While most replies are positive, but there are few were really disappointed that their iPhone contacts just won’t go into Google contacts even after following every step outlined in that post.
If you’re still having this problem, here is another method to export your iPhone contacts to Gmail contacts with the help of My Contacts Backup App.
This is a more manual way that involves the installation of My Contacts Backup app on your iPhone.
Just note that My Contacts Backup App comes with 2 versions: Free and USD1.99. The free version only allows you to export maximum of 500 contacts with only one method, which is via email.
So if you have contact entries are less than 500, you’re good to go with this one.
To Transfer iPhone Contacts to Gmail Contacts using My Contacts Backup App:
- Install My Contacts Backup app on your iPhone.
- Once installed, access the app and tap Backup to start exporting all your contacts to vCard file.
- When the export is completed, tap Email.
- Enter the email address and tap send. It’s easier that you enter the Gmail address that will eventually imported all these contacts.
- Log into your Gmail account and open up that email.
- In the email, click Import to Contacts.
- The go to Google conacts by selecting Contacts from the drop down menu at the top left corner.
- You should see all the contacts imported to My Contacts, and for some reason an additional group with the import date as the name is created.
- To delete this group, click on the group name, go More > Delete Group.
- Click OK to confirm you would like to delete the group.
- That’s it, you should still see the all the contacts remain in My Contacts.