vCardManager - creates a new way of handling vCard or widely known as business cards.
This app can receive or send from/to any mobile phones or any gadgets that support business card.
Business card handling should have been a standard feature of a smartphone like the Treo phones.
Unfortunately, Palm chose not to include it in the package. vCardManager fills up this missing feature.
Send contact information to other mobile phones via vCard. E.g. Nokia, SE, Samsung, etc.
If the recipient’s phone has vCard handling capability, they will receive it as “BUSINESS CARD RECEIVED”. Else, they will receive it as a regular SMS.
Each phone brand has its own way of handling vCard yet each one of them can be handled by vCardManager. Hence, choosing the right phone before sending a vCard is very important.
Capable of sending a widely-used business card format or just plain SMS with the contact’s information. This is a contingency option if ever the user is unsure of the recipient’s phone brand. If the vCard is more than 160 characters, it will be automagically parsed to the general vCard format.
Enabling the vReceive option will make vCardManager as the default business card handler.
Options of saving vCard as a new contact entry, as SMS, or just discard it.
It will run on the background without affecting the Treo’s speed. No hede or vchr calls. Set-and-forget after activation. Once set, no user interaction is needed. This app can survive crashes and resets. vReceive will still remain active all the time. The only way to stop it is to press the Disable button.
5-way nav support.
Built-in CallerID engine. See the name of the business card sender. Unlike in Nokia, they don’t know who sent the business card. :p