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How to seriously improve contact management on android tablets

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Android tablets are very versatile and cover a wide range of devices, from low-budget models that you can snap up in a cinch to Android-powered tablets that have monstrous levels of processing power crammed into a tiny block. The one thing every single one of these tablets does very well, however, is help you manage your contacts list with great ease.
Here are a few useful little tips to help make managing your contacts even easier than it already is:

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How to seriously improve contact management on android tablets

  1. 1. How To Seriously Improve Contact Management On Android Tablets? Android tablets are very versatile and cover a wide range of devices, from low-budget models that you can snap up in a cinch to Android-powered tablets that have monstrous levels of processing power crammed into a tiny block. The one thing every single one of these tablets does very well, however, is help you manage your contacts list with great ease. Here are a few useful little tips to help make managing your contacts even easier than it already is: Use a more integrated contacts app Integrated contacts apps like Contacts+ are a must on your Android tablets. These are not only more ergonomic with wider interfaces suitable for tablet computers, but they also have the ability to connect to various services and social networks. Contacts on your Google account, Google+ contacts, Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and other networks can all be streamlined into one convenient space. You do, however, have to be very careful with the all-around contacts app you choose to install on your android tabs. You will be entrusting a lot of information and will be giving a lot of device permissions to these apps that will make your anti virus apps overlook their actions, so make sure to grab them from the Google Play store and that they have been around long enough to get screened out if something fishy is running in the background.
  2. 2. Import contacts from your phone If you must add a contact to your phone, it is highly recommended that you do so by tagging them as a Google contact. This will allow you to keep track of all your contacts no matter what device you are using. But what if you have an extensive list of contacts saved directly on your phone or on a SIM card? First you need to install a contact backup app that allows you to import and export contacts on a CSV file. UiA Backup Contacts is one such example of these contact backup apps. Use the app to create a backup copy on your phone’s micro SD card. Transfer this micro SD card to your Android tablets, import it using the contact backup app and voila – your Google account now has your contacts saved on all the devices it is connected to! Just remember to hook up to a wireless Internet access point to let your accounts sync properly.
  3. 3. Google Contact Condense lists to become more useful We have so far been talking about how to expand and work with large contact lists on your Android tablets. The final step in this quick guide is to help you condense those lists so that you can easily get in touch with the people you most often work and chat with on your tablets running Android. You don’t really need to install specialized apps to do this, although there are certainly quite a few contacts management apps out there that use a category for favorites. If you’d
  4. 4. rather not install these apps, then all you need to do is go to your Google People list, look for that star and tap it. The ‘starred’ contact will be saved on the favorites tab of your Google People list on all your Android OS tablets and smartphones. Keep these tips in mind and you will have a much easier time managing the multitude of contacts you have saved on your Android tablets and smartphones!

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