5 Best SIM Card Manager Apps for Android in 2019

Do you know about SIM Card manager apps? SIM cards contain various type of information which can be hard to retrieve if you lose them. However, some applications can help you recover or copy the data stored on the SIM.

Although they are a wide selection of such apps on the Google Playstore, finding the right one might be difficult and time-consuming.  However, with this post, I will show you the five best SIM card manager apps for Android.

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Best SIM Card Manager Apps for Android

In no particular order here are the best SIM card manager apps for Android smartphones and tablet devices.

SIM Card Recover and Manager

If you are looking for a tool that can help you restore deleted contacts and other SIM data, you should download this app. You can also use it to back up the phone numbers on your Android smartphone.

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Developed by Cools Craft studios, the SIM Card and Recover App is easy to use. To recover lost phone numbers, export a contact backup/vcf file to the SD card. Finally, tap the Import button to complete the process.

 Apart from the uses mentioned above, the app also enables you to view information such as SIM Card Serial, Phone number, Network state. You can also search for contacts on the SIM.

Although the app is an excellent app for managing SIM data, it has a few downsides. First, it can only restore contacts saved on your SD card. Next, it does not work on dual SIM phones. But if you ignore these issues, this app is worth downloading on your phone.

You can download the app for free from here.

My SIM Tool Manager

Next on our list is the My SIM Tool Manager which is offered by Sadens Studio. This app comes with impressive features that have made it record about a million downloads from the Google Playstore.

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You can perform numerous SIM management operations with this tool. Such functions include viewing your phone or SIM card information; importing and exporting contact numbers as well as deleting or adding new phone numbers. You can also backup SIM card phone numbers into your SD card.

This free app has a clean interface that is easy to understand and download. It also requires little space, which makes it a good option for low-end devices. However, it comes with ads that you might find annoying. Overall, the My SIM Tool Manager app deserves a spot on our review.

You can download the app for free from here.

SIM Contacts Manager

Unlike the apps mentioned above, the SIM Contact Manager app does not allow you to view your phone or SIM details. Instead, it helps you to manage your SIM Contacts easily.

With this tool, you can copy single or multiple contacts from device or SIM or vice versa. You can also edit or delete these numbers with ease.

Apart from managing numbers on your device, the tool enables you to make calls and send text messages. It even has an option with which you can export your contacts in Excel format.

The app is free for download, but you will have to make some in-app purchases as well as endure some ads.

You can download the app from here.

SIM Card Reader

Like most apps on our list, the SIM Card enables you to view information about your device and SIM card. Information you can see with this tool include your serial number, SIM operator, SMSC number, Voice Mail Information, and so much more. But since it comes with a single-window, it offers less information than other apps mentioned here.

We love the app because it has as an attractive and easy to understand UI. It also requires a little storage space for its installation. Although the tool is free, it comes with ads that might make you consider other options.

You can download the app from here.

SIM Tool Dark Edition

This app is similar to the My SIM Tool Manager. It even comes to from the same developer however it has a dark theme.

As with its cousin, you can perform various SIM management operations such as adding, deleting, exporting, and copying contacts on your phone. You can also view your SIM card status, operator code, voice mail number, SIM country location, and a subscriber ID. The tool also provides information about the device that houses your SIM.

The app is free downloads but contains ads.

You can download the app from here.

Conclusion

Those are the five best SIM card manager apps for Android devices. I want to add that these apps were listed in no particular order.

Do you agree with my selection or have you used any other SIM card management tool apart from what is listed on our review?  Please feel free to share your thoughts and ideas in our comment box below.

Posted by Abiodun Adewusi

Abiodun Adewusi is a freelance writer who lives in Nigeria. As a writer, he is passionate about providing content on technology helping people keep up with the latest trends. You can see some of his work on Medium and Ezine.

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