The More You Know, the Better it Gets!

A well-designed iPhone app may appear deceptively simple because only so many functions can fit into a small display. For this reason, let's start with the functional overview of Skrol's main page:

Add new contacts
Add new contacts by dictating, typing, scanning a business card, or reading a QR code

Select a Group
Tap to return to the All contacts list, select another group, or open another account

Find contacts
Find contacts with voice, or type here to search by any field, or a combination of fields

Accounts and Profiles
Tap to switch between iPhone, Gmail, Outlook, and other accounts and to select Business card profiles

Page view options
Switch between the List and Gallery views, sort by field, and manage groups

List view
Scrollable list of contacts in current account or group.  Find, add, edit, and delete contacts

Open Favorites group
Intended for accessing the most frequently used contacts

Actions history
Review all of the recent contacts’ actions and repeat them

Actions menu
List of available options for groups and contacts, such as mail merge

Predictive alphabet
Swipe a finger along the alphabet strip to advance a list view to a desired contact’s name

Actions menu
List of available options for groups and contacts, such as mail merge

View Reminders
List of recently expired and pending birthdays and events, and tools to follow them up

All primary controls illustrated above are always present on top-level pages. This design helps you develop visual- and finger memory because "things" are always where you expect them to be. But when you rotate the app horizontally, the active page transforms into a touchless digital business cards that is always with you!

The structure of the well-organized contacts organizer

Skrol is organized into Address books, Lists and Galleries, Groups, and Folders. This structure is identical to the iPhone's Contacts app but is optimized for privacy and ease of use. Here is a brief description of each component and their respective benefits:

Address books from any source

You can connect Skrol to the address books of all services listed on the right. Here are some of the benefits of having more than one address book on your iPhone:

  1. You can add multiple iCloud accounts, such as your spouse, child, or partner.
  2. All of the connected address books remain separate from each other and private.
  3. Instant access to contacts, such as clients and employees, related to your work. It may prove invaluable while away from a work computer;
  4. You can share your contacts with your assistant or partners. This way, when anyone makes changes, they will automatically appear on everyone’s smartphone;
  5. You can create shared address books for teams or families and ask everyone to update their contact information;

To reach the page on the right, select Contacts > Accounts > Add Account in the iPhone's Settings app

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A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

Switching between books

The illustration on the left shows Skrol with two address books in the My accounts menu: the iPhone’s own (iCloud account) and one more from Gmail (Google Contacts account). You will use this menu to switch between different address books.

The All contacts command will show both address books in a single list. Skrol doesn't restrict how many address books you can connect simultaneously. 

All connected address books remain as functional as the default Contacts app, including integration with Dialer, Messages, FaceTime, WhatsApp, Apple Watch, CarPlay, Siri, and all other compatible apps and devices.

You can move one or more contacts from one account to another using the multiselect option described in the List View section.*

You can also enable an option to combine duplicate contacts from different accounts into a single folder.*

*This function will become available in future updates.

Customizing access to address books

You may select the following options for each address books:

Show the address book inside Skrol;

Change address book name;

Select the user folder to personalize related tasks.

Include Favorites group into a global list of favorite contacts;

Add address book into a global search;

Monitor (or not) reminders related to each account.

Log Actions history, such as phone calls, texts, chats, emails, etc.

Enable View only mode to prevent edits;

Allow or not to delete contacts;

To edit these options, select Settings > Accounts > Account name > Account Settings. This format is similar to iPhone's, so you'll be right at home!

List view

A scrollable list of names is a natural and efficient way to locate and view contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the app's name.

Unlike the iPhone’s Contacts app, Skrol displays two lines of information to help you identify desired contacts. The first line contains a person's name, and the second provides additional information, such as position, company name, email, or phone number.

The avatar on the left may contain a person’s photo, a company’s logo, or the first two letters of the last name. Tapping the avatar enables the multiselect mode to perform operations with selected contacts.

The List view works well with address books of any size, but finding names in longer lists by scrolling isn't as efficient. To overcome this handicap, we’ve implemented a predictive alphabet navigation control described in the next section.

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A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

Predictive alphabet

An alphabet strip on the right of the list view is best for navigating long lists of names. To get to anyone fast, swipe a finger along the strip, stop on the first letter of the name, and swipe to the left to select a second letter! 

This method is illustrated on the left: a swipe up or down to the letter E opens a vertical list of all second letters, then a swipe to the left scrolls the matching record into view.

You may select to show the list starting with the first or last name. This option works for each address book or group individually. This way, a personal address book can start with the first name/last name pair while the much longer Company’s directory — with the last name.

The top and down arrows will advance the list to the beginning and the end. The dimmed letters of the alphabet mean no contacts are starting with that letter.

Swipe actions

After scrolling the list to a desired name, you can tap it to view a person’s folder, long-tap to make a phone call, double-tap to send a text, or swipe right or left to select any other assigned command.

The illustration on the left demonstrates the swipe to the left to make a call and the swipe to the right to send a text message. This way, making a call or sending a message takes only seconds.

If your work pattern differs, you may assign any other command to available taps or swipes. In addition to messaging and calling, these choices include viewing or editing folders, sending emails, adding or removing contacts to/from a group, repeating the last action, and deleting a contact.

This flexibility becomes particularly useful when organizing address books with hundreds of names.

