MCBackup makes contacts back up easily and quickly, but it doesn't let you control who makes the cut. It backs up every contact in your phone, no matter if you never call nor text that person. If you don't mind having to sort your old contacts yourself once they're on your new phone, this app will do all of the backing up for you.
This app boils down all of your backup to a single button push. Once you tap it, it finds every contact on your phone -- even some you probably didn't even know were saved. Even if you have plenty of contacts, the app shouldn't take more than a minute to get everything backed up. Once you have the file, you can save it to any app that supports the format, which includes e-mail, cloud storage, and many other apps that revolve around saving important information. While you can't exclude anyone from the backup, you can set frequent reminders to back up your contacts, as well as change which phone numbers get saved and how contact pictures are handled. You have to make all of these changes universal, though.
The app takes all of the guesswork out of backup for people who are afraid they might mess something up if they try it. While Android already has a fail-safe backup in place, redundancy never hurt anyone! MCBackup is especially neat because it gets the job done so quickly.
* Minor bugfixes
My Contacts Backup is the easiest way to backup and restore your contacts all from your phone without needing a computer or synchronization. You can backup all your contacts with a single touch and send yourself as a .vcf attachment via email.
All contacts can then easily be restored any time by simply opening .vcf file in your mailbox.
* Offline Backup. No need to sync to any server. Just email the backup file to yourself.
* Your adress book is secure and safe. We don't access or store your contacts.
* Easy restore. No need to any app to restore backup file. Just tap on the *.vcf backup file in the Android or iPhone mail client.
* Easily transfer contacts between Android or iPhone devices using just email client.
* Copy backup file to your computer via USB cable feature.
* Set REMINDER to backup regularly (weekly or monthly)
* Backup Contacts as VCF (VCard)
IMPORTANT NOTE: After sending backup file (*.vcf) to yourself, please check your inbox if message arrived and contains attachment (backup file). Sometimes email providers block attachments if attachment size is too large. Try with another mail account if possible, to send your backup file. Or copy backup file (on SD card) to your computer via USB cable.