iShare Contacts allows you to selectively share any or all of your address book entries with others via e-mail.
For example, a coworker needs some customer contact information. You (being the resourceful person you are) whip out your iPhone/iPod, open iShare Contacts, and select all contacts from a given company or e-mail domain and mail them off. It's that easy.
Put simply, when the application launches you're presented with a list of contacts from which you can filter and select contacts to be shared. Once selected and the action icon is tapped, an e-mail is composed with the selected contacts attached. All you do is choose who to send it to and click "Send."
The best part: If you mail these contacts to another iPhone/iPod Touch user, they will be able to import them into their address book directly from the mail attachment whether they use iShare Contacts or not.
* Search by First/Last Name, Company, or E-mail address
* Convenient "Select All", "Un-Select All", and "Invert Selection" toolbar buttons.
* Stand-alone app. No need to use a web browser on another machine to share your contacts.
* iPhone/iPod with OS 4.0 or later
* E-mail account configured on your device
Please refer all problems/questions to iShareContacts@sdgeex.com
Note: We have received some bad reviews based on interoperability with Yahoo Mail, Lotus Notes, and Outlook. The Lotus Notes problem is under investigation. Outlook does not support having multiple contacts in a single vcard file. For Yahoo mail, the problem stems from a lack of vCard integration between mail and contacts. The basic procedure is to save the .vcf attachment from your Yahoo mail account locally and then import it through the Mail Options panel as outlined in this document: http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/smallbusiness/bizmail/contacts/contacts-07.html