March 30, 2010 in Productivity (E)
[prMac.com] New York, NY - Announcing that Anagram Technologies, the developer of Copy2Contact, has released a new product for iPhone and iPod touch users. The popular Copy2Contact technology that has previously only been available for the PC and BlackBerry is now being offered as an exciting, new App. Users now have a fast, easy way to capture contact information with just a tap from virtually any text source, eliminating re-typing, copying fields of data, and errors.
Anyone who keeps a current contact list is well aware of how painstaking it can be to transfer the information from an email or document. Flipping back and forth between screens to copy and paste each line is inaccurate and error-prone, as is retyping all the data by hand. It's also very time consuming.
So, what's the solution? How can you improve the ease and precision of moving details to your contact list? The answer is Copy2Contact! This technology has been helping users of Microsoft Outlook and Salesforce for the past eight years, and BlackBerry device owners get even more benefit from its streamlined contact entry process. Companies like LinkedIn trust it and the program has gained acclaim as its user base has grown.
Previously, Copy2Contact was not available on the iPhone due to the platform's lack of a copy-and-paste feature. iPhone and iPod touch users now have a chance to pick it up in the App Store now that the iPhone's capabilities have caught up to the technology. With the enhancements in the 3.0 operating system, users are now able to take advantage of what Copy2Contact offers.
Essentially, the application removes the data entry step of maintaining a current contact list. Users can take information from any text source - web pages, email signatures, documents, resumes, and more - and instantly save it into their address book. Using Copy2Contact requires only highlighting the block of text and tapping the Copy button. The app takes it from there!
Copy2Contact grabs the contact in its entirety, removing the risk of error. Its built-in intelligence figures out which details go in each field. After that, users can review the new contact before saving. If the user grabs contact info for an existing record, the application will add any information that is missing from the original.
* Works with emails, search results, text messages and more
* Eliminates tedious copy/paste, re-typing, and errors
* Does not require a wireless connection
* Updates existing contacts if missing complete information
* Advanced AI technology tuned for 8 years on real-world data
* Full set of preferences for auto-capitalization and other customization
Anagram Technologies is currently offering the basic Copy2Contact app for free. It includes everything that their PRO version has but only saves up to four new contacts per week. According to the developer, this is ample for casual users. Having this type of technology at your fingertips has some impressive implications: First of all, it increases productivity and accuracy. But more importantly, it's a great way to capture leads, quickly and easily. It's great for salespeople, recruiters, executives, assistants, and anyone who makes productivity a priority. Maybe that's why LinkedIn licensed Copy2Contact for use by its customers.
* iPhone and iPod touch
* Requires iPhone OS 3.0 or later
* 0.6 MB
Pricing and Availability
Copy2Contact 1.0.1 is FREE and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category. Promo codes are available for qualified reviewers. Please specify the website or blog you represent when making your request.
Anagram Technologies has been distributing and refining its Copy2Contact Technology, formerly called Anagram, since 2001. Anagram's offerings include stand-alone software, server-based web services and now applications for mobile devices. Partners and Licensees like LinkedIn, Jigsaw, Iambic, NetSuite, and Salesforce.com all trust Anagram Technologies' Copy2Contact Technology as the leader in its field. Copyright (C) 2010 Mobile-App-Marketing-Makeover & Edward Turner. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.