The only contacts app you will ever need.

Smartr Contacts for iPhone from Smartr & Xobni on Vimeo.

 

I sort of found this by accident the other day. So far I love it. It’s called Smartr.

What does it do? It basically keeps track of every person you have ever emailed, all the people you are friends with on facebook and twitter. It builds a complete profile of each person with contact info, social media updates and message history. If you type in say like Michael it automatically sorts your list by contact frequency so the Michael’s (and there are a lot of them in New York)  you talk to most come to the top of the heap.

You can email, place a call and SMS from inside the iphone app. Did I mention it’s free.

It also has a great gmail plug in that fits nicely over gmails ads and when you email someone you can put a name to the face and see their social status updates. It also recommends that you add people so you don’t leave a co-worker out the look (been there done that).

So far been using smartr for about a week and I love it. You should try it out fo youself.

Smartr Inbox for Gmail from Smartr & Xobni on Vimeo.

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5 thoughts on “The only contacts app you will ever need.

  1. i'm so glad you keep up with this stuff so I don't have too.

    You wrote about productive some time ago and I thought, "Meh. I've never really found a task manager that worked well for me" but that one did.

    I'm going to trust your preliminary judgement once more with Smartr…

    • Cool glad productev worked for you. I still use it and still love it. Smartr seems great I've only used it a few days but so far I really like it. Even if you don't use it for contacts it makes finding emails from specific people even easier than google. I really like it so far. Hope it works for you.

  2. I assummed after reading your post that this was only an app for iPhones but it's available for Androids too. Just wanted to point this out if there are Android users out there.