Imagine being part of a large team where you had to share your phone number with everyone. Normally the way this happens is that all team members would list their contact information on a page that is passed around. Then anybody who wants to store these numbers can do so by looking at the list and storing the numbers on their phone. For large lists, this last step can be a very time consuming and inconvenient one.
The process becomes even lengthier if you have to sort all added contacts into the same group to efficiently contact all of them. Here to help you get rid of this inconvenience by converting those physical contact lists to digital ones on your smartphones is a tool called Ringya.
Ringya is a free to use smartphone application for iOS devices. This application is sized at nearly 7 MB and it is compatible with iPod Touch, iPhone, and iPad devices that are running version 5.0 or later of iOS. Using this app you can take a picture of any physical contact list and it will be converted to a digital one.
This digital contact list will then be imported in your address book, adding all contacts on the list. Each contact list you scan can also be grouped together which makes it easier to text or email them all in one go.
- A user friendly phone application.
- Lets you scan physical contact lists and convert them to digital contact lists.
- Sends scanned contacts to address book.
- Can group scanned contacts together.
Check out Ringya for iPhone @ https://itunes.apple.com/app/id523614376?mt=8