vCard Editor is the application for viewing and editing vCard files.
When you receive a vCard via Email or AirDrop etc, you can send it to vCard Editor instead of iOS Contacts app, and check and modify it, then export it to your Contacts or save it in the iCloud Drive as a file.
Also you can use vCard Editor not only for viewing and editing vCard but also for a private AddressBook.
And using embedded vCard Extention, you can export a contact to merge it to the other vCard file.
The first page of vCard Editor is the file browser for selecting vCard file in your device or iCloud. And the view contains "Create Document" for create a new vCard.
When you select the vCard, the contact list view is shown as below. Touch the contact will show you the contact infomation. And the Edit button at the upper right corner is for editing the contact. The plus button in the list is for adding a new contact by hand or capturing QRCode.
When you long touch the row in the list, the context menu is shown as below.
You can create QRCode for the selected contact by using the context menu explained above. And you can select which item of contact should be convert in the QRCode.
vCard Editor bundles vCard Extension which is designed for exporting a contact in the other vCard file. It is shown when you select the "Share Contact" menu in the contact view in iOS Contacts app as below. The vCard Extension will show you the file browser for selecting a vCard file which you want to export. And the contact will be merged into the vCard file.
You can Drag and Drop a contact to the other app when you use vCard Editor on iPad.
When you long touch the row of the contact list, you can drag the contact.
With holding the dragging item, Touch the home button or swipe the bar at the bottom in order to go back home.
Then dragging the item to vCard Editor. Continue to drag the item in the contact list of vCard editor.
When the item's icon is chaned to the plus mark, you can drop the item.
The contact will be copied into the dropped vCard file.
Pleae note that you need to open a vCard file in the vCard Editor before dragging a contact. And you can drag and drop from vCard Editor to iOS Contacts as well.
vCard Editor works in iOS11 and later.