Buzz Contacts, an app from Ken Yarmosh, is available for 99 US cents at the App Store.I haven’t lost a phone number in about 10 years. That’s thanks in part to never having lost a cellphone or dropped it into a large body of water — not in the last decade, anyway. And now that cloud syncing services are easy to use, even a missing or broken phone doesn’t necessarily mean you’ll have to resort to one of those sheepish “send me your numbers” posts on Facebook.But it does mean your personal phonebook may one day become very cluttered. Numbers for acquaintances you haven’t actually spoken to for years, double entries, mysterious orphaned email addresses, numbers for people you may never need to call again but want to hang onto just in case — they all end up floating around in iPhone’s Contacts app. Unless you’re an address book neat freak, it can be a little difficult to find the actual person you do want to contact — and after that, figure out which of several entries under his or her name contains the number you’re trying to reach.iOS has a Favorites list in its Phone app, but it’s just… Read full this story
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