Sync iPhone contacts to Gmail
As an iPhone user, maybe you need to move the contacts on your iPhone to your Gmail account online, because you are planning to update your iPhone operating system and want to make sure you won’t lose the contacts on your iPhone. Your iPhone contacts not only store phone numbers, but also store contacts’ postal addresses, email addresses and other details, etc. Syncing iPhone contacts to Gmail account ensures that your contacts information is always concurrent on your iPhone and on your computer, and it is a safe method to backup your iPhone contacts on your Gmail account in the event of iPhone broken, stolen, etc.
How to backup iPhone contacts to Gmail account? The iPhone Data Manger (TunesGo Retro) performs well doing the backup job. It can export all of your iPhone contacts to computer as CSV or vCard file, or directly export iPhone contacts to Outlook Express, Outlook 2003/2007/2010/2013, Windows Address Book, or Windows Live Mail. To sync iPhone contacts to Gmail, you just need to import the CSV or vCard file to your Gmail account. Once synced iPhone contacts to Gmail successfully, you can do more about your contacts information, such as merge duplicate contacts, delete unwanted contacts, rename or delete group, and restore the contacts, etc.
Backup iPhone contacts to Gmail with 2 steps
Open TunesGo Retro, and then connect your iPhone to PC or Mac via USB cord. Highlight “Contacts”, then click “Import/Export” to export iPhone contacts to CSV or vCard file format.
Sign in your Google Gmail account on computer, select “Contacts”, press “More” option, and click “Import…” to import the CSV or vCard file. After that, your iPhone contacts will be displayed in Gmail.