I’ve seen several business card-like apps over the years. Ping is probably the best executed version of this, although it doesn’t quite meet my needs.
After entering someone’s email, it adds them as a contacts within the app; however, these contacts are only accessible on mobile (iPhone), housing only a small subset of people I know. I’m seeking a more comprehensive tool to use as a personal CRM of all the people I know, indexed, categorized, and easy to update. Ping isn’t that (yet!?) but for those looking to simply replace the business card exchange ritual, this is the best solution I’ve found.
Great contact tool that I remembered when I ran out of business cards at an event.
Used it on Android predominantly. Don't see a need to order myself a pack of personal bizcards for events. Will save me 100$ at least.
You are just take a photo of paper card and all done! That's cool! Nothing more to describe!
- You can try Bric app which works well as a business card scanner, has options to export data in csv and also store a copy to phone book / Google contacts etc amongst many other features. Bric also supports sharing of original business card to anyone on mobile or computer.
There is no alternative for Google Keep which is very dissapointing in terms of app having bunch of minor and one major bug which makes it useless. Any note taking app could make "sticky notes" view and I would switch happily from Keep which is forgotten and abandoned by its developers