One easy widget. Dozens of address books.
CloudSponge’s Contact Picker allows your users to share their contacts with your website without typing, uploading spreadsheets, or copying and pasting from another window.
Fast and Easy Install
Integrate with Google Contacts, Yahoo, Outlook.com and more in minutes, not weeks.
Actively monitored, maintained and supported since 2010.
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- Use the “Add From Address Book” button below to launch the contact picker.
- Connect any of your address books. Don’t worry—your contacts are NEVER saved to disk.
- Select a few contacts and push “Get X Contacts”. Nothing will be sent or stored, this is just a demo.
Add From Address Book (Demo Only!)
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That seems easy enough.
Why not just build it myself?
Why do the talented dev teams at Airbnb, Yelp, and more choose CloudSponge over DIY?
- Lower costs
- Faster time-to-market
- Infinitely scalable
- No lost dev time
You could invest hours learning dozens of APIs and CSV formats, digging through docs, and playing integration whack-a-mole every time something breaks.
Use CloudSponge to integrate with every major address book in minutes. We’ll handle the maintenance, and your developers can focus on building what users want without worrying about address book integrations ever again.
How often do we make fixes and updates? See for yourself in our changelog.
If we were to build and maintain this technology on our own, it would likely cost us roughly 30 to 50 times the cost of using CloudSponge.
The fastest ROI multiplier on the planet. Seriously.
Here’s what happens when users don’t have to type, remember, or manually upload addresses to import their contacts…
We take security and privacy seriously.
Your customers and their contacts are critical to your business. Protecting both is non-negotiable.
That’s why contacts are never saved to disk.
And why we’ve implemented layers of physical, operational, and software security measures that have passed dozens of audits.Review Our Security Measures