Selecting names (mutliselect)

To understand the utility of the multiselect function, consider the following scenarios: 

  • You decided to delete outdated contacts but dread doing it record by the record;
  • You would like to create a Family group without having to open each folder individually to do so;
  • You need to email a book recommendation to several friends in one go, but creating a group for this one-time task doesn’t make sense.
  • You would like to create a list of people you wish to invite to the party and save it for future follow-ups;

To complete any of the above tasks, tap the avatars of the people you wish to include, and use the toolbar at the bottom of the list or the Action menu above the alphabet to complete a desired command or action.

The multiselect command works across multiple address books (All accounts option), except for creating groups.

Merge duplicates

You can use Skrol to merge duplicate or related folders from the same or different address books. Here is how:

  1. Switch to the “All accounts” list view mode to merge contacts from different address books.
  2. Tap the avatars of the two contacts you wish to merge. They don’t have to be next to each other.
  3. Tap the “2 records” command on the multiselect toolbar and tap the “Merge selected…” command. It will open the page you see on the left.
  4. To flip between the "Merge from" and "Merge into" contacts, tap the up/down arrow control.
  5. Select the desired options below that are self-explanatory and will be remembered for the next merge.
  6. Tap the Merge button to complete the task.

Just in case, the app will save the ‘Merge from” contact in the Deleted group.

Gallery view

You can flip between List and Gallery views from the Options menu next to the group name. Galleries are best for groups with each person having a photo, as in the Favorites group on the left. Here are the three top use cases for Galleries:

  1. To organize photos. Tap the caption under the image. It will open the "Add photo" menu with three options: Take a photo or selfie, Add an image from the Photos apps, and Find the photo on the web.
  2. As a visual speed dial. Tap the photo to open a folder and tap an app icon you'll use to contact this person the most. From now on, this icon will appear in the lower right-hand corner of the photo.
  3. To refresh face memory. Comes in handy before large family gatherings, class reunions, company-wide meetings, or other events with people you know. Peruse the Gallery a few times before the event to avoid the embarrassment of not recognizing a big boss, a former friend, or a distant rich uncle.

Contact folders in the view mode

You can add up to 50,000 folders to your iPhone. That number may be beyond practical for a smartphone's address book, but knowing you can is nice.

Unlike traditional contact organizers with a fixed number of fields, Skrol lets you store any reasonable number of emails, websites, phone numbers, notes, addresses, social links, chat sites, names of relatives, and anniversaries.

The image on the left illustrates a View folder. Fields are organized into sections, like the Phones, Chats, and Emails under Emily's photo. The View folder displays only sections with added fields to reduce clutter.

The icons next to each field interact with related apps. In this example, a phone number has three options: send a text message, use FaceTime, or make a call. Tapping the phone number (in blue) opens an Action menu with additional options for this field.

Tap the Edit command in the upper right-hand corner to add, update, or delete fields.

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List view (3)

A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

Folder commands

The three-dot command opens the menu on the left with the following options:

  1. Share my card. Sends your digital business card to the folder's owner via text or email;
  2. Share my location. We’ve added this option because finding a similar command in the iPhone when it’s usually needed in high-stress situations is exceedingly difficult;
  3. Share this contact. Opens the iPhone's Share panel to send the vCard via any available option. You can select which fields to share;
  4. Show QR code. Show the QR code with the current contact information. You can select which fields to share;
  5. Add to Group(s). Adds/Removes current contact to one or more groups;
  6. Add to Favorites. Adds/Removes current contact to/from the Favorites group.

Emails, Calendar & Websites

The Email section is intended for sending work and personal emails via your preferred app or directly from Skrol with personalized templates described in later sections. You can also use templates for sending personalized emails (mail merge) to all of your contacts, any one group, or several selected people.

The Calendar section connects to your preferred Calendar app. A tap on the icon opens its Event entry form. This way, you can enter new events directly from Skrol.

The Website section is intended for sites related to each contact. You may enter any reasonable number of websites, such as work, personal, blog, store, and similar others. A tap on your preferred browser icon opens a related site. You can add additional links to any contact directly from the browser by using the Share command and selecting the Skrol app. 

Chat apps

To start a chat from any app, you need to find and open it first. Second, you must locate the profile of the person you want to chat with. Finally, open their profile and start chatting. Skrol does all the same in a single tap from the Chat section.

Adding chat links is slightly different, depending on the app:

Once added, starting a chat requires only a single tap on the Chat app icon inside the person's folder.

  1. For WhatsApp, Viber, and Signal, the person's mobile phone number is usually their User ID.
  2. For apps like Twitter and Facebook Messenger, you need to find and link to their User ID, just like you would link to social sites.
  3. Legacy apps like Skype aren't searchable, and you must add a User ID manually.

Once added, starting a chat requires only a single tap on the Chat app icon inside the person's folder.

Social media sites and apps

Skrol helps you find and link to the social media pages of your contacts. This process involves only a few taps: 

Tap the Add command in the Edit folder to open a list of available social sites;

Tap the site name to open its search page and view a list of found names;

If found, tap the name of your contact to open their page;

Use the iPhone's Share command  to add the profile's ID to the contact's folder.

From now on, a single tap on a related social app icon will open the social profiles of your contacts.

Skrol supports linking to the top 20 major social apps. You can add more social, business, or corporate sites and directories via the Setup.

