No Restore? What's the point There are other apps that backup... & restore. A backup isn't a backup without the restore part. The backup worked nicely, I'll give them that. It's just worthless now that I wiped my phone. That's what I get for not reading thoroughly and following a suggestion from a blog.
Totally Useless You have to keep the file format as .vcf which is very popular Backup file format nowadays & not .csv(Comma Separated Value) which is a very old & outdated format.I couldn't open the backup file from Office Pro App installed on my phone. Too much Useless.
HORRIBLE! I backed up numerous .CSV files, uploaded them to Google drive, and had a copy on my internal storage that I transfered over the the PC. Wiped my phone and now nothing will read these .CSV files. I have over 350 contacts I now have to sort through by viewing the raw data on the file. This will take hours and that's if it works!
While it is not a perfect app, this is one of the few apps that backs up contacts to a text file you can keep locally and requires only a minimum number of permissions to operate. Other apps are bloated and ask for way too much, plus they don't want you to back up locally. This one is great and I have used it for many years without issue.
Simple and quick Did exactly what I wanted, to create a back up in case of emergencies and email it to myself in readable format without devouring phone space
Inconsistent with Outlook 2010 I needed to not just back up name, address, and phone number to Outlook 2010, but also Group affiliation. Apparently this is a difficult mapping problem and is not adequately satisfied here.
• Updated Dropbox API integration.
• Possible to change default file name.
• Dropbox sub-folders now sorted on date.
One tap to backup your contacts and restore to any smartphone via email
#1 Contacts manager: transfer, backup, sync, sharing & Dialer for professionals