How to Two-way sync Contacts Between iCloud and Google

This comprehensive article will outline how to two-way sync contacts between iCloud and Google.

Managing contacts between different platforms can be a difficult task in today’s digital age. Many people use iCloud for their Apple products and Google for their Android devices, resulting in a contact list that is spread out. Syncing contacts between iCloud and Google helps to simplify the process of contact management. Instead of manually inputting and updating contacts between multiple platforms, syncing makes sure that changes made on one platform are reflected in the other. This takes away the time and energy to focus on more important things. With the help of the web-based cloud synchronization tool CiraHub, you may sync your iCloud Contacts with Google Gmail.

Thanks to this Two-way sync feature, you can: 

  • Two-way sync iCloud contacts with a Google account.
  • Update contacts simultaneously across the two platforms
  • Without producing duplicates, CiraHub effortlessly syncs and moves data from iCloud to Google.
  • Contacts could be seen and controlled via Google or iCloud after syncing.

  This article will show you how to enable a two-way contact sync between iCloud and Google.

Set Up a Two-Way Contact Sync Between iCloud and Google

Create a Spoke for iCloud

  1. To two-way sync iCloud contacts with Google, you’ll first need to log in to CiraHub. You will be taken to the onboarding wizard. (See figure below.) Next, select the object you want to sync. In this example the contacts object has been selected. 

Calendar and Contact Selection

2. Next start the Hub and Spoke setup. Click on “iCloud ” as your source type for your contact spoke. (The Hub contains all synced Contacts from each spoke; a spoke can be a Public Folder, a user mailbox, the GAL or a CRM.) 

select icloud as your source type

3. Enter your Apple ID and Password for your iCloud account.

sign in to your icloud in cirahub

4. Type in a Spoke name and click next.

5. Type in a Hub name and click Create.

6. Select the option to add an Additional Spoke.

Create a Google Spoke   

If you prefer videos like most of us, please watch the video below to see how to create a Google Spoke and two-way sync Google and Microsoft User Mailbox contacts.


  1. Select the option to add an Additional Spoke.add spoke

  2. Select Google as your source type for your contact spoke.Google- Select source type
  3. Enter a Gmail username and password to access your data, or CLICK sign in with Google in order to access any existing Google accounts you have already saved. If you enter an email under “invite user” it will allow you to access additional user mailboxes which you do not have control of. (You will not be able to add them as a spoke until the user grants permission). Google Sign in
  4. Users can two-way sync Google contacts after they provide a Spoke name and click create.Select Google


Sync Contact Data Between iCloud and Google

12. On the CiraHub Dashboard, click on each of the Spokes, select Sync Options, then Allow the Hub to create and sync items in this spoke, and click NEXT. This will enable you to two-way sync Google contacts.

Sync Options

13. Click on “Sync Now” to enable 2-way synchronization for the current spoke. You can also edit any synchronization options for each of your Spokes below.

2-way Synchronization

Why Two-Way Sync iCloud with Your Google Account   

Users can save time and complete work more quickly and efficiently by syncing iCloud with Google. With the aid of our two-way synchronization technology, CiraHub assists users in automating their routine sales processes.

Use CiraHub to start two-way syncing your iCloud and Google contacts! CiraHub ensures that your customer data is immediately synced, eliminating any possibility of duplication or tricky situations. CiraHub offers a 60-day trial period for its new customers. Start yours today!  

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Jon Harris is a Technical writer with experience working for cybersecurity and tech related companies. He has a bachelor's degree in computer science and likes to read, hike, and fish in his spare time. He began his career in computer science before pursuing a career as a writer, and editor.