Notes & Addresses

The Notes section is intended for basic notes related to contacts, such as their brief bio and any other trivia that may be helpful in the future. You can add only one note per contact. The iPhone design determines this limitation, and we must abide by it for complete compatibility.

For keeping more detailed notes, you may attach cloud-based documents in the Website section.

The Address section is intended for work, home, or any other address a person may have. When you tap the preferred mapping app icon, Skrol opens the "Directions and Rides" menu that lets you select directions to/from a contact address and to/from your home, work, or current location, and vice-versa.

In cities with heavy traffic, you may select using Waze instead of Google or Apple Maps. Alternatively, you can tap the "Rides and Map" submenu to request an Uber or Lyft ride from your current location.

Relatives, Birthday & Reminders

The Relations section is intended for connecting to the folders of the family members in your address book. This way, tapping on the name of a relative will take you directly to their folder.

The iPhone design allows entering a single date into the Birthday section. Optionally, you can select to show the person's age and Zodiac sign in the same section. 

The Reminders sections let you add a reasonable number of recurring events, such as a family member's birthday, wedding anniversary, graduation date, and others.

If you dread missing important anniversaries of people close to you, add them to their folders. The Reminders icon on the bottom toolbar will light up with a red dot in advance of pending events to ensure this never happens. 

When Skrol app isn't running, reminders will appear as banners and icon badges on the home screen.

Business card & Groups

The Business Card section is intended for photos of the contact’s actual business cards. You can add one there in the following ways: while scanning an actual business card, selecting the image from the Photos library, or taking a business card photo with the Camera app. 

Why would you want to save someone’s business card? We don’t know, but the option is there for those situations when it may be necessary.

The Groups section shows all of the Groups this folder belongs to and opens them with a tap. You can add a contact to a new group by tapping the plus sign. You can also remove them from any groups inside the Edit folder.

We consider Groups one of the most important parts of Skrol and encourage you to create and maintain them diligently. This way, months or years later, you can quickly find and connect to people you may not remember by name.

Contact folders in the Edit mode

Since most of your contact folders will contain only a few phone numbers, emails, and, maybe, a website link, using a compact View folder is much faster.

The Edit folder, on the other hand, displays all available fields and adds a navigation toolbar for moving between them quickly. This design is similar to the iPhone Contacts app because both apps share the same database.

Thus, any changes you make inside Skrol are immediately updated inside the Contacts app and vice-versa.

The four icons on the bottom of the photo let you take a person's photo, select an image from the Photo library, find one on the web, or delete the photo.

And as you will learn further down (or have seen in the video), Skrol can scan business cards, read QR codes, and add vCards directly into the folder.

Edit menu for Folder's fields

While adding or editing contact folders, an active field displays the three-dot menu command that opens the menu illustrated on the left.

The Edit menu contains the common Cut, Copy, Paste, and Delete commands that apply to the selected field and are intended to help you update contact information faster and more easily.

Depending on the context, the Edit menu may contain additional commands to change font cases, swap related fields (such as first and last names), format phone numbers, and some others.

These options are especially handy on smartphones with small displays and finicky glass keyboards that could be faster and easier to use.

User Guide inside the app

To help you master the app, it includes a full User Guide. It breaks down each topic into smaller subtopics, as illustrated on the left. Because all illustrated articles are stored in the cloud, they are always up-to-date.

You can use the navigation controls in the bottom toolbar to read the Guide like you would read a Kindle book.

The History icon on the left end of the toolbar will show you the history of the topics you've read. The app icon on the opposite end returns you to Skrol.

For further convenience, you can switch the Guide between the dark and light modes, search through the items, and enlarge the font size.

Adding and researching contacts

Many people give up on using contact organizers because adding new contacts by hand, let alone on a smartphone, is such a pain. Not so with Skrol because you wouldn’t need to type in most cases. Researching contacts on a smartphone is even more challenging because you need to retype or copy/paste names into the browser. And good luck adding found information from the browser to the contact folder, especially images, links, and addresses. Skrol solves all that, and here is how:

Add new contacts without typing

To start, tap the Plus icon in the upper right-hand corner and select one of these options:

  1. Add new contact. Opens a new Edit folder to manually add contact information;
  2. Scan business card. The AI-assisted scanner adds business cards with nearly 100% accuracy;
  3. Paste from the Clipboard. Paste email signatures or addresses from the web and create a new folder with a single tap, and the app will automatically parse it into the appropriate fields;
  4. Scan QR Code. The built-in QR-code reader transfers all available contact information directly into the app;
  5. Add current location. The app creates a new folder with a current location address. You can add a location address to existing folders with a similar command inside the edit folder;
  6. Scan business card photo. This option opens the Photos library to select a business card photo you wish to scan.
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List view (3)

A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

Built-in business card scanner

Adding business cards to a smartphone by hand is a certified hassle. Not so with Skrol! Just select the Scan business card command, point the camera toward the card, and tap the Scan command. Skrol will recognize and add the available information into a new folder with nearly 100% accuracy.

After scanning the card, you may hand your phone to its owner and ask her to add a selfy to their folder. Alternatively, you can add any image from the Photo app or find a photo online and transfer it back to Skrol with the Share command.

