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Share Contacts By SMS On Your Android Phone
Having spent a long time waiting and searching for an appropriate app to send and receive business cards from an Android phone, XDA forum member er.vikas got fed up of waiting decided to create his first Android app to fulfil his needs.
Share Contacts provides the functionality to:
- Send contacts by SMS.
- Pick up contact information from saved contacts.
- Send customised information.
- Retrieve contact information from SMS.
- Save retrieved contact information into Phone contacts.
- Add contact with Google Sync.
The minimum requirement is Android 2.1 (Eclair).
For more information including to download the apk file and provide feedback, head on over to the application thread.
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