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Android: When you place or receive a call, Noteify pops up in a floating window with all the information you would need about that contact, almost like an assistant with a cheat sheet for the things you need to know or remember.
iOS: PureContact, a gesture-driven contacts manager and speed dialler that was previously Android only, is now available for the iPhone as well. You’ll see all of your contacts in a grid arranged by their faces, and you can assign gestures to call, text, WhatsApp or email them.
Among its many awesome features, Microsoft Outlook allows you to easily map a contact’s address using Bing Maps, making it simple to find their location. If you would rather use Google Maps instead, a simple registry edit will fix that.
Android: Contacts+, our favourite address book for Android, picked up an update this week. The new version gives you more control over how you browse your contacts, and offers quick-action buttons to let you call, email, or text people directly from your contacts list.
If you’re looking for a smarter way to manage your contacts, Contacts+ for Android is your best option. It brings a number of features to the table that help you quickly get in touch with your contacts and keep up to date with them.