You can add any reasonable number of emails, websites, phone numbers, notes, addresses, social links, chat sites, names of relatives, and anniversaries to any folder. iPhone limits the total number of folders to 50,000. Each folder can contain up to 256KB of information.

Scan QR codes

Nowadays, QR codes with contact information appear on business cards, billboards, menus, websites, print and media advertising, contact management apps, and many other sources.

To add these QR codes to Skrol, select the Scan QR code command from the "Add new contact" menu, and point the camera to the code as illustrated on the left.

In less than a second, Skrol will open a new folder containing all of the information in the QR code. At this point, you can review the folder, add extra notes, and save it.

All the QR code-related information added to Skrol will appear near-instantly in iPhone, Mac, Apple Watch, and CarPlay Contacts apps and all other apps and services compatible with the iCloud Contacts database.

Paste from the Clipboard

You can copy contact information from emails, texts, websites, documents, or any other source and paste it directly to Skrol.

This method works thanks to the semantic analyzer built into the app. The analyzer processes the texts you copied, and assigns parcels of text to contact fields, such as email, phone number, website, first name, last name, title, suffix, company name, stress address, city, state, and others.

This engine has been trained on hundreds of rules and close to hundred thousand unique names to improve recognition and attain above 95% accuracy.

After determining all possible fields, the app assigns them to the matching contact fields in the edit folder and opens it up, so you can confirm the accuracy. To add unrecognized fields, tap the plus icon next to a desired form field to add matching content, as illustrated on the left.

To transfer a text to the Note field, you may use the Copy/Paste commands built into all iPhone apps.

Add current location

The “Add current location” command is super-handy while visiting a restaurant, a store, or any other place or person who isn’t yet in your address book.

Skrol obtains the current address using a geolocation address lookup built into the iPhone. Exact geolocation may not work in areas that haven't been mapped, such as fields, forests, mountains, rural areas, and similar others.

But when it works, it’s like magic because it frees you from the tedious task of typing accurate address information into a smartphone.

The iPhone can’t identify the name of the place you are in for privacy reasons or because many buildings have multiple commercial tenants. Just scroll down the page to add contact-related information, such as business name, phone number, email, etc.

Please always verify the building number because GPS information may be slightly off in some locations.

Adding contacts from vCards

vCard is a data interchange format standard for electronic business cards. These cards are commonly attached to e-mails, text messages, and QR codes.

Tapping the vCard link in any app, site, or document opens the iPhone's vCard reader illustrated on the left.

The tap on the Save command in the upper right-hand corner adds displayed contact information to the iCloud Contacts database, and it appears inside Skrol near-instantly.

FYI: You can share yours or anyone else vCard directly from Skrol and via any app by using the Share vCard command at the end of each folder.

The vCard format has been around since the early 1990, and it is far more universal than any other standard. And unlike QR codes, vCards can also contain a person's photo, company logo, and other details.

Research contacts on the web

Skrol will help you research your contacts on the web and add relevant information to their folders without typing.

The app will recognize and add contacts' names, titles, photos, emails, weblinks, phone numbers, addresses, social sites, chat services, and text notes to appropriate fields.

For privacy reasons, you can select a preferred search engine, such as DuckDuckGo or any other.

To start, tap the contact's photo, open the "Search the web for...", and select the desired search command. The app will open the browser window with the search result displayed. Tap the found information to transfer it back to Skrol via the iPhone's Share option.

While in the browser, you can also link any page back to contact by selecting the Share option. The app will recognize social sites and add contact IDs to appropriate fields.

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List view (3)

A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

Finding photos on the web

Having large and attractive photos of people inside your address book makes it far more personal, attractive, and fun to use. Fortunately, nowadays, you can find good quality recent photos of most people on the web, and we've made it quick and simple.

To start, tap the photo section to reveal photo-related commands, tap the Search icon, and select the "Photos and images" command. The app opens the web search page with the contact's public photos.

To add a photo to the Skrol app, tap down the one you like, select the "Share" command, and tap the Skrol icon to return to the app. If this explanation isn't clear, please watch the Introduction video.

If you can't find a photo on the web, you can add one from your Photos library or take an actual photo of the person the next time you see them. And we'll soon add an option to request a photo and more contact information via email.

Using Skrol to interact with people and apps

Plain vanilla organizers don't get much use because they focus mainly on storing names, emails, and phone numbers. Not surprisingly, all people-related apps, such as WhatsApp or LinkedIn, develop their own contacts list, each with its own user interface and quirks. To get in touch with anyone, you need to locate and open the app first, find the person next, and, finally, open their folder. Not so with Skrol — just tap the service icon you wish to use, and it instantly opens a related app with the contact's name in focus, ready to start a call or chat. Here is how it works:

Reminders

Skrol ensures that you never miss important events in the lives of your family members, friends, and associates. The Reminders page on the left is a place to view, search, and manage pending, current, and expired reminders.

— The first section displays today's reminders and notifications about forthcoming events. You can adjust the range of days before and after today's date in Settings.

— To ensure ample preparation time for an event, you can enable multiple notifications for each reminder.

— The next two section show expired (crossed out) and pending reminders for each address book.

— You can select to show all reminders in a single list or by account (as it is on the left);

When the app is closed, you will receive notifications about pending reminders on the Lock Screen, inside the Notification Center, as banners inside apps, and as the badge in the upper right-hand corner of the app icon.

