Alternative products to The Contact Guru

11 alternative and related products to The Contact Guru

The Contact Guru
Managing your contact list so you don't have to

The Contact Guru is a simple web app for helping you manage and organize you contact list. It is more expansive and flexible than simply using the contacts app on your phone or with Google. I am actively adding the new features daily, but let me know what you think! :)

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11 Alternatives to The Contact Guru

>we (More Than We) is a digital business card that makes it simple and effective to organise the people you meet. Add location, a note and groups to each new connection, whilst sharing one of multiple profiles and then getting reminders to follow up.

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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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Rick Fox
Not a hard-core contact data manipulation tool, but a great UI replacement for MacOS Contacts - fast, clean, intuitive and beautiful. They just made it exponentially better by adding an iOS version.
Nicholas Milot
Fast, Simple and Beautiful
Jay Holtslander
Will make you want to delete Apple's contacts app.
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9to5Mac
Flexibits, the team behind the excellent calendar app Fantastical, is out with a brand new Mac app that turns your messy contacts database into something completely usable and interactive. Cardhop is a super smart contacts app that lives in the menu bar and makes the built-in Contacts app feel like it was made 20 years ago.
BGR
Fantastical is one of the great calendar apps for iPhone, iPad, and Mac, and the company that makes it, Flexibits, decided to fix one other Mac problem. Meet Cardhop, an app that's meant to make contacts great again on the Mac.
BrettTerpstra.com
Flexibits just released their new Mac contact management app, Cardhop. I've been beta testing this app for a bit and it immediately became as much a part of my workflow as Fantastical (not coincidentally also by Flexibits), which is an app I use all day, every day.
Gizmodo
I have not organized my contacts in the Apple Contacts app in nearly a decade. For every meticulously maintained contact (usually people I mail gifts to for the holidays) there are hundreds of other contacts polluting the field. So many it would take me a few days and a lot of wine to finally sort through them all.
Idownloadblog
Fantastical makers Flexibits have been teasing their upcoming contacts management app for macOS, a passion project years in the making, and now it's finally here- Cardhop for macOS is available starting today on Mac App Store. Before Cardhop, most if not all contacts apps were basically boring databases.
iMore
Cardhop isn't a contacts app, it's a connection launcher with powerful search and actions that'll fundamentally change how you interact with people on your Mac.
Macrumors
Flexibits, the company that makes popular calendar app Fantastical, today launched a new contacts management app, Cardhop. Designed to be more than just a simple contacts app, Cardhop is interactive and is designed to be your communications hub, allowing you to email, message, and interface with your contacts from one central location.
TechCrunch
Flexibits, the company behind popular calendar app Fantastical, is releasing a new app for macOS today. Cardhop is another take on a default productivity app. This time, the company is trying to improve the Contacts app. It is available on the Mac App Store for $19.99, with a $14.99 introductory sale.
The Verge
I gave up on my contacts list a long time ago. It got too big, too messy, and too confusing. But for the first time in a while, I actually want to dive back in and straighten it up. That's thanks...
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