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Systweak Launches Duplicate Contacts Fixer
The tool helps to scan and remove duplicate contacts on Android.
With Duplicate Contacts Fixer, you can easily identify multiple entries of the same contact regardless of their names. Once you scan for duplicates, it lists them in groups, so you can review them before deleting. After installing the app, you can click 'Find Duplicates' to look for duplicate entries. As the results are listed, just click on 'Delete Duplicate' to clean all the unwanted stuff.
"As a company we have always attempted to add practical utilities to available technology. And we must say Duplicate Contacts Fixer is certainly synonymous to our goals in making existing technology better. An organized contacts list will not only make it easier for users to find specific contacts, but also remove useless clutter. We hope that this app finds a permanent room in user devices to keep their address books neat and tidy." Said, Mr. Srishail Rana, CEO, Systweak Software.
"The phone's address book is one of the most disorganized regardless of what device you're using. With this product, we wanted to provide users with the option of not only tidying up their phone contacts, but also make it more easily to look for specific contacts. We hope this product does what it's designed to do and exceed user expectations."
Systweak Duplicate Contacts Fixer is compatible with all Android devices and can be downloaded from Play Store.
Scan, Identify and Remove Duplicate Contacts on Android
About the company: Systweak Software has been developing and distributing Windows, Mac, iOS & Android Apps for the last 19 years to improve the average user's digital experience. It has recently been featured in "100 Most Promising Microsoft Solution Providers" list by the enterprise solutions magazine, CIO Review. Some of the company's flagship apps have been featured on Newswatch, the Discovery Channel's tech news bulletin. Systweak Software has a large user-base in North America followed by several countries in Europe and Asia.