Not so long time ago, I was a happy Sync.Me user. It was named SmartSync then and as far as I remember was among top application in Apple's App Store.
Out of the blue in one of its update they added support for some VOIP-service. As they already had access to my iPhone contact-book, they without my permission added a "cheap call" URL-field to every contact in my iPhone. You can see it below:
Initially, I ignored it but it created issues during next sync. This "cheap call" link on next-sync got added to my Mac's Contacts book (Address-book on old Mac OS version). From their it got synced to my Google Contacts!
When I tried contacting Sync.Me support, I did not get reply for 5-days. After that, their support team said that cheap-call feature is pulled so that I need to wait for few weeks after which they will add an option to remove cheap-call fields from my contacts!
AppleScript came to rescue
Sometime back I learned little-bit of AppleScript using it I first tried creating my own small AppleScript to clean this mess. When I stuck, I started googling which lead me to amazing AppleScripts collection by Trevor.
I used Trevor's Remove Emails for Label script and after some minor changes got it working to remove this "cheap call" spam from my contacts.
How-To Use This!
I have removed Sync.Me. They might add an option to remove it in future but I hate it when some app leaves its shit in my contact book. I removed this application for now.
I am now using iOS6′s built-in Facebook/Twitter Sync options. iOS6 sync's less data as compared to Sync.Me but I am happy with less data rather than more spam in my contact book!
Github Link: AppleScript to remove cheap-call spam by Sync.Me
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