Reminders folder

The pending birthdays and annual recurring events, are contained in the person's folder. It contains four additional options to help you resolve the reminder:

— Send a gift command will connect you to popular gift sites so you can select, order, and send an appropriate gift;   

— Add to Calendar. To avoid cluttering your schedule with numerous reminders, you can add them to your Calendar app only when they become due.

— Snooze for N days command lets you postpone a reminder for the number of days selected in the Settings. 

— Off until the next year command will remove the reminder from the pending list until its next occurrence.

‍In addition to these options, you can make a call, send a text, start a chat, or post a social page message to convey your wishes related to this event right from Skrol.

Reminders settings (1)

The Reminders functions are infinitely customizable to accommodate your work needs and lifestyle. To open the Reminders settings page (on the left), tap the sandwich menu in the upper-left corner under the avatar shown in the previous illustration. The following options are available:

— The Accounts to monitor section lets you select which address book (in addition to iPhone's) to include in the round-the-clock monitoring of the pending reminders.

The numbers 56 and 410 indicate the number of contacts, not reminders. This information helps distinguish one account from another when monitoring two or more address books from the same service.

— The Show reminders section lets you choose the range of days for showing expired and newly pending reminders relative to today's date. In the example on the left, on May 5th, the app will show reminders between May 1st and May 25th.

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List view (3)

A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

Reminders settings (2)

The Scheduled notifications section lets you select the time of day and how far in advance to show the first, second, and final notifications even when Skrol app isn't running.

A tap on the notification's banner or the app's icon with a badge will take you to the Reminders page so you can act on it.

The Snooze reminders option lets you select the number of days you wish to postpone showing an event from the reminders list.

You can use the Canceled events command on the Reminders options menu (not shown here) to review and restore canceled or snoozed reminders,

Once you get used to the app in the default configuration, all of these options will help you mold it to your preferences and circumstances.

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A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

Actions history

You can instruct Skrol to log your calls, emails, messages, chats, and other actions, including your location at the time of the action.

The log is searchable, sortable, and actionable, meaning you can repeat the same action again and again right from the log. Also, you can pick and choose which actions to log or not.

The actions are stored in the first-in, first-out order, and you can also select how long to save them. When necessary, you can delete any or all items in the log or all actions related to a person.

You can swipe a history item to the left to see all other saved events for this person or swipe to the right to see all other events of this type.

If you enable an option to store your location at the time of any action, you can view this location on the map by using the three-dot menu next to each item.

Calls, Messages, FaceTime

Nowadays, most people use a single mobile number for everything, while some still use landlines, faxes, and business numbers with extensions. Plus, you may need to add a phone number of an assistant, spouse, child, or caretaker in the same folder. With Skrol, you can add as many numbers as you need and give each one an individual name.

If a number belongs to an iPhone, as illustrated on the right, you can tap a corresponding icon to use the Dialer, Messages, or FaceTime. When sending a text, you can select between going directly to the Messages app or sending a personalized message with a template. Work extensions are dialed automatically as well.

Skrol recognizes domestic and international numbers and correctly formats them at entry. When traveling abroad, you can indicate the country you are in, and Skrol will properly dial local and international numbers.

Fax settings

You can add fax numbers to contact folders and send faxes directly from Skrol via the FaxZero cloud-based service.

This service is free in the US and Canada for up to three pages and cover, or $2.09 for up to 25 pages [link].
International fax service is available for an additional small fee [link]. We do not receive any payments or commissions from FaxZero.

The information from this page and the Recipient information from the active folder will automatically update the Send form of the FaxZero website (not shown).

To send a fax, you must first prepare a document in a word processor and save it in a DOC, DOCX, or PDF format. Once ready, click the "Send fax" button and follow the prompts on the FaxZero webpage to complete transmission.

Directions and rides to anyone in a tap

Skrol lets you get directions from your current location to anyone and back in a few taps, including options for walking, riding a bike, or taking public transportation.

It is especially handy when traveling to non-English-speaking countries because you wouldn’t need to type foreign addresses. Also great for getting an estimated arrival time to anyone in seconds.

You can instruct Skrol to use the mapping apps from Apple, Google, and Waze. When using Apple CarPlay, the names and addresses of all people and places inside Skrol will also appear there.

Skrol is also integrated with Uber and Lyft. With a few taps, you can request a ride to any address in seconds. Also handy for comparing prices and availability with near-zero effort.

Getting maps and directions

The icon next to the address shows the preferred mapping app. You can use the Settings/Directions and Maps option to select Google Maps, Apple Maps, or Waze.

— To view any address inside the preferred mapping     app, tap the address name in blue.

— Tap the map icon once to open the Directions and     rides menu on the left. You can use this menu to     select other mapping apps, such as Waze, or request     a ride from Uber or Lyft. This way, you don't need to     seek out these apps, search for an address inside, or     enter one by hand.

— The long tap on the map icon opens directions     from your current location to the desired address.     It will open the preferred app with the directions     displayed on the map. To return to the folder, tap     the Skrol link in the upper left corner.

You can use the Settings...command to turn Uber and Lyft commands on or off.

Integration with email and messaging

If you find yourself sending similar text messages or emails, again and again, you can save a good deal of time by using templates instead. This way, you can accomplish the same tasks in a fraction of the time. Templates are especially handy on the go, in the car, or if you aren't a fast typist.

