Google Contacts which is the soul for the Google services including Gmail, Google+, Hangouts and other services is getting a new and improved look
Google has finally decided to say goodbye to its all fashioned Contact Manager as it decides to give a complete makeover to all services on Google platform, post the Android Lollipop 5.0 release.
Google said in the blog post that the new Google Contacts comes with a fresh look which will help you to keep track of the people you know, Circles from Google+ or the people you mail/talk to in Gmail.
From email to Hangouts to a good ol’ fashioned phone call, you’ve got a lot of options to get in touch with someone. But keeping all those options organized for all your contacts…well, it can be a pain, especially when you need to find that information in a hurry!
So today we’re releasing a preview of the new Google Contacts that makes it easier to keep track of the people you know and get the info you need, fast. The new Google Contacts comes with a fresh look and feel, and conveniently pools together all your contacts, circles, and the people you talk to most in Gmail.
Its not only the looks, Google is also working on to bring new improved features that will make it easier for the users to use Google Contacts.
Some of The features in the new and refreshed Google Contacts are,
- Easily get rid of duplicates
- Keep your contacts up to date automatically
- See your recent emails & meetings
The preview is rolling out now, but you can bypass that process by heading to contacts.google.com/preview directly, if you are a Google Apps customers, then you’ll still have to wait for next few weeks before this updates becomes available to you.
While Google has always been updating its services like Gmail, Maps, Hangouts, it had neglected Google Contacts, now it seems like Google is working on those it forget to update.