Easily consolidate all your contacts in one secure, online location.
With Keep&Share, your information is stored in the cloud so you can view & edit your address book from any device, anywhere, 24/7.
Access & edit your contacts from any device, anywhere, 24/7. Keep&Share is a 100% web-based cloud system.
You and your team members can use the Contact History to make detailed notes about when anyone was last contacted.
When you add an address to your contacts, a map link is automatically created. You can click on the link and a new browser window will automatically open with a map to your contact's address.
Your address books are private by default — addresses will only be visible to others if you actively change the share settings. Simple icons tell you at a glance who can see what, so you can be 100% sure only the right people have access.
Keep&Share is 100% free: no subscription of any kind is required. And by the way, we do not add advertising in your address books nor do we alter them in any way.
You can easily find people in your address book — search for any text in your addresses (including in your free-text notes about people), sort by first or last name, or even sort contacts with tags. Never lose another contact!
Add birthdays, anniversaries, and more to a calendar and receive reminders about them by email.
It’s not a hassle to switch — import contacts from Outlook, Gmail, etc. easily. We accept vCard .VCF and .CSV file formats.
Call contacts with a single click on their phone number from your computer or tap from your smartphone.
Add links, multiple addresses, and phone numbers, keep a log of all calls & emails, paste in images or screenshots, add up to 20 pages of notes per contact, and more!
Organize your addresses with multiple folders, group addresses with keywords, and sort with tags.
Print address labels directly from your account using Avery labels.
As a solo/individual user, I can tell you that Keep & Share is my lifeline to my day. I literally cannot organize or start my day without Keep & Share.
— Michael Reilly