Rather than keep trying with an app that has a rating of only 2 stars out of 5 on the app store and that is known to be buggy, you may want to consider creating a Google account and importing your contacts into the google account. I've tried to make these instructions as simple as possible, and I will be here to answer any questions that you may have about the process. If this doesn't work for you, or you just don't want to try it please let me know and I will "opt out" and open the question up to other experts. If it does work, please kindly rate my service so that I will receive credit for my time spent on the answer. Thank you! Have a good evening!
On most Android devices, your contacts are automatically synced as soon as you sign-in to a Google Account.
If you choose to do this and don't automatically see your contacts from your phone in your Google contacts, please do the following:
- Make sure that you have Gmail installed on your device.
- Go to Settings, then go to ‘Accounts and Sync’.
- Enable the Accounts and syncing service.
- Select your Gmail account from the e-mail accounts setup .
- Make sure that you’ve enabled the ‘Sync Contacts’ option.
- Press ‘Sync now’ button and wait until all the phone contacts have been successfully synchronized with your gmail account.
- Now open Gmail in your computer’s web browser and click the Gmail text link that is listed on the upper left side of the Gmail profile.
Select Contacts and then you should see a page where all the contacts from your Android smartphone have been stored.
Now go to your iPhone. Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars and add your Gmail account. Make sure Contacts are enabled for the account. You should now find that all of your contacts are in your iPhone.
NOTE: If any of your contacts on your Android phone happen to be stored on the sim card, we may have to take a few special steps to import them to into Google. Just let me know if you need help with this.