Google has finally tackled Apple’s “Move to iOS” app by launching “Switch to Android” for iOS on App Store to ensure previous rumors. As the name suggests, it is designed to help iPhone and iPad users to import contacts, photos, calendars and videos to their Android device. It also shows users how to disable iMessage in favor of Android messaging and transfer photos/videos by signing in to iCloud.
Google dropped the new app without much fanfare, as Take some crunch Remarks. top Switch to Android website, app is still not mentioned and can only be found in the App Store with a direct link – search results still show nothing.
The app is a huge improvement over the current system, which requires you to back up your photos, videos, calendar, and contacts using the Google Drive iOS app. He was first spotted last summer 9to5Google In the code inserted into the Google transfer tool, and see the file Newer version With the ability to import iCloud videos and photos to Google Photos.
Apple’s equivalent app arrived in September 2015, so Google definitely took its time responding. Jump on iOS works much the same, helping users import photos, videos, messages, contacts, and more. on their iOS device. One of the Android device makers, Samsung, has its own hardware migration app also called smart switch which helps you switch from iPhone or other Android device to Galaxy smartphone. However, it is only available on Google Play or its Galaxy Store and does not work on iOS.
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