Far too often, the business cards we collect from others get lost or simply clog our wallets. In this Tech Minute, CNET's
Kara Tsuboi reports on some handy apps to help you save and manage all that valuable contact information, with no need to shuffle through hundreds of bits of paper.
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Whether it's a card from a business associates or your hair stylist try using a few handy app so hold on to valuable contact information. All three of these free apps rely on your Smartphone or -- camera to take a picture of the card. So add the person as a contact in your address book. But each Apple offers its own set of features. Card months that business card reader from linked in that works best if you're already a Linkedin member. -- to -- is uploaded Apple automatically connects you when that person allowing you full access to their profile. -- card boasts that it can read twelve different languages and offers to sync your contacts with Gmail and exchange you can also share the contact information through taxed. And finally scanned his cards will automatically send an email to your new contacts with all of your contact info that's great if you're running short to the actual paper cards. In addition you can organize contacts into groups and -- follow up appointments directly to your calendar from the sap. And San Francisco and cars -- -- cnet.com for CBS news yeah.
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