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Arrange and manage your personal and business contacts in an alluring and effective style. These are the best contacts and address book apps for iPhone which make the task of managing contacts enviably simple.

Whether it's keeping your addressing book organized, reminding you of the birthday of your friends or merging the duplicate contacts, these iPhone contact apps ensure you are able to stay up to the task. Furthermore, you can easily import and export your entire contacts with ease. Let's know what else they can do!

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Best iPhone Contacts Manager Apps

Best iPhone Contacts & Address Book Managers

#1. FullContact

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By combining all of your contacts from Google Contacts, Microsoft Exchange/Office 365 contacts, your phone's address book, and social media profiles, FullContact helps you instantly connect with people. You have complete freedom to organize your contacts as per your convenience.

Whatever changes you make on any of your devices is synced across your devices. It also allows you to merge duplicate contacts quickly. Add notes to contacts to never forget any essential things.

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Price: Free
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#2. CircleBack

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CircleBack is an ultra-advanced address book manager for iPhone. It updates your contacts when people change roles, jobs and also discovers new contacts in your Google, Microsoft and Exchange inboxes. What's more, you can also scan business cards and save them to your contacts.

Group your contacts as old, archived, business card scan or favorite, etc. It makes it easy to find duplicate contacts and remove them. You can recover the deleted contacts and even export them to Salesforce.

Price: Free
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#3. iContacts Sync

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myPDV iContacts helps in securing and syncing your contacts. The app will directly store your contacts on myPDV.com. You can restore your lost or deleted contacts from their website. The app can be synced to your Gmail, Hotmail or Outlook account. It sends you notices/reminders of recently added contacts so you can group or prioritize them. It allows you to export your entire accounts to an Excel sheet to your email.

Price: Free
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#4. Groups

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When it comes to managing contacts and providing you the needed control to keep them easily accessible, “Groups” delivers the goods with the desired result. By grouping your contacts into family, friends, customers, colleagues, it ensures they remain fully organized and quickly accessible.

You can promptly create and manage any groups of contacts. It also allows you to merge multiple duplicate contacts to deal with them a bit easily. More importantly, it supports 15 languages.

Price: Free
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#5. Simpler Pro – Smart contacts manager

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Simpler Pro is an app that will organize your contacts and give it a redesigned look. You can delete unnamed contacts in a single click. Take a backup of your contacts; add filters and group them with a single tap. It also allows you to send group messages and e-mails through these filters.

You can merge contacts with same name and number into one. Additionally, Simpler Pro is available in multiple languages including English, Arabic, Dutch, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese and Turkish.

Price: $2.99
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#6. My Contacts Backup

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Price: Free+

This app makes the task of backing up contacts and restoring them super easy right from your iPhone without having to use any computer or synchronization process. How it works? Quickly backup your contacts and send the file to yourself as VCF attachment via email. To restore the contacts, simply open the file in your mailbox.

You can set reminders to back up your contacts on a regular basis. There is also an option to delete all the contacts easily. The free version of the app allows you to back up only 500 contacts and you need to upgrade to the premium version of the app to back up unlimited contacts. Moreover, “My Contacts Backup” supports several languages including English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian and Japanese.

Price: Free
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#7. Contact Mover & Account Sync

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As the name itself suggest, it allows you to effortlessly sync or move any pair of iPhone contact accounts including Facebook, iCloud, Gmail, Outlook, Yahoo and more. With it, you won't have any problem in merging your Outlook contacts with Gmail or iCloud.

Courtesy the two-way sync feature, it lets you merge the changes to each contact account. Based on your need, you will be able to choose two-way, one-way or even manual sync. Moreover, you have the option to sync only selected groups and even prevent the contacts without a phone number and email from syncing.

Price: Free
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#8. EasilyDo

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The sole reason why I have included EasilyDo in this list is that it's versatile. Apart from letting you merge duplicate contacts, it lets you carry out several important things that can take away a lot of pressure from your professional life. As for instance, you can connect and manage your calendar and email accounts from Yahoo, Exchange, Gmail, LinkedIn, Evernote and more. Most significantly, it supports almost all shipment providers, airlines, rental car companies, restaurants, hotels to streamline your various other tasks.

Price: Free
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#9. Connect

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Wish your address book to be more organized? You need “Connect” keep your Contacts in perfect order.

What this handy contact manager does is organize your contacts into custom groups. As a result, you are able to quickly access the contacts of your friends, colleagues, customers, roommates, team players, etc. You can even add the background color to each group to make it look different. Even better, it's very easy-to-use. For example, just swipe left or right on any of your contact to email, send a message, edit or call.

Price: Free
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#10. Covve 

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I have found Covve a highly functional contacts manager which can be immensely helpful for businessmen and professionals who wish to leverage their network. Using proprietary technology, it finds and suggests information for your contacts and also keeps a tab on changes to keep details up to date.

The interactive contact mapping enables you to explore your network and find out new insights. For businessmen, it's a must to stay in touch with people and this app allows you to add a custom reminder to contacts so that you don’t forget to wish anyone or communicate in time.

You can also record notes against each call and instantly access your call history. Even better, the contact manager also sends you monthly report with your most notable activities. Additionally, you can upgrade to the pro version $6.99 (monthly) or $58.99 (annual) to unlock more features or use this app without any restrictions.

Price: Free
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That's all, folks!

Your favorite contacts manager for iOS?

So, take the full advantage of these finest contact apps to keep your address book organized and prevent it from being completely messed up. I'm sure they would be of great help.

Which contacts manager has caught your eyes? Let us know its name and also tell us the features you have found appreciable in it.

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Dhvanesh Adhiya is our editor-in-chief and reviewer who takes care of iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate for wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.