FullContact is a contact management platform built for individuals, businesses, and developers. By combining multiple address books and storing the associated information in one place, FullContact users can eliminate redundancy, pull up additional information, and easily share their contact lists with others.
The way you utilize FullContact will depend on who you are. Individuals who sign up for a Beta account can import their address books from Google, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Foursquare, and any other source that exports data in vCard format. Once that data has been imported into the FullContact platform, it can be enriched with photos and personal information pulled from social media accounts. FullContact handles all formatting issues, ensuring that every name, email address, and phone number appears in a standardized way. Contacts can then be grouped into lists, and shared with colleagues through the cloud-based contact management system.
Developers can use FullContact to make their apps more robust, by adding context to partial address book contacts. The Person API makes it possible to look up individuals by email, Twitter handle, Facebook ID, or phone number, and automatically pull publicly available information (like phone numbers and email addresses) into users’ contact profiles.
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