Personalized mail merge

You can connect Skrol to your Gmail, Apple, Outlook, Yahoo, or any other email account that supports SMTP to send personalized messages to anyone individually or in a group directly from Skrol (i.e., without opening an email app).

Mail merge right from your phone helps you send repetitive emails on the go to organize small events or other similar tasks. It's particularly important when caught in an emergency and needing to contact a large group of people right away. With Skrol, you can do so with just a few taps, including dictating your message inside the app.

Skrol isn't a substitute for full-fledged email marketing services like MailChimp or Constant Contacts. Its advantages are that it's connected to your personal or work email address, works with contacts you already have, offers far greater privacy, doesn't cost you a penny, is dead simple to use, and is always with you!

The illustration on the left shows a personalized email message in preview mode before sending it to 12 invited people.

Setting up mail merge with SMTP

SMTP, short for Simple Mail Transfer Protocol, is the system your email account uses to send messages from your device to the recipient's email inbox. It's called "simple" because it does this job straightforwardly and efficiently.

Skrol is preprogrammed to enable SMTP for Apple, Gmail, AOL, Microsoft 365, Outlook.com, Hotmail, and Yahoo. You can also use the Custom option to set it up with any other email service provider by completing the four fields on the left.

The Sender information section (not shown) is intended for adding the Sender nameReply-to-email, and the duration of the Undo sent option. It also contains the Sent test email option for verifying your setup.

SMTP-based mail merge works in the background and doesn't require a related email app installed or active. TheDaily send limit information is determined by each email service provider and is abundant for most personal needs.

Setting up mail merge with groups

Email apps like Gmail or Outlook do not support personalized mail merge. But you can still email several people at once by adding their email addresses to the Send to, Carbon copy (C.C.), or Blind copy (B.C.) fields.

Typing a few familiar email addresses by hand is OK, but anything beyond a few -- ten, twenty, or more -- is a time-consuming and error-prone hassle.

You can avoid it with Skrol because it can make all the same in seconds using the Email to Groups tool illustrated on the left.

The Default Mail option covers email services connected directly to your iPhone, while the Gmail and Outlook options will work directly with these apps.

The Recipient appears in... section lets you select between using the C.C. or B.C. method.

The next slide illustrates commands for sending emails to groups or using personalized mail merge with SMTP.

Organizing templates

Email templates are a time-saver when sending quick, pre-formatted responses to common situations, such as invitations, appointment confirmations, or standard responses to clients.

Also, well-crafted templates eliminate typographical errors, which is particularly helpful when typing on a tiny glass display. With Skrol, you can:

  1. Create an unlimited number of templates and template folders right on your iPhone.
  2. Include all available fields in the email's subject and message text for personalization.
  3. Send a single or group message based on the template in seconds.
  4. Preview and exclude messages you'll be sending to a group;
  5. Cancel mail merge within a user-selectable amount of time in case of accidental send.

The illustration on the left shows a list of folders with email templates related to a single subject.

Mail merge to individuals

To send an email, you would normally (1) close the active app; (2) locate the email app icon on the Home page;  (3) tap the icon to open the app; (4) tap the Compose button to open the New message page; (5) Tap the To: field; (6) start typing the name of the person; and (7) tap the right name from the drop-down list. You are now ready to write a message.

Depending on your skills, these seven steps take 20 to 40 seconds. Not a lot, but still a hassle for a frequent mailer.

Let's do the same with Skrol: (1) swipe the person's name in the List view; (2) tap the email icon, (3) tap the Compose new... command from the menu, and Skrol opens the New message page of your preferred email app, so you start typing the message in under 10 to 15 seconds.

Alternatively, you can select the Use template... command, select a pre-written template from the list, and email a perfectly formatted and error-free personalized message in less than 30 seconds.

Mail merge to groups or selection

The three-dot menu above the alphabet and illustrated on the left manages the sending of emails to groups or a selection of random contacts in the list.

Just like with a message to a single person, you can use the Compose new... command to write and send an ad hoc message using your preferred email app.

The Use template... command does the same but adds a template text to the email's body. You can also modify the message before sending it like a regular email.

In both cases, the list of the people in the group will be added to the Carbon or Blind Copy field, depending on your preferred settings.

The Personalized mail merge... command works with templates containing contact-related merge fields, such as first and last names, salutations, company names, and others. This mode requires the valid SMTP settings described in previous slides.

SMS templates

You can create any number of personalized SMS templates that can include a person's name, time, day, duration, and location. This way, you can send informative texts in seconds with zero typing. Here is a typical example:

"Hi, [first name]! Sorry, I am delayed by traffic and expect to be [minutes] late! Please call me back at [my mobile number] if you can't keep the meeting."

When you select this template, Skrol will present you with the "Select duration" list from 5 to 60 minutes so that the final message will look like this:

"Hi, Emily! Sorry, I am delayed by traffic and expect to be 40 minutes late! Please call me back at 201-555-3456 if you can't keep the meeting."

You need only five taps to send this personalized and informative message while the car isn't moving. And it's even faster than dictating one with Siri.

Search and Navigation

This section is about ensuring you can get in touch with everyone reliably and find the rest when “just in case” becomes the case. There are two ways to accomplish this goal  — pick a name from a group or find it via the search. Let's review both:

Groups

Skrol is optimized for managing multiple groups of different people and companies. The smallest group is represented by immediate family and close friends whom you often contact via the Favorites group. 

