JABMenu is OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) Ready!
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Download Details

  • Version: 2.6
  • Post Date: January 10, 2012
  • License: Trialware
  • File Size: 1.9MB

System Requirements

  • Mac OS X 10.5+
  • Contacts in Your Address Book
While JABMenu should work on all computers that meet the requirements, please test JABMenu to see if it is compatible with your system before you register. The beauty of trialware is that you can determine if a product will meet your needs before you buy it so please, please exercise this great feature!

Key Features

  • Mac OS 10.5+ (including OS X 10.8 - Mountain Lion) Compatibility
  • Universal Binary
  • Utilizes Data from Your Address Book
  • Convenient System-Wide Access
  • Broad Support for Dialing Including Using Dialectic, Skype, or Other Scriptable Softphones
  • Included Actions:
    • Dial Phone Number
    • Show Address on Map
    • Start New Chat
    • Make New Email
    • Open URL
    • View in Large Type Window
    • Copy to Clipboard
    • Insert in Frontmost Application
    • Speak Selection
    • Run AppleScript
    • Edit Contact
  • Localizations:
    • English
    • French
Download ↓ 1.9MB Buy Now | $15 User’s Guide Version History More Applications
v2.6 released January 10, 2012.
JABMenu is a convenient and intuitive way to utilize your Address Book data through a system-wide menu. The application provides quick access to your contacts’ phone numbers, email, instant messaging, & postal addresses, URLs, and notes. Selecting a menu item will trigger an action such as displaying the content in large type, copying it to the clipboard, creating a new email, dialing the phone*, or showing an address on a map using an online mapping service.
JABMenu

It’s Your Data, Get To It

Using JABMenu, you can quickly drill down through your Address Book information in a variety of ways: alphabetically, by company or group, even by geographic location. Once you’ve found the contact you need, simply select the specific information you want (such as an email address or a phone number) and do something useful with it — insert it into your current document, copy it to the clipboard, show in large type, create a new email message & more.
You’ve spent time compiling your contact data, why not make the most of it?