By FullContact Inc.
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Cobook is the unified address book that brings together contact info from your computer, social networks and other sources.
· Syncs with Mac's standard Contacts app
· Syncs with Google Contacts (Gmail)
· Integrated Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare, Instagram, AngelList, LinkedIn and Xing social network profiles (note - some of these integrations available as in-app purchases)
· Organize contacts with tags
· Email or message a group of contacts
· Share contact info via email
· Lifehacker: "very easy to love"
· TechCrunch: "simple, powerful and fun"
· The Verge: featured in "Best New Apps"
Cobook is also available for iPhone. Find out more at https://cobook.co
What's New in Version 3.1
- Unlocked all premium features for all users.
- Removed Facebook integration due to Facebook API shutdown on April 30th.
- Removed LinkedIn integration due to LinkedIn API shutdown on May 12th.
can it be worse now ?
Since cobook has been bough by full contact this app is worse every update
Now your facebook and linkedin contacts are no longer supported, to be fair they give you the warning and the reason but I still don’t understant the marketing management of this app? Do they understand those are major contact source for a lot of people ?
their politic behind the other source are also confusing, if I link my tweeter account they can post on my behalf ?? not sure i want to do that...
I guess i’m going to make some room on my dock
See you next time when other decisioin will be made.
Worse and worse
I agree with the general tenor of the latest reviews here. I used to love this app. The new version is extremely buggy - can’t even add a new contact at the moment without the app crashing. I’m removing the app both from my computors and all moble devices. No added value anymore, just insecurity as to whether the app is syncing properly or not (I WILL not pay $99.- dollars a year to get real time syncing I get for free on iCloud) and irritation.
Sad - this app is dead
So sad that an app which was so highly rated can die so quickly when it joins another company. And the Full Contact version is full of BEWARE reviews for Mac. Oh well — I switched to Busy Contacts and love it. It’s just doing what Apple Contacts should already be doing, but until Apple gets it together, Busy Contacts is great.