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Daily iPhone App: Cardflick

Over the years since the iPhone first appeared on the scene, there have been several attempts to create business card apps that let you exchange contact details with friends or strangers by bumping their iPhones together (Bump, free) or tapping a button (myCard, US$0.99 or Fliq, free). One issue...

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First Look: Sharecard for iPhone

Since the iPhone introduction, many users have wanted the ability to send an receive vCards. There have been plenty of vCard sending applications on the App Store, but one that recently caught my attention was Sharecard [iTunes link]. The application has a nice user interface, and allows you to...

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Bonsoir

R. Tyler Ballance wrote Bonsoir during an all night coding marathon before BarCamp, which is a sort of 'unconference' for developers and their ilk. So what the heck does Bonsoir do? Thanks to the magic of Bonjour it allows people to share their vCards with each other, on a local network, with the...

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Finally - a tool for exporting Address Book to Thunderbird (and Gmail)

Answering the prayers of potential Thunderbird switchers everywhere, a wonderful and as-yet unnamed individual has put together a web-based vCard-to-CSV Converter for easily moving your contacts from Address Book into either Thunderbird or Gmail. The interface and process are both...

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