Google has updated its official Contacts app on the Play Store and has made it available for all devices running Android 5.0 Lollipop or higher. It means if you want to try out Google Contacts app, you no longer have to own a Google Pixel, Nexus or Android One device. This significant change in the availability of the app has arrived with the latest update which bumps up the app version number to 18.104.22.168543808.
The Google Contacts app offers a cleaner and Material Design user interface which makes it easier to navigate. The unique thing about the app is that it offers a deeper integration with Google accounts. If you are someone who uses multiple Google accounts on your device, this app even makes it a lot easier to switch between those accounts. This eventually helps in having a better and efficient contact management.
It further offers features like merging duplicate contacts and automatic suggestions for information to be entered while adding a new contact. You can also have a look at conversation history with any particular contact directly from the contact card as well as check if the same contact is available on other services like Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, and Telegram.
If you would like to try out the Google Contacts app, click the link below to download the app or simply search for it on Google Play Store on your device.