Mailchimp has smartly combined two latest trends of Social Media – Image Content and Mobile Access to create this simple but really powerful mobile app Mailchimp Snap. With the rising popularity of mobile platforms and availability of highly efficient mobile devices, now a days you can do virtually everything from mobile. As a small business owner / Startup / Entrepreneur / blogger / Online Marketer / Social Media manager , may be you are already using mobile devices more for writing and sharing blog posts, managing your Social Media presence. But to send a Newsletter (atleast using Mailchimp – one of the best newsletter services where you can start for free) you had to get back to PC. Not anymore.
As Symbian has become extinct and Android is becoming the talk of the town, you might need to transfer your contacts from your old Nokia Symbian device to your new Android device. No, I have no plan to turn this blog into a technical one. But last month when my E7 suddenly died, even refusing to bootup for the last time (thank God I had my contacts synced in Nokia Suite), I decided to shift to an Android phone. But I was on the verge of being eccentric trying to figure out how to get my thousands of contacts into my new Android phone. Naturally I googled. Found different suggestions in different blogs. Couldn’t find a compact one. Finally after putting together all those suggestions I figured out how to do it. That’s why thought of sharing with you.