Did you know that Automator on Mac is a great way to automate your workflow? You can even use it to back up contacts in OS X. Here’s how.
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If you have stored your contacts on iCloud and wish to use them in other programs, then you can export your contacts to a CSV file for easy use. Here’s how.
Using the Mail app on Mac? There’s a feature that constantly scans your emails and finds contacts to add. Want to turn this off? Here’s how to disable contacts scanning.
For Android users, sometimes it’s a hassle to transfer Android contacts, photos, applications & messages over to an iPhone. This guide will help with that.
Do you have thousands of contacts on your iPhone? Whether you need to create a backup or want to export, here’s how to export iPhone contacts in Windows 8.
Just made the switch from iOS to Android? If so, you’ll probably wondering how to get your contacts from one device to another. Here are 5 apps to do that.
There are a handful of nifty tricks out there that you can use to maximize the potential of your Android contacts list. Here are five of those tricks.
Most Android phones come with the ability to import and export contacts and you don’t need to install any app to do that. Here’s how you can do so.
You probably have tons of duplicate contacts on your Android phone. Here are a few ways to remove/merge duplicate contacts on Android.
If you don’t want your contact list to be inmudated with hundreds of Facebook friends, here is an easy fix to remove Facebook contacts from your iPhone.
When you change your handset, one of the most annoying tasks is to transfer contacts from your old phone to the new one. One way to transfer your contacts from iPhone to any other device would be to connect it to your computer, sync the contacts using iTunes and pray that the new device can sync with iTunes as well. Here are a few ways you can easily transfer contacts from iPhone to Android.
While you’re sleeping, the last thing you want is request from friends to play Farmvillle with them. This is where the “Do Not Disturb” features in iOS 6 comes in handy.
The Contacts app in the iPhone may be a functional and usable app, but it is really a weak app compared to others in the market. If you are looking for a better way to manage your contacts, here are four amazing contacts apps that you can use on iPhone.
With so many social networks, email addresses, phone numbers, and not to mention the increasing number of mobile device that one owns, managing your contacts has become a tedious task. For those who feel that the default Contacts app in Android is lacking in features, here is one Contacts app that can completely change the way you handle your contacts.
While the Address Book app is the default app for contact management on Apple devices, that doesn’t mean it is the best. Cobook is a pretty unbeatable app if you’re in need of constant communication with your Google Contacts on your Mac.
Have you ever visited your address book to get an old friend’s contact number but found it to be the wrong one? Such mishaps are bound to happen when you do not regularly update your address book. But that is something easier said than done. Our friends keep multiple email addresses and phone numbers; some […]
There are a lot of ways to personalize the look and feel of your Android phone. Applications can add functionality to what’s already there. Phonebook 2.0 is a phonebook replacement application and it adds a ton of features to your contact list. Having your contact list be the central social hub for your Android phone […]
If you are one of those who switched from Blackberry or Android to iPhone, I bet the first question you will ask is how can you transfer the contacts over? While it requires some meddling around with different software, it is definitely not a difficult task. In this article, we will show you how you […]