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This article was published on April 29, 2015

Got multiple Google accounts? FullContact now keeps your contacts in sync across them all

Got multiple Google accounts? FullContact now keeps your contacts in sync across them all
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If you’re like me, you’ve accumulated a handful of Google accounts over the years. Remembering which contacts are stored in which Gmail address book can be a pain. Now FullContact is fixing that with a new cross-account sync feature.

The contact management service, which is available on the Web, iOS and as a Gmail plugin, will now keep all your connected Gmail address books in sync with each other.

It’s a premium feature, so you’ll have to pay $9.99 per month or $99 per year for a subscription that also includes benefits like real-time sync and support for up to 25,000 contacts (the free version supports only 5,000 contacts and syncs once per day).

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Multi-account sync is a particularly useful feature if you’re worried about losing access to valuable contacts when you switch jobs and lose access to a corporate account run through Google for Work. Now, all those contacts will be in your personal Gmail account too. Neat.

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