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| March 22, 2013
Now Open To All, 'Adaptive' Contact Syncing App Addappt Gains Group Features
The "adaptive" contact syncing app addappt has just received an update that, most importantly, makes the app open to all. You see, when the app was launched last December, use of addappt was by invitation only. But now, the app, along with everything it has to offer, is available for use by anyone. No invitation code necessary. But what does addappt do anyway? As Jamie noted in her post about the app following its launch, addappt is designed to "change the way you use your address book, for the better." Essentially, addappt is a private address book that's automatically updated every time any of your connected contacts makes changes to his or her contact information. And this private address book now lets you organize your contacts into groups. [caption id="attachment_395318" align="aligncenter" width="280"] addappt[/caption] In addition to opening the app to anyone, the latest update to addappt also introduces group management plus group messaging. The app's new group management feature lets you create groups of contacts, while its new group messaging feature, of course, lets you send messages (whether by text or email) to the contacts in a group. The new addappt update also includes the following improvements:
Optimized for iPhone and iPod touch, the now open-to-all addappt is available in the App Store for free. [gallery link="file" order="DESC"]
- Cooler display of name and company on a contact card
- Alphabetical index on the right fixed
- FaceTime icon now active for labels mobile and more