About a year and a half ago we released Cardhop for Mac, which was our vision for a better way of using and interacting with your contacts. Instead of thinking of your contacts as random pieces of data, we want Cardhop to help you to see your contacts as what they really are: important people in your life.
Not surprisingly, one of the most common requests we receive is to have Cardhop available on iOS. We heard you loud and clear, and today we’re happy to announce Cardhop for iOS!
If you’re already enjoying Cardhop for Mac, then we think you’re going to love Cardhop on your iPhone and iPad. But if you’re not yet part of the Cardhop family, now is the perfect opportunity to change that! Cardhop for iOS is a universal app, so it looks and works great on both iPhone and iPad.
If you want a deeper dive into Cardhop for iOS, take a look at our tutorial videos to see Cardhop in action.
Cardhop for Mac is also receiving a free update today. Cardhop 1.2 for Mac adds support for syncing with Cardhop for iOS, favorite contacts, and directory lookup support for Google Contacts, G Suite, and Exchange.
We hope you enjoy using Cardhop on your iPhone and iPad. We’ve certainly had a lot of fun developing Cardhop, and we look forward to hearing what you think!