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Duplicate contacts chaos? Scrubly 'em out! Do you find it annoying sometimes that you must urgently reach out to a person on your address book but turns out you have multiple contacts under the same name? Just the trouble of find out which contact is working can be tedious and time-consuming. Wasting time should never be on your list of things to do, so read on and I’ll give you something to help you out.
You’ll never know what’s lying under your contacts until you go through each one, right? With the many people you come across every day, it is sometimes a daunting task to qualify each one. Getting your contacts sync from your social networking accounts, different software brings you so many contacts you can’t even handle. So, if you’ve been a client of mine – you’re lucky! I’m sure you’ve come across one of my most favourite apps to get rid of duplicates, triplicates or even more contacts! If you haven’t heard of it yet, what I’m talking about is Scrubly!
Scrubly does an awesome job clearing out my contacts may it be on my phone, my Gmail & Google Apps and even on my Outlook. If you have a Mac, it also works with a Mac Address book. One of its best features is it does a backup before and after you do your contacts scrubbing and saves both entries on the Cloud. The Cloud as you know is one of the best things ever invented so you’re assured you never lose any of your stuff ever again. You can easily go back to the previous version with just a touch of a few buttons.
After you use this, I’m sure you’re going to love seeing your address book spick and span. Check out Scrubly here to get more insights on how this could save you before you drown on your own numerous contacts!
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