When Cardhop debuted last fall, it immediately became a must-have app in my Mac’s menu bar. The way it handles adding notes and interacting with recent contacts works great with how I interact with email for example. The latest update to Cardhop out this week includes improvements to the recently introduced printing feature, improvements to drag and drop, and support for Instagram as a social network field.

Check out the Cardhop Version 1.1.3 release notes below:

– Added Instagram as a social profile type – Added an option to skip already used labels when printing a sheet of labels – Pressing return when a contact is selected will now begin editing the contact – Dragging and dropping a contact into another app will now drop the contact name and a link to the contact – Selecting a contact picture from a file will now show options to crop the picture – Fixed an issue when using Skype to call phone numbers without a country code – Various fixes and improvements

Cardhop is available for $19.99 on the Mac App Store. The latest update is available for free for existing customers.

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