ContactSync - CardDAV and more

ContactSync - CardDAV and more

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ContactSync is an Android app which allows you to sync your Android contacts with CardDAV, FTP, HTTP, WebDAV servers or local files (stored on the device or e.g. as a mail attachment). There are also a lot of additional features available. All this can also be done independent from the Google services.

Do you want to check out the app for free? You can test the app and all its features without any limitations by installing this free special test version here:https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.vcard.android.free

Features:
•Using a self-created parser which supports complex and more features than other contact sync applications.
•Supporting vCards in all availbale versions (4.0, 3.0 and 2.1).
•Supporting much more android contact fields then other apps (IMPORT and EXPORT).
•Contact photos can also be automatically be loaded from the web!
•Importing contacts stored on the android device (.vcf or .vcard).
•Importing multiple .vcf files at once.
•The app will be associated to this files too.
•Importing contacts which have been attached to mails.
•Backup all the contacts and groups available on your device to .vcf files.
•Fingerfriedly user interface.
•Load, parse and sync contact infomration direct from the Internet from different sources.
•Supporting different ways of handling double contacts:Ignoring, Replacing, Merging
•Supporting groups (native groups in vCard 4.0 and mapping of categories in vCard 3.0 and 2.1)
•Automatic background sync
•Supporting network sources for contact information.
•Supporting CardDAV (supports syncing from and to a server (two way sync))
•Easy and simple configuration through automatic addressbook detection (CardDAV)
•Supporting HTTP/HTTPS (supports syncing from and to a server (two way sync))
•Supporting FTP/FTPS (supports syncing from and to a server (two way sync))
•Supporting WebDAV/WebDAVs (supports syncing from and to a server (two way sync))
•Supporting two way syncs to local files (useful if you e.g. use that in combination with a cloud data store)
•Supporting self signed certificates
•Multi-language: Currently English, German, French(Thx Yann).
If you are interested in translating the app in other languages please contact me and I will then send you an invitation to a translation project.

Interesting features for large-scale orders:
•Setup and configure your server connections through adb
•Licensing for large-scale orders

The app handles more contact/group data then other apps e.g.:
address, birthdays, anniversaries, custom events, categories, groups, notes, email, instant messages, name, nickname, organizations, photos (also high res), relations, phonetic names, websites, roles, titles, Apple specific extensions, Mime dir groups, Android specific extensions, self defined custom labels, favorite contacts

The app has been sucessfully tested with more then 30 different CardDAV Servers like Apple iCloud, Marketcircle Daylight, or Owncloud. You can find a list here:http://ntbab.dyndns.org/apache2-default/seite/carddavproviderCE.html

Permissions:
You can find detailed information to the permissions at my website.

If you mention any problems please contact me at consync@gmx.at. If you add problems to to comments I can NOT help you because I need some information about your configuration and so on. I'm sure that I can help you to reach your goals and that I can provide the necessary support :)

Tags: file extension contactsync, .contact, carddav synology, contacts2vcf, owncloud contactsync, .contact to, contact swnc.cn, import catacts to carddav, vcard sync, .contact datei in .vcard.

Recently changed in this version

If you mention any problems please contact me at consync@gmx.at. I'm sure that I can help you to reach your goals and that I can provide the necessary support :)

8.2
update contact appointments also when it has been created on the device
added workaround for MailEnable 7 Server bug


Comments and ratings for ContactSync - CardDAV and more
  • (72 stars)

    by Francesco Grassini on 09/08/2014

    It does what it says and the developer was most friendly helping me to configure my yahoo account. The idea of a trial version to check if it works is great. Even if it is cheap it is always nice to be able to check if it works for me... And this was the way I discover a developer that answer questions and provide support promptly.

  • (72 stars)

    by Oliver L on 14/06/2014

    the app performed a dysfunctional backup + restore, slowed down until the google play refund time passed. contact group data were not restored. would ask for refund if i could.

  • (72 stars)

    by Andrew Livingston on 23/04/2014

    Had an issue with contacts on my Kerio Connect server not being synchronized and contacted the developer. She had it solved and me up and running in less than an hour.

  • (72 stars)

    by Hector G. on 30/03/2014

    I downloaded this app without much hope that it would do what I wanted. Boy was I wrong. It did everything I wanted and more. I want to thank Annemarie for her help. She even helped me track down an error on my owncloud server. I received customer support less than 5 minutes after I sent the initial email and on a Saturday on top of that. Now I can two way sync my contacts even with high res pi

  • (72 stars)

    by Tim Legg on 20/03/2014

    I researched for hours to try to get my google contacts into my galaxy s3. Then I came upon this app. Along with the work around app, it worked perfectly! Went to the vCard file on my phone, selected it to be opened with this app, and parsed the files. Now I finally have all of my google contacts in my phone contacts. Thank you so much! Good work!

  • (72 stars)

    by Eir Apps on 02/03/2014

    I haven't found another app that does the sync properly. No flaws, so far.

  • (72 stars)

    by Morten Jakobsen on 20/01/2014

    I wanted to use this application with my current contact book (abook) on my Debian box. However when I imported the contacts, there were no info in the address book. I wrote to the developer, and got a reply a short while after. After some more emailing we found a solution to the program (which was updating the source code for my contact book on my debian box, and compiling it again). After this,