is proud to take both WhoPaste and WhoP-G into the worldwide market. The main window in version 1.2 is now available in 20 different languages. The new customizable hints add further support for international as well as niche markets. Both iPhone and iPad users can create new contacts by just copying text from any application or by just speaking when using the Dictation app from Dragon. WhoPaste creates records in Apple's Contact app, while WhoP-G creates records in Google Contacts.
Apr 29, 2010 - Mac-Chi is proud to announce two iPhone apps: WhoPaste and WhoP-G. WhoPaste creates records in Apple's Contact app, which runs on the iPhone. WhoP-G creates records in Google's Contacts application, which runs in the cloud. iPhone users can copy text from any application and then launch either WhoPaste or WhoP-G both of which recognize company names, job titles, phone numbers, email addresses, urls, and postal addresses. The new contact is previewed allowing for editing any of the information.
Apr 12, 2010 - WhoPaste version 4.6 allows Mac users to select some text and then use a control click or hot key to create a Task in iCal, Daylite, or Entourage. WhoPaste opens the Daylite or Entourage Task window allowing users to complete the specification. For iCal, WhoPaste provides a custom heads up display window directly beneath the mouse click. WhoPaste provides a similar mechanism for creating contacts in Apple's Address Book, Google's Contacts, Marketcircle's Daylite, and Microsoft's Entourage.
Mar 12, 2010 - Austin based Mac-Chi today announces WhoPaste's first step in time and task integration. WhoPaste version 4.5 adds instant iCal To Dos. The new iCal To Dos can be created with just a control click on Snow Leopard or with a user configurable hot key on Leopard. Mac-Chi has also enhanced the underlying data model and simplified the installation process. The older two-step installation process has been replaced with the more familiar and customer-friendly 'drop a file on a folder' process.
Feb 03, 2010 - Mac-Chi today announces WhoPaste 4.4, an update to their popular contact utility. With WhoPaste Macintosh users finally have a system-wide hot key for initializing new contacts in Address Book, Daylite, Entourage, or Google Contacts. WhoPaste is the most efficient way to create contacts on Macintosh. For brand new contact data just use the new user-configurable hot key. For existing contact data just select the text, control-click, and let WhoPaste extract the contact data automatically.
Jan 18, 2010 - Mac-Chi today releases WhoPaste 4.3, their popular contact utility for Mac OS X. With a single keystroke, WhoPaste can create contact records from the selected text in web pages, e-mails messages, or even spreadsheets. WhoPaste supports Marketcircle's award winning Daylite, as well as Apple's Address Book, Google's Contacts, and Entourage. Version 4.3 adds dynamic rule management, implementing opportunity creation in Daylite, and expanding the custom data extractions available for Daylite.
Dec 21, 2009 - Mac-Chi today announces WhoPaste 4.1, an update to their powerful contact utility. WhoPaste is a powerful front-end utility for Apple's Address Book, Marketcircle's Daylite, Google's Contacts, and Microsoft's Entourage. WhoPaste creates contact records directly from web pages, emails, text documents and spreadsheets with a single keystroke. Version 4.1 provides for assigning computed Daylite values, introduces two new modes of operation, and significantly enhances the extraction process.