How to transfer contacts between iPhone and Android?

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  1. summer2010 macrumors newbie

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    Synkontact—An Easy Tool to Migrate Contact Information Between iPhone and The other Popular Mobile Platform

    How to transfer contacts between iPhone and Android?You can use Synkontact.

    Synkontact is an easy tool to migrate contact information between iPhone and the other popular mobile platform. There is no PC or Mac involved. Just download Synkontact from AppStore to your iPhone and follow instructions inside the application.

    1 Transfer contacts from iPhone to Android、Android to iPhone、iPhone to iPhone and Android to Android.

    2 When downloading contacts to your new phone from the server, Synkontact supports:
    "Keep Local" means the local contact will be kept intact and no new information will be added.
    "Merge into Local" means new information will be added to the local contact if it does not exist, say a new phone number.
    "Override Local" means the local contact will be removed and the new contact be created from the downloaded information.
    Two contacts are considered same if both first name and last name are the same.

    3 How long will the contact data be kept on the server?
    If data is not deleted by the user, it will be kept for 30 days on the server.

    4 Link:
    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/synkontact/id399153906?mt=8
    http://notioninmotion.com/index.php/zh/support/67-synk
    http://notioninmotion.com

    Only 1.99. Get it now, just search Synkontact or NotionInMotion.com in App Store!
     

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  2. justperry macrumors 604

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    Not needed, you can do this easily bu using DropBox and is free.
     
  3. justperry macrumors 604

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    Yep, dropbox, about a year ago I had an android phone, gave me headaches to transfer, but selected all my contact and uploaded to dropbox, then import into iPhone, worked like a charm.
     
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