Apple has been offering such a program since 2015, Google is still hiding from its own, but as an unlisted app, they can already try their solution.
Google has quietly developed and somewhat released a program in the App Store on the iOS platform that is said to make it easier to move from an iPhone to an Android smartphone. THE Switch to Android, in Hungarian Switch to Android is not yet listed in the App Store, but thanks to 9to5Google team at this link via the iPhone, drop it down to the appropriate page in the app store and you can also download the app from there.
A Switch to Android it works wirelessly, so you no longer need the USB-C – Lightning cable that was previously needed to exchange data between iOS and Android. With Google-developed software, you can copy photos, videos, contacts, calendar entries to Android, but you can’t transfer messages or call history. THE 9to5Google video also shows that the app warns a user leaving iOS to turn off iMessage on their old phone. You will need to read a QR code with your iPhone’s camera on the settings screen of your Android device to start the data exchange, but the video shows that it doesn’t work yet.
I also downloaded the application on my own phone, I couldn’t go through the setup procedure either. All I could do was find out that the program works with a full Hungarian translation and I received warnings about iMessage and iCloud Photos. Also, it turned out that if the QR code fun didn’t work for some reason, you could also create a connection between the two devices manually. I tried the setup with an Oppo running Android 11, but it didn’t want to work, I risk having Android 12 to exchange data, as this system has also made it easier to copy data over cable. The user interface is easy to use and easy to understand, fitting what iOS users may be used to.
For now, it’s questionable when the app will be publicly available from the App Store, if I had to guess, I’d say the Google I / O conference area as the release date. The Apple Move to iOS app has been available in the Play Store since 2015.
Source: Hírek és cikkek – Mobilarena by mobilarena.hu.
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