I'm ONLY using this when contacts with iPhones send me a "my location" vcard via SMS. Now my Galaxy S5 can handle them. This app lets me open the vcard and the phone successfully opens the Apple URL then translates it to a Google Map display of the location. I assume it also handles some other kinds of vcards, but I haven't tested them.
I installed this app to be able to open a VCF file that was texted to me. However, it doesn't register itself with Android as being able to open such files, and so wasn't offered as an option. This app is useless.
Sometime sent me a text with a vcard. Could not figure out how to paste that into this app. That makes this app useless to me.
Worthless, can't even use it to mass import to contracts. Money grab.
Successfully exported 1217 contacts from old phone
To prevent apps from sending your Contacts data to foreign servers: Export your Google contacts to VCF file, clear phone Contacts and Contacts storage app, disable contacts syncing from Account, clear and disable Google Contacts Sync app, open VCF viewing app and specify the VCF file. You can then copy/paste or manually input the email address or phone number. An alternative would be to export your contacts to CSV and use a CSV editor app to do the same, however, to re-import your contacts into Android Contacts app or Macintosh requires the vCard format.
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