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FullContact app lands on Android to bring order in the chaos of your contacts list

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FullContact app lands on Android to bring order in the chaos of your contacts list
It can be a pretty frustrating experience to connect, sync and manage multiple contact lists on any phone, but the smorgasbord of Android apps that claim to do this is especially perplexing. 

Enter FullContact, the aptly-named application that aims to solve the address book puzzle in a clean and easy way. The beauty of it is that it works across platforms, so you will have the same names, photos, addresses, emails, phone numbers, and social networking accounts displayed across your Android, iOS or Windows devices.

The app will notify you when folks change any of their info, and you can update it accordingly, or update all changes in bulk. You also get to link up to 5 Gmail and iCloud accounts, which should be enough for most purposes, and the app lets you simply swipe or tap on a contact to start a call, text, email, or enter notes and tags. The syncing process is pretty painless, and you can try it out for free, so check it out from the source link below, if FullContact has piqued your interest.

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posted on 30 Oct 2015, 08:45 3

1. shinywindow (unregistered)


Title is incorrect. Should be "bring order to the chaos" not "in the chaos"

posted on 30 Oct 2015, 15:27

2. vijaysivakula (Posts: 224; Member since: 17 Aug 2011)


$9.99 per month? Are they drunk? Or just kidding?

posted on 30 Oct 2015, 18:03

3. HildyJ (Posts: 305; Member since: 11 Aug 2012)


Way too expensive; way too limited.

I want a contact manager that will pull from and push to Gmail, Yahoo Mail, and Outlook on Android and Windows (phone and PC). For the fashionistas, add the Apple iOS and OSX apps. It should store all possible information from each contact database and intelligently push only the acceptable information to each contact database.

I'd pay $25/year for a license to install that software on up to five devices with up to five email accounts per device. You might even talk me into $50. But $120/year is just silly.

posted on 04 Nov 2015, 07:07

4. uffa3 (Posts: 1; Member since: 04 Nov 2015)


just an other big data spyware? Really better a cloud contact manager as glipme.com that syncs ANY device without "apps"

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