Whether you want to transfer or import your contact from iPhone to Mac, you can either use Apple’s iCloud or AirDrop to get it done quickly and efficiently. Still many users found it difficult to use iCloud and AirDrop as well. Hence, they prefer to use other third-party apps to Import Contacts from iPhone to Mac.
We are here with the alternative third-party app “AnyTrasns” to import your data from the iOS device to Mac. It allows you to choose specific data which you want to send to other devices without any interruption and omission. Let find out how to use AnyTrasns to import contacts from iPhone to Mac.
Step #1. Launch Settings app on your iOS device.
Step #4. Now, tap on iCloud.
How to Import Contacts from iPhone to Mac via AnyTrans
If you don’t want to sync your iPhone contacts to Mac using iCloud, you can use third-party software like AnyTrans to get things done easily.
What I like about AnyTrans is that it allows you to import selected contacts to your Mac.
Besides, it lets you sync iPhone contacts to the Mac Contacts app and save them as vCard or CSV file the hard drive.
Step #1. Download and install AnyTrans for Mac. Then, you need to run it.
Step #2. Next, connect your iPhone to computer and click on Contacts tab.
Step #3. Now, you can preview and select some or all the contacts you wish to sync to Mac.
Then, click the Send to Mac Contacts button in order to sync iPhone contacts to Mac address book.
If you want to sync iPhone contacts to vCard or CSV files on your Mac hard drive, click the Send to Mac button.
The file manager software lets you transfer more than 20 types of iOS data from iPhone to Mac or Windows PC including photos, videos, music, books, contacts, messages, apps, ringtones, voicemail, voice memos etc.
The Bottom Line:
Thanks to the availability of dozens of third-party software and iCloud, it’s quite simple to transfer data from iOS to MacOS or vice-versa. However, iCloud remains my favorite cloud service as it’s more secure and allows you to sync data between iDevices seamlessly. What do you think of it?