This simple and efficient app will let you organize your address book in groups of contacts.
What is possible on Mac with Contacts application is, at last, possible on your iPhone or iPad.
The app my Groups finaly fill this gap by proposing essentials features:
- create, rename and delete groups of contacts;
- export vCards of members;
- merge multiple groups as a single one.
A simple tool respecting your privacy.
Main screen of this app immediatly displays the list of groups in your address book.
This is the starting point from where you can create new groups, delete them or change their names.
- Slide from left to right on a group name to rename it;
- Slide from right to left on a group name to delete it.
Going into edit mode allows you to select multiples groups to delete them all at once, export them or create a new group by merging your selection.
On this screen, the light appearance is used.
Merging groups and sharing are premium features that can be unlocked through an in-app purchase.
You may test those features for free for a limited time by activating a free trial.
The free purchase is not a subscription. It only allows the temporary unlock of premium features.
If you were finding those useless for you, they will be disabled at the end of the trial period.
After this, the application will remain fully functional and you will be able to use freely, exceptiing those small more advanced features.
If you find this app useful to you, I hope that you will see this purchase as a direct support of my work and it future evolutions.
Wherever are your contacts: on your phone, in iCloud or Gmail (cardDAV), this tool allows you to manage multiple address book accounts as easily as a Mac.
The account picker screen allow you to select which account to manage.
- cardDAV accounts (iCloud, Gmail) can be used to create groups;
- contacts folders on Exchange accounts (Outlook, Office 365, G Suite) are displayed but cannot be selected as those do not support groups.
Your groups will be managed on the selected account.
The account defined as your default account in system settings will be the one selected on first launch.
On this screen the interface uses the dark-mode apperance.