Here’s a list of 4 contact manager apps for Android which you can use to manage your contacts. We get contact apps by default with our Android phones and tablets, at least I know I did. Some might be completely satisfied with these stock contact manager apps. But there are also those who would like to have something a bit more advanced, with additional features to help them manage their contacts more effectively.
These apps can help you do just that.
Contacts Optimizer isn’t a contact manager app in and of itself. This is an app that works with stock contact manager apps and extends their feature set with things like duplicate contact finder, mass deletions, name capitalizations, number correctness checker, etc.
After you run Contacts Optimizer it will check for existing contact managers (even Google Contacts) and report back with an initial estimate on how much duplicate contacts you have. By opening up the toolbox (see image above), you’ll see all the additional tool for managing contacts that I previously mentioned that Contacts Optimizer has.
Get Contacts Optimizer.
Contact Manager by Next-G
Contact Manager doesn’t have the extensive number of functionalities that Contacts Optimizer has to offer, but it’s still useful with what it has to offer.
The two features that you’ll find in Contact Manager by Next-G are backups and duplicate finder. Contact backups are saved to the SD card, and you can send them via email if you want. To find duplicates just tap on the Delete Duplicates button and follow instructions.
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Also have a look at Free Contact Manager and Planner: Chaos Free.
Contacts + is a full-fledged contact manager app, plus it can also be used for text messages and phone calls.
Contacts can be saved to your Google account, phone or the SIM card. Its possible to sign in with Google or Facebook using the app and pickup contact images from there. With integrated phone calls and text messages you have everything from a single location.
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DW Contacts & Phone & Dialer
DW Contacts & Phone & Dialer also adds text messaging and phone call management into the mix, it’s not just a contact manager.
DW Contacts & Phone & Dialer focuses on businesses. that’s why it for example has lots of group management options. You can create groups of contacts, manage them en mass, there’s built-in note management optimized for businesses and more. The phone call manager is optimized for dual SIM phones. App has lots of other interesting features, contact favoriting, specialized ringtones, call filtering, etc.
Also have a look at TSC Free Address Book: Free Contact Manager.
From the list of contact manager apps above, the two that caught my attention the most would be Contact Optimizer and Contacts +. These two have a lot of interesting features and their interfaces are very easy to use. Other apps have their advantages, so don’t just ignore them because they might not be that interesting to me. Give them all a try and leave a comment down below telling me what you think.