Carddav is great. It is a pity there is my an equivalent app for the Ubuntu phone! I would gladly but it! Carddav an Caldav mean I can sync my calendar and address book with the office server and my desktop no matter where I am. Great programs. Wish Ubuntu phone had this! I would gladly pay for it.
Very useful but something missing Not sure how this app works but does what it is supposed to do. However I have noticed that Google Maps won't search contacts synced with this app. Would be good if this facility worked too. Update: An almost immediate response from the developer. Fantastic service, they actually try to resolve issues. Hopefully they can find a solution.
I was very pleased when the sync completed and I found that I now have my Palm contacts on my Android. I got them there by exporting them from JPilot 1.8.2 and then importing them into a KDE Kontact DAV resource synced w/ Radicale. After the sync with CardDAV-sync, they show up on my phone in their full glory, even grouped by category! The part that is still missing is that the Android contacts are not editable unless they are first moved to the standard phone (2.3) contacts, meaning they no longer sync with CardDAV and thus, in my case, the KDE PIM. KDE changes do, however, show up on the phone. Getting there... Update (3/16): Marten's Contact Editor Pro can be used to save changes made on the device, at least on Android 2.3.
Works like a charm Even if it is not the most beautiful Ui. But who cares...
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--- new in 0.4.20 --
workarounds for known device bugs
fix SSL issue with early Kindle devices
Syncs and manages your tasks and todo lists from your server using CalDAV.
Sync your contacts with CardDAV, FTP, HTTP, WebDAV servers or local files