How to import your contacts to iPhone
Version 4 is now in the AppStore. The new features implemented in this version:
1.) App attempts to map the file fields automatically, based on the common names, like “First name” and so on.
2.) App attempts to map the phone types automatically (like “mobile.provate” = “mobile”).
3.) It is now possible to select as phone numbers column which contain non-numeric numbers after feedback from users.
The mappings are done for most fields for files exported from Samsung and LG PC studios.
As always, your feedback is very much appreciated.
Version (3.0) of “Contacts In: Import CSV Contacst” is released by Apple.
Implemented some new features:
1. ) Import of birthdays. Different date formats are supported and app will try to detect format automatically. Works fine with 20+ date formats, including US, Europe and others, also RFC3339 (variant of which is used by Samsung PC Studio/Kies).
2. ) Added import of postal address (street, city and so on). Though country will be always country of the user (which should be ok for most of the cases).
3.) Added middle name (in some countries it is important).
New version 2.0 of “Contacts In: Import CSV Contacts” has been released.
The main new features are:
1.) Import of files with other separators. You can select comma (used by default), semicolon, tab or other symbol. This solves problem of import of contacts from Nokia phone. Nokia PC Suite creates CSV file where semicolon is used as separator.
2.) Import of phone labels (types), like “work”, “mobile” etc. you have two options:
a.) If in whole column of your file the phone type is the same (for example, you have column which is called “Mobile phone”). In this case you select fixed phone lable “mobile” and all phones in this column will be imported as “mobile” phones.
b.) In the same collumn of the file you have “mobile” phone, “work” phones and so on. The type is indicated in another column (for example “Phone 1 type”). This is how many PC Software export the contacts (at least Samsung and LG do). In this case you can select that phone number is taken from column “Phone number 1” and phone type is taken from columns “Phone 1 type“. Then you will have to assign what each type from the file means. For example, Samsung uses type like those: “Landline.Business”, “Mobile.Private”. You will be asked to map those types to iPhone types. For example, “Landline.Business” is equal to “work” in iPhone, “Mobile.Provate” and “Mobile.Work” both are equal to “mobile” on iPhone.
3.) Improved interface. This include preview of text file in form of table, progress indicator when table in recognized (this may be long operation) and more.
4.) Phone numbers are now allowed to have symbols like ( ) – [ ] and so on.