Truecaller’s no longer just an anti-spam service — now it wants to become the go-to service for contacts and personal information management. But, despite all the investment that’s pouring in, there’s no significant money-making strategy yet.
Looking to whip your contacts into shape? Brewster, a startup that offers contact cleaning services, now syncs with iCloud or Google, so users can use their phone’s built-in contacts app.
When planning a trip with family and friends, keeping up with each member’s last minute schedule changes can be time consuming. Using the following iOS tips will help by keeping everyone well informed during the event.
It can happen to anyone at anytime, noticing that your contact list is either missing or incomplete. All may not be lost, as there may be a way to get back some or all of your contacts.
Admit it: your contacts lists are a mess of double entries, missing data and old phone numbers. Here are some suggestions for cleaning up the contact lists associated with your traditional mail accounts.
LinkedIn is launching a standalone Contacts app that will roll out slowly to users in the U.S. But do you really need a second LinkedIn app with only limited professional contacts in it?
The days of business card details recorded in Rolodexes are long gone with dozens of different platforms for storing contact information taking their place. Cloud-based service ContactMonkey aims to make it simple to share, grab and update contact details, no matter which one you’re using.
Whether you use iCloud, MobileMe or Google to sync your contacts and calendars — no matter how careful you are — glitches occur. Fortunately, Spanning Tools helps clean up your contacts and calendars, making sure your syncs go as planned and correcting errors after the fact.
Apple released a preview version of its upcoming iCloud web apps late Monday afternoon, alongside new pricing info for iCloud storage space upgrades. Here’s a look at how the iCloud.com contact and calendar management apps work, along with a peek inside other aspects of the beta.
Facebook has shut down a service from Open-Xchange that allowed users to export the email addresses of their contacts, which makes the Germany company the latest to run afoul of the social network’s ongoing attempts to maintain control over the information of its users.