Unless you have a vintage Rolodex you just can鈥檛 quit, you probably keep all your contacts on your trusty old phone. That means your contact manager is probably a jumble of personal connections, coworkers, Facebook friends and all those other randos! It鈥檚 great for pulling up a phone number, but not much else. If you鈥檙e looking to keep track of business contacts , stay in tune with your social media acquaintances or even remember the name of your neighbor鈥檚 aunt with that amazing brownie recipe , you鈥檙e going to need a better system (preferably without a bunch of rotating cards). Thankfully, there are some great apps that can help you make sense of all your contacts.

Meetbank-App

1. Meetbank : With this app, you can search for the people you鈥檝e met and add them to your piggy bank of friends and acquaintances. You can also add notes about the person, link their entry to Facebook and even track how many people you鈥檝e met throughout the year. Who knows 鈥 this might push you to make even more friends!

DL It: Free on iOS and Android

CardKeeper-App

2. CardKeeper : If you鈥檙e looking for a simpler solution for organizing business cards, try CardKeeper, which lets you snap a pic of the card and add it to your address book. You can even send the information to your friends or coworkers using AirDrop.

DL It: Free on iOS

FullContact-App

3. Full Contact : Full Contact helps you organize the contacts you already have. It pulls in contacts from your address books (gmail, etc.) and social media sites, scans for duplicates and gives you a clean list with just one entry for each person. It will also add photos and social links from your contacts鈥 social media sites, including those you haven鈥檛 鈥渇riended鈥 yet. That way, even if you don鈥檛 want to see your old coworker鈥檚 700 cat posts on Facebook, you鈥檒l still recognize him when you bump into each other at the supermarket.

DL It: Free on iOS and Android

Connect-App

4. Connect : This organizer is a simple, free alternative to your phone鈥檚 standard contact manager. It helps you organize your friends into groups (close friends, work relations, people you avoided all year but still need to send a Christmas card, etc.), and lets you send group messages or emails. Best of all, it has a simple interface for adding, editing or messaging people.

DL It: Free on iOS

Evernote-Business-Card

5. Evernote : This handy dandy app does everything except cook dinner, and now they鈥檝e teamed up with LinkedIn to include business card scanning for iOS. So the next time someone hands you their business card, rather than losing it somewhere in your home office, just snap a photo of the card with your phone and Evernote will keep track of it for you. You can also add a LinkedIn profile, contact information and any notes that might come in handy later. Business card scanning is considered one of Evernote鈥檚 premium (paid) features, but if you link your Evernote and LinkedIn accounts, you can get the feature free for a whole year.

DL It: Free on iOS and Android

Groupy-App

6. Groupy : If all these other apps look like more than you really need, Groupy might be the perfect solution to simplify your overcrowded contacts list. Simply create a new group, drop your contacts into it and you鈥檙e done. The groups you create work with your Contacts App and sync with your Mac or PC.

DL It: $0.99 on iOS

Do you have a favorite app for organizing your contacts? Let us know in the comments.