1. Android Manager
- 1.1 Android Device Manager
- 1.2 Android Contacts Manager
- 1.3 Android SMS Manager
- 1.4 Android App Manager
- 1.5 Android Photo Manager
- 1.6 Android Podcast Manager
- 1.7 Android WiFi Manager
- 1.8 Android Bluetooth Manager
- 1.9 Android Password Manager
- 2.0 Android Partition Manager
- 2.1 Android Expense Manager
- 2.2 Android Audio Manager
- 2.3 Android ROM Manager
- 2.4 Android Battery Manager
- 2.5 Android Task Manager
- 2.6 Android Startup Manager
- 2.7 Android Window Manager
- 2.8 Android Download Manager
- 2.9 Android Call Manager
- 3.0 Android Root Manager
- 3.1 Android Notification Manager
- 3.2 Android Memory Manager
- 3.3 Android Update Manager
- 3.4 Android Desktop Manager
- 3.5 Android Storage Manager
- 3.6 Android Project Manager
Contacts on your Android phone start to swell and become messy, so you hope there's an Android contact manager to help you do the tedious work? Or you have a lengthy contact list and want to import them to your new Android phone, say Samsung Galaxy S5? I bet you don't want to add contacts to your Android phone one by one manually. Also, losing all contacts on your Android phone is no fun. Therefore, backing up Android contacts before disaster strikes is a necessity. In these case scenarios, A powerful Android contact manager must be what you want.
An all-in-one contact manager for Android to manage your contacts from computer effortlessly.
- Import contacts from vCard, Outlook, Windows Address Book, Windows Live Mail to Android phone, and vice versa.
- Add new contacts to Android phone from computer and edit full contact info.
- Create groups and import contacts to them.
- Find and merge duplicate contacts on your Android phone easily.
- Delete contacts you never want to keep any more in batches.
- Sync contacts in Facebook, Twitter, Google and accounts to your Android phone.
- Quickly find your wanted contacts and send messages to others.
- Work well with Samsung, LG, Google, HTC, Sony, Motorola, HUAWEI, etc.
Note: The Mac version doesn't support merge duplicate contacts or sync conatcts with accounts, like outlook, Windows Live Mail, Facebook, and more.
1. Import/Export Contacts from PC to Android Phone
Import Android contacts: This contact manager for Android empowers you to import contacts from vCard, Outlook Express, Outlook 2003/2007/2010/2013, Windows Live Mail and Windows Address Book to your Android phone.
Export Android contacts: It lets you export all or selected Android contacts to vCard file, Outlook 2003/2007/2010/2013, Outlook Express, Windows Address Book and Windows Live Mail.
How to make it: In the primary window of this software, click Contacts on the left to bring up the contact management window. Click Import/Export > Import contacts from computer, Export selected contacts to computer or Export all contacts to computer > import/export contacts from/to vCard file, Outlook Express, Outlook 2003/2007/2010/2013, Windows Live Mail and Windows Address Book.
2. Add, Edit and Delete Android Contacts
Add contacts: Go to the left sidebar and click Contacts. In the contact management window, click New to add a new contact to your Android phone.
Edit contacts: Double click the contact you want to edit and edit the information in the contact information window.
Delete contacts: Select the contacts you want to remove, and then click Delete.
3. Merge Duplicate Contacts on Your Phone and Account
Find too many duplicate in your Anroid address book and account? Don't worry. This Android contact manager software helps to find all duplicate contacts and merge them.
In the left sidebar, click Contacts. The Android contact management software shows up on the right panel. Click De-duplicate Tick the accounts and your phone memory where your contacts are saved. Click Next. Select a match type and click Merge selected.
Video Tutorial: How to Manage Android Contacts
ExDialer - Dialer & Contacts
ExDialer - Dialer & Contacts is an easy-to-use Android contact manager app. It's mainly used to dial contacts conveniently.
1. Dial *: It will show the contacts you use frequently.
2. Dial #: Search any contact you want.
3. Long press the contacts icon located at the lower-left corner to get quick access to Favorites.
Note: It's trial version. You can use it for free for 7 days. After that, you can buy the pro version.