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The Mac contacts app you'll want to use.

Cardhop lets you search, add, edit, and interact with your contacts in a fun and interactive way. Just type what you want and Cardhop will figure it out!

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Google Contacts

New, amazing contact manager

Kesava Mandiga- Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
Cross-platform contact sync for all devices.
Kesava Mandiga- Curious cat. Writer. Explorer.
Hands down the best no-fuss solution to managing contacts. I change devices pretty often and I never think of contacts at all - Google Contacts syncs everything. The web dashboard to manage contacts is a neat feature.
Angelos Arnis- Product Designer
I have forgotten that I have contacts to manage with google contacts. Out of sight out of mind. I have changed multiple devices and the contacts are there and up to date
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Google Contacts Map

See all your Google Contacts on a Google Map

If you keep all of your contacts in Google you might be interested in seeing a map showing their locations. Tech weblog Digital Inspiration shows how you can use their script to connect to your Google account and display a map of your contacts in Google Maps or Google Earth.
Digital Inspiration
Written by Amit Agarwal on Jul 12, 2017 Want to know where you friends and family are? Map My Contacts, an open-source web app, will help you quickly visualize the location of your Google contacts on a world map.
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What is the best contact manager for Mac?

Andrea BoiDesigner at Elpis Investments
Folk - The next generation contact manager
"The best I've found, and I've tested A LOT. Folk is perfect for easily importing contacts from multiple sources, tagging and creating simpl… See more
BusyContacts - A OS X contacts manager that's faster and more efficient
"Yes, it is perfect when you combine it with Busycal!"
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