New Google Contacts aims to merge Gmail and Google+

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Google is previewing a new version of Google Contacts that aims to simplify the service — by combining users’ Gmail and Google+ connections in one place.

The new Google Contacts, a service usually accessed on desktop browsers, will make it easier for people to find connections and keep contact information up to date, Google says

To create this more streamlined experience, contact information will be synced across Google+ and Gmail. Google Contacts will automatically pull in information from your contacts’ Google+ profiles, such as job titles, addresses and phone numbers. It’ll also add contextual information, such as any meetings you’ve recently had or emails you’ve exchanged with this person. Read more…

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