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January 14, 2021
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Reviewed by Sarah Hanlon
Keeping in touch with business colleagues, and people in general, is easier than ever thanks to social media, but sometimes you need to be able to share more than your Twitter handle with others.
Sharing more details is where a comprehensive app like Pocket vCard comes into play.
Pocket vCard is a delightfully well-designed app that makes it incredibly easy to build a detailed contact profile and share it with others who are using the app.
Concept and Functionality:
One of the challenges we face with the global pandemic is working remotely, so being able to share detailed contact information safely and easily is crucial.
Setting up Pocket vCard, developed by Brijesh Kothari, is fast and easy. You simply provide a valid phone number. Once you’ve validated it, you can build your profile.
Thanks to its well-thought-out design, Pocket vCard is dead simple to navigate.
This is definitely ideal when it comes to sharing information quickly. After all, the last thing you want to do is mess with clunky menus while someone is waiting for your information.
While I found it easy to change and update my profile, the one thing I discovered is the tight security built into this app. I couldn’t find a way to change my primary phone number. While that does improve security, it also is not ideal in a world where people may changes phones, and therefore phone numbers, when they change jobs.
It’s possible that I’m overlooking an additional setting somewhere in Pocket vCard, and of course you can always set up a new account and move your contacts over, but I feel a more direct way to update your phone information would be an improvement for this already very functional contact app.
Pocket vCard iPhone App
Pocket vCard really shines when it comes to extra features that business folks will truly appreciate.
For example, if you change any information in your profile, the app will notify contacts you’ve connected with to let them know you’ve updated something. You can choose who receives these update notifications, as well.
Being able to scan a QR code is another neat feature of Pocket vCard, but the catch is you can only scan the code using the Pocket vCard app. The same is true if you share your profile link – it can only be opened in the app.
The good news is that Pocket vCard is available on both the App Store and Google Play.
Lastly, Pocket vCard supports 16 languages. This makes it perfectly suited for the global stage.
Pocket vCard is available to download from the App Store for free and there’s a subscription option if you exceed the limited number of scans and shares. You can pay $0.99 per month or $9.99 per year to unlock unlimited sharing.
Overall, Pocket vCard is a helpful contact sharing app that’s off to a great start. The key to their success is getting the ball rolling on having more people using it. That should not be a problem, however, given the benefits derived from using this app.
Pocket vCard requires iOS 8.0 or later and is compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. A small expedite fee was paid by the developer to speed up the publication of this review.
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