The My Contacts group is intended for meaningful contacts and usually contains up to 150 people whom you interact less frequently. Next are the groups of co-workers, key clients, or other friends whom you contact less often, and groups like doctors, attorneys, and plumbers whom you contact mostly in emergencies.

You can create permanent groups of related people and companies in seconds. Groups are best to quickly find one or more of its members by perusing a shorter list of names, sending personalized emails, organizing events with RSVP invites, requesting contact info updates, printing shipping labels, sharing or importing related people, and completing other similar tasks.

The iPhone Contacts app refers to groups as Lists. Skrol's groups and iPhone's lists are synchronized automatically.

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A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

Groups view for multiple accounts

Skrol manages address books from different accounts, such as Google and iCloud, or more than one account of the same type.

Each address book may have any number of groups specific to this book, and these groups may have the same names, such as Favorites or Family.

When you select the "All contacts" option, it combines contacts from different address books into a single list.

The image on the left shows the Group view with three address books, and their respective groups are collapsed. The tap on the arrow next to the name expands the group list.

The tap on the + icon under the avatars lets you create a new group for that account. The vertical three-dot menu next to the currently active "All contacts" group is a menu that lets you add, delete, and rename groups.

Searching for a needle in a haystack? 
No problem...

Finding anyone fast is essential for address books with hundreds, let alone thousands of names.

The Search options menu on the left lets you select six types of searches. The sandwich icon on the right of the search field opens this menu.

The always-on microphone icon enables the hands-free search of names. Because the speech-to-text translation of names is often imprecise, this search is proximity-based (also known as phonetic, fuzzy, and sound-alike).

Since Skrol supports multiple address books from different connected accounts, all of them are included in a search unless, optionally, you exclude some.

The next six slides explain and illustrate how to use Skrol's search and all available search types.

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A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

How to use Skrol's search?

To start, select a desired option from the menu illustrated in the previous slide or tap the Search field, and the app opens the last active keyboard.

As you begin typing, the app will show matching names starting with the first letter. The matching entries are highlighted in yellow color. 

The search results will keep narrowing down along with each new letter you type. The list will turn blank if no matching words or numbers are found.

Once you see the desired contact in the list, tap to open its folder. You can swipe the record left or right and use a long or double-tap, just like in the regular list.

To exist Search, tap the “X” icon on the right side of the search field.

Search all fields

The Search all fields is a default option. It is similar to a Google-type search because it will search through the entire content of each folder.

In the example on the left, we were looking for a car dealer. As we started typing C-a-r, the app found all fields matching the first three letters of the word "car," including Carolyn, ...car.com, Car dealer, cars.rent.com, and similar others.

The search will narrow down to the most relevant content in real time as you keep typing.

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A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

Search by field

All iPhone-compatible contact databases are structured into fields, such as first name, last name, company name, position, email, phone number, postal code, and others. The iPhone recognizes over 30 distinct fields, and all available fields are searchable individually. 

To start the Search, tap the sandwich menu inside the search field, select the Search by field command, tap the desired field, and enter the search word as in the previous section.

The illustration on the left shows the search of the Phone field by the 201 and 973 area codes. All 49 matching contacts are presented in the list below.

To search throughout all available fields, tap the All fields option. It is first in the list of fields.

Match all words (AND)

The "Match all words" search is equivalent to the "AND" search. The AND operator finds all contacts with the words "Attorney" AND "New York."  Both search words must be present to result in a valid search. 

As with the OR search in the previous section, to find all Attorneys in New York, you type "Attorney, New York," which is illustrated on the left.

The web version of Skrol offers additional search options that aren't practical or possible to implement in the confines of the mobile phone display.

Match any words (OR)

Anyone exposed to programming is familiar with the AND and OR search operators. 

The OR operator finds all contacts with either the first term (Jim), the second (James), the third (Jimmy), or all three.

Since Skrol isn't intended for programmers, we use the "Match any world" title instead of the "OR search." And instead of typing "Jim OR James OR Jimmy," you will use commas in place of OR: "Jim, James, Jimmy".

This example on the left shows all matching contacts whose names contain Jim, or James, or Jimmy.

Voice search

To find anyone without typing, tap the microphone icon inside the search field and say the name, such as Alice.

Depending on how well iPhone recognizes your diction, the app will find and display a list of all phonetically-close names, such as Alicia, Alecia, Alica, Alicea, Alisa, Alisha, Alissa, Alecia, Allycia, Allysia, Alysia.

This type of search is also known as proximity, phonetic, or fuzzy because it doesn’t require the exact spelling of the search word.

The example on the left shows the two records found in response to dictating "Konstantin" because the iPhone's speech-to-text algorithm transcribes it as "Constantine" — a Greek/Italian spelling of that name in Slavic countries, such as Ukraine, where Konstantin was born and raised.

Search history

The Search history option displays all found contacts you've opened. The list is presented in a familiar list format, except the second line of the record in the list will display the date and time of the search.

All of the familiar list commands are supported except for the Delete command. When used in this context, it will only delete the contact from the search list.

The app will store all searches for the past 30 days, starting with the last search on top of the list. To see the results in reverse (i.e., from the first search 30 days ago), tap the downward arrow at the end of the header.

