vCardIO

vCardIO

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vCardIO is an open-source utility to import/export contacts from/to a vCard (vcf) file on the SD card. Currently supports phones, contact methods and photos.

See http://code.google.com/p/vcardio/ for source, docs & bug reports.

New in 0.32: bug fixes... (see website for details)

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Comments and ratings for vCardIO
  • (42 stars)

    by Jiu Basilgo on 28/05/2014

    Fast, Easy and Free 5 Star all the way

  • (42 stars)

    by D. R. Arthur on 07/05/2014

    Save, duplicate and retain some of most crucial information for life itself.

  • (42 stars)

    by abdullah ali on 11/01/2014

    Thanks

  • (42 stars)

    by Andrè Green on 30/11/2013

    I had sync my contacts from iphone with android system. Google contacts doesnt work for me, so I try 5 other android apps and this is the working one. From iOS I have vfc file from "backup" app. Only VCardIO app correctly read that file for me. This free version is pretty good. Thanks!

  • (42 stars)

    by Cody Tverberg on 17/11/2013

    Used to import nearly 300 contacts from my old iPhone 4s. Took less than a minute for them to import. Excellent app.

  • (42 stars)

    by Tristan Schmelcher on 18/08/2013

    Used this to import a vcard from an iPhone that Contacts refused to import. vCardIO handled it but not very well. Opening it from Gmail failed; I had to save it with a text editor and then manually enter the path into the app. And it didn't import the phone/email type information.

  • (42 stars)

    by Thomas de Bont on 27/12/2012

    I tried this app, as well as the "import contacts" app.Neither of them could import my Apple Addressbook vCard export file. After manually converting the file from UTF-16 to UTF-8 this app was able to import, but any contact with two phone numbers was messed up; some numbers ended up with the wrong contact! I know Apple users a bit odd way of storing vCards, but it shouldn't be that hard for an ap