How to Download Contacts from iCloud to PC

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Myra Updated on Jun 04, 2018 to iPhone Data Transfer | How-to Articles

Do you want to export contacts from iCloud to PC? No worry. Here is how to do it. You can download contacts from to PC by visiting and exporting iCloud contacts as vCard to your PC. But before you download iCloud contacts to your PC, you have to make sure that the contacts you want to export are synced to your iCloud. That means you have switched on contacts in iCloud on your iPhone. Follow the steps below to learn how to check whether your iCloud Contacts is turned on and then go to on your PC to export the contacts.

Step 1: Go to the "Settings" App on your iPhone.

Step 2: Click on your name and choose "iCloud". (For iOS 10.2 and earlier users, select "iCloud" directly.)

Step 3: Check whether the "Contacts" option is enabled.

When you use iCloud to back up your iPhone contacts, you may want to know how to make iCloud backup faster to save more time.

Part 1: How to download contacts from iCloud to PC

Visiting enables you to access your synced iPhone notes from your PC and download them to your computer if you need to.

Step 1: Launch a browser on your PC.

Step 2: Visit

Step 3: Enter your Apple ID and password to sign into iCloud.

Step 4: Choose "Contacts" from the options.

Step 5: If you want to export all the iCloud contacts to your PC, tap on the gear icon in the lower-left corner of the screen, choose "Select All" and then click "Export vCard" to export contacts from iCloud to PC. If you want to download some contacts to your PC, use the Shift or Ctrl key to multi-select contacts, tap on the gear icon and then choose "Export vCard" to download these contacts from iCloud to your PC.

How to download contacts from iCloud to PC

While using iCloud, you may encounter the "iPhone not back up to iCloud" problem. Read the article to learn what to do when this problem happens.

Part 2: How to back up iPhone contacts to PC without iCloud (Free Tip)

While if you download your iCloud contacts to PC just because you want to have a backup of your iPhone contacts on your PC, there is a more convenient way to do it, which is to use MobiMover Free, a tool for iPhone data transfer. With your iPhone contacts backed up to your PC, you can choose either to view the contacts directly from PC or to transfer them back to your iPhone. Perfect, right? To make all this possible, you just need MobiMover, which is designed to share files between an iPhone/iPad and PC or between two iOS devices. The supported files include photos, videos, music, contacts, notes, and more, depending on which feature you'd like to use. The steps below will show you how to transfer contacts from iPhone to computer. For more information about MobiMover, you can read the complete guide of MobiMover Free for reference.

Click the button below to get the freeware, then follow the steps to make a backup of your iPhone contacts on PC.

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Step 1: Connect your iPhone to your computer and click Trust when a pop-up appears on your iPhone asking you whether to trust this computer. Launch EaseUS MobiMover and choose iDevice to PC.

How to back up iPhone contacts to PC - Step 1

Step 2: If you want to back up contacts on your iPhone only, go to More and keep contacts selected.

How to back up iPhone contacts to PC - Step 2

Step 3: Tap the folder icon and select a folder to save the items. 

How to back up iPhone contacts to PC - Step 3

Step 4: Click Transfer to start backing up your iPhone contacts to PC. When it has done, you can go to the select folder to check the contacts. (The contacts will be stored as an HTML file on your computer, thus, open it with a browser to view the details.)

How to back up iPhone contacts to PC - Step 4


The contacts transferred to the computer will be saved as an HTML file. You can open it with any browser to view the details, or you can transfer the .html file to iPhone/iPad directly. For other files like photos and music, the format won't change no matter whether you transfer photos from iPhone to PC or transfer music from computer to iPad.