The app makes it easier than ever to find contacts and, more importantly, keep your contact lists in order. It looks great, is incredibly fast, and works with all of your existing contacts on iOS.
Few of us actually bother keeping out contact list in order. We still have entries we added years ago and never use, and they’re all a mess. That’s because managing your contacts on iOS is a painful task.
Cardhop changes that. Its wonderful design and powerful features give you all the tools you need to keep on top of your contacts with little effort.
Cardhop is a must-have for every iPhone user
The best thing about Cardhop, like Fantastical, is its terrific search box. You can use it to find people by name, number, company, and more. You can also type things like “email Jane Doe” to instantly start a new email.
It’s not just for search, either. You can also use the box to add and edit contacts using natural language. So, instead of filling in a bunch of different text fields, you can simply type “Tom Smith 555-555-5555” to add Tom to your list.
Cardhop recognizes names, numbers, email addresses, birthdays, and more. And it knows exactly where to put that information in a contact card. Simply swipe a contact’s name for shortcuts to call, message, email, and more.
Cardhop does it all
The app includes everything you would expect from a good contacts app, like the ability to create different contact lists, and to add people to your favorites. There’s also a new feature your won’t find on Mac: Business card mode.
When you turn your iPhone on its side, it will display your own contact information as if it were a business card. An included QR code lets someone else scan to automatically import all your details to their contact list.
Cardhop syncs with Google, Outlook, iCloud, and more, so you don’t have to start from scratch when you begin using it. It also means that any additions and edits you make will also be available on your other devices.
Get Cardhop for iOS today
Download Cardhop for iOS today to take control of your contact lists. It is launching at a promotional price of $3.99 on iPhone and iPad, but will go up to $4.99 later. The Mac version is also available for $19.99.