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Siri itself and Siri's shortcuts

Siri will continue working with all contacts inside Skrol just like before on iPhone, Mac, iPad, Apple Watch, CarPlay, or any other Siri-compatible app or device.

This way, you can continue saying, "Hey, Siri, call Emily's mobile" or "Hey, Siri, take me home" on any connected Apple device with or without Skrol. In other words, for Siri to work, Skrol doesn't have to be active.

Skrol also supports the built-in Siri shortcuts you see on the left. You can choose which ones you wish to add to Siri's repertoire to control some of the most frequently used functions of Skrol with voice.

Digital business cards

What are the chances of someone retyping the content of your regular business card info into their contact app? Pretty slim because it's a hassle. Skrol resolves this conundrum by displaying the QR code next to your basic information you see below.

This way, people you meet can instantly scan your contact information directly into their smartphones. You may also include your photo, a brief bio, multiple phones, websites, emails, chat services, links to your Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, and other bits you wish to share.

In addition, you can swipe the page left or right to show other business cards or up and down to show a different versions of the current one. Please flip through the gallery to see these options:

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A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

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A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

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List view (3)

A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

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List view (3)

A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

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A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

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A scrollable list of familiar names is a natural interface between you and your contacts, hence the word "Skrol" in the name of our company and app.

At its basic, the List view helps you find contacts to view their folders. But we went a step further to help you pick what to do in response to a single tap, double-tap, long hold, and swipe to the left or to the right.

The choices for each action are view or edit folder, make a call, send a message, send an email, add/remove to/from a group, repeat the last action, and delete a contact. This flexibility becomes magic when you need to organize a contact list with hundreds of names.

The swipe to the left to make a call and swipe to the right to send a message are illustrated in the list view on the left.

You can create multiple digital business cards — one for work, another to share personal information with friends, another for a side gig, or your assistant, partner, spouse, and anyone else. You can also use them as name plaques during sit-down meetings or to introduce yourself during networking events.

While abroad, the app will translate the card into a native language and your home phone numbers will be formatted for international calls. Localized cards are also very convenient while asking for directions or hailing a cab.

And even more options to adapt Skrol to your needs!

Here is a brief list if other tools, functions, and conveniences we've added to Skrol to make it adaptable to your needs rather than another way around. Skrol will anticipate and accommodate anything and everything life and growing career may through at you — promotion or job change, moving to another country, adding new apps and devices, needing extra security, or improving accessibility.

Dynamic and custom font sizesThe Skrol app follows iPhone accessibility guidelines to display all fonts according to your settings in the Control panel. Additionally, you can zoom the app's fonts up or down in the five percent increment to fit your preferences further.

Biometric security You can enable FaceID, fingerprint, or PIN access control for extra privacy for your contacts in situations when your smartphone is left unlocked or lost. This level of security is highly private and reliable because it uses the settings you provided for your device.

International travel When abroad, Skrol readjusts itself to a country you are in. This way, you can call or text local numbers or call back home correctly. You can also add your current local address to the Settings to get correct directions or rides in another city or country.

Off-line access to contactsSkrol will show all available contacts with or without Internet. Neither will you get stranded anywhere without a WiFi or cellular connection. You can also add new contacts offline, which will be updated in the cloud when the Internet becomes available.

Dark and light modeSkrol will follow the Day mode settings of your iPhone automatically. But if you prefer to see it always in the dark mode or always in the light, you can do so too in the Settings section.

Share contacts via QR codeYou can instantly share the contact information of people or companies inside Skrol with a QR code. You can select what data to share and what not for each contact.

Preferred apps If you prefer Chrome, Opera, Brave, or Edge to Safari, Gmail to Apple Mail, Google Calendar to Apple’s,  Google Maps to Apple’s, or Lyft to Uber, go to the Settings and indicate your preferences.

Search engine of your choiceWhile researching contacts on the web, you can select between using Google, Bing, Yahoo, or DuckDuckGo search engines to match your preferences and privacy concerns.

Auto-merge of duplicate records Skrol will automatically join duplicate contacts into virtual folders. It's helpful when you need to keep personal and business contacts for the same person separate from each other or when using address books from different accounts.

Restore deleted recordsIf you inadvertently delete one or more contacts, they are automatically saved inside the Deleted group. It only takes a few taps to restore or permanently purge them. Or use the Undo while editing folders.

24/7 native backup Apple, Google, Outlook, Yahoo, AOL, and Microsoft Exchange contacts apps use a rolling backup to protect your contacts in case you your phone is lost or you accidentally delete them.

Your contacts are yours for life because Skrol is built on top of Apple's iCloud services and works exclusively with native contacts’ databases. For these reasons, your contacts remain yours for life, Skrol or no Skrol.

Get Started in Seconds, Enjoy the Journey for Life!

Despite having so many functions and options, you’ll master Skrol in no time because of its user-centric design. You also wouldn’t find any other organizer as future-proof as Skrol because it leverages so many advanced capabilities of the iPhone. We are positive Apple will continue making iPhones more and more capable, and so will we. Click the Install Skrol on iPhone button below to download your free copy now and start using it immediately!

We anticipate the release of the skrol for iphone on or around April,15 2022
We anticipate the release of the Skrol app for Android smarphones on or around May 1, 2022