CloudSponge vs Cardhop: What are the differences?
CloudSponge: Import address books from Linkedin, Facebook, Yahoo, Hotmail, MSN, Gmail, AOL, Outlook and macOS Address Book. CloudSponge imports address books from Linkedin, Facebook, Yahoo, Hotmail, MSN, Gmail, AOL, Outlook and Mac OS X Address Book. Use these addresses to Invite Friends, Find Friends, or whatever application you need. It can easily be plugged into your website in less than 5 minutes using our simple copy/paste HTML widget. For more advanced applications, we also have our Address Book API available; Cardhop: Search, add, edit, and interact with your contacts while still having fun. It is an app that makes it fast and easy to add a new contact or look up an existing one. It works on both the iPhone and iPad, and it’s simple enough to use that it may actually make you want to manage your contacts.
CloudSponge and Cardhop can be categorized as "Contact Management" tools.
Some of the features offered by CloudSponge are:
- Contact importer for all major webmail and desktop address books
- Gmail, Facebook, LinkedIn, Yahoo, Outlook.com, Mac Address Book, Outlook, AOL, Plaxo
- REST API
On the other hand, Cardhop provides the following key features:
- Detach the menu bar window
- Light or dark theme
- Quickly toggle between groups and servers
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