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Contacts Cleaner Helps You Merge Duplicate Contacts

contacts-cleaner Beaver Creek Consulting released a new application called Contacts Cleaner that hopes to help you clear up clutter in your address book. It tries to identify duplicate contacts you have based on first and last names and company names. You then select one contact as the duplicate and it will merge the data between the two contacts while deleting the duplicate.

Sounds pretty simple to me and something you could do easily with a time consuming manual process. That is why I think the $3.99 price tag is a bit pricey for such an application but at least they have it on sale until February 16th for $2.99. I am assuming the price tag has something to do with App Worlds $2.99 lowest price option. RIM really needs to fix that…

Check out a video of the app in action below:

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  1. Thanks for the tip! I’ve checked out the forums over the past several weeks and it seems as though removing duplicate contacts manually cannot be done without deleting your address book and starting from scratch. I just bought Contact Cleaner from Blackberry App World and it worked beautifully.

  2. Thanks guys – I used Contacts Cleaner for my Blackberry and I just got rid of several hundred duplicates. I was doing this manually and saw this posting. Thanks so much. I’m going to try to find you on Twitter so that I can continue to keep up!

  3. I agree – the app is wonderfully simple to use. I went from 1300 contacts to 450. My admin. assistant tried to clean up my address book for over a year. Thanks to this posting I learned about Beaver Creek Consulting’s Contacts Cleaner app. My address book is finally something that I can use!

  4. Ronen, You rock!

    Thank you for recommending the Blackberry App Contacts Cleaner. After reading your post, I purchased it and it worked. I have tried just about everything. Had I not found out about this App, I would still be struggling to use my address book.

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