Well, this is a great way to start a Monday! The Google Contacts app, my go-to solution for contact management, is now available on the Google Play Store for devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop and up. I apologize in advance for the short-and sweet post, but I’m currently tending to day job responsibilities and wanted to get this out for our readers ASAP.
Here’s a look at the app’s details from Google Play:
Back up your contacts and sync them across all your devices
- Safely back up the contacts in your Google Account to the cloud
- Access the contacts in your Google Account from any device
Keep your contacts organized and up to date
- View your contacts by account (e.g., work vs. personal)
- Easily add contacts and edit information like phone numbers, emails, and photos
- Get suggestions for adding new contacts, cleaning up duplicates, and more
I already installed Google Contacts on my LG G6 and I’m looking forward to digging in on it a little later today. Once I get some time to throw together proper screenshots and whatnot, I’ll likely do a more in-depth post to go over the app in much greater detail.
For now, I’ll leave you with a download link.
Download Google Contacts
If you prefer to install manually, you can do so over on APKMirror.
Via: Android Police