Version Reviewed: 1.0
Device Reviewed On: iPhone 4
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ForwardContact isn’t the most exciting app to talk about, admittedly. As it should, it does exactly what the description says. It doesn’t deviate, it doesn’t innovate, it doesn’t even throw in any unnecessary graphics – it just works.
ForwardContact is an app that’s sole aim is to help you pass contact information onto others faster. Upon loading the app, you’re presented with a fairly unexciting screen. Press choose and you can select any one of your contacts, then it’s a matter of choosing what information you want to SMS or email to someone. You can choose to add address details, phone number, email or instant message details to the message. Then it’s a simple matter of either pressing SMS or Mail and choosing who you want to send it to.
It really is that simple. It’s pretty useful for a certain niche audience too. If you’re someone who does a lot of networking and liaising in your work, so you want to be able to transfer information to others easily, this is invaluable. It’s simple and fast to do. The fact that it just uses your standard Mail and SMS app means there’s no additional setup required.
Most likely, ForwardContact isn’t an app that you’ll be using every day but when you do it’ll save you valuable time cutting and pasting information.
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