Top 5 Best Free Contact Apps for iPhone

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Keeping your contacts organized can be difficult, especially if you enter names like I do, “Melissa Math Class.” Trying to make sure you have the number, email, address and more correct isn’t necessarily the most fun thing to do, so let these apps do it for you. They will make sure you have everyone you need to and get rid of the people you haven’t talked to in ten years.


1. Cloze

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Cloze takes a look at your email, phone and Facebook contacts so you only have to go to one place to find everything. Begin by connecting all your accounts and letting the app do your thing. After it has access to everything, you can begin using it. Look through your inbox, and reply directly through the app, set up your agenda and get notifications when you have a meeting or appointment, and even get prompts to connect with people.

Download it here for Apple.

Pros:

  • Keep track of meetings
  • Combine all of your accounts
  • Uses your interactions to see who you contact the most

Cons:

  • Takes a little while to connect
  • Have to log in with all accounts
  • Can be hard to navigate

2. FullContact

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FullContact lives up to its name and offers a full-featured contact list. You can add different numbers, emails and even a profile photo for each of your contacts. Tag all your contacts so you can search for them by various groups. It makes it easy to find a group of people in a pinch. If you connect with Twitter, you can see their recent tweets. Perhaps the most useful feature, is duplicate management. The app automatically merges any duplicates so you don’t have to do it manually.

Download it here for Apple.

Pros:

  • Keep all your contacts in one place
  • Order them by different groups
  • See recent tweets for contacts

Cons:

  • Can take awhile to sync contacts
  • Have to log into each account
  • Can be hard to navigate

3. Addappt

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Not only a contact app, Addappt also works as a messaging app. Easily organize your contacts into groups to find them easily, and even create connections with other people that have the app, then you can message them directly from the app instead of using Texts or Facebook. If you still need to send a text, you can go to your messages directly from the app. It will even show the last time you communicated with someone.

Download it here for Apple.

Pros:

  • Easy to search for apps
  • Can message within the app
  • See your communication history from any platform

Cons:

  • Have to log in to each account
  • Can take a while for everything to update
  • Can only use the message to update if your friends also have the app

4. Sync.ME

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Sync.ME is a great way to consolidate your contacts but it also has a handy caller ID function. Since the app connect with Facebook, your contacts will include the person’s birthday and a profile photo. When you get a call, their profile photo will show up. You can also set up Spam detection so you know when a telemarketer is trying to contact you, and helps you avoid them.

Download it here for Apple.

Pros:

  • Connects with all of your contact lists
  • Adds birthdays and profile photos
  • Helps avoid Spam calls

Cons:

  • Takes a little while to sync all contacts
  • Have to log in to all your accounts to sync them
  • Can be hard to navigate

5. Connect

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See all your friends in a map and know exactly where everyone is. Connect with your phone, email and Facebook to combine all your contacts into one place. See when friends are close by and message them directly through the app. You can even privately share your location with your friends so they can find you easily. Sort your contacts into groups and contact an entire group at once they also have the app.

Download it here for Apple.

Pros:

  • See your friends’ locations
  • Message them through the app
  • Sort into groups

Cons:

  • Have to authenticate phone
  • Have to add in all your groups
  • Takes a long time to sync

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