Google is already hard at work on Switch to Android, a tool that will assist those who are switching from iOS to Android.
Google intends to make it easier for iPhone owners who wish to move to Android. The 9to5Google added a novelty to the latest version of the mobile operating system, implying that Google is working on an iPhone app that will make it simple to prepare for migration.
Google presently allows users to upload their contact list, calendar entries, and images to Google Drive and then download the data to their Android device with the same account after switching, according to the tab.
The Switch to Android app, on the other hand, allows for a far more flexible transfer from one device to another. The following instructions for use were identified in the code, according to the report:
- Step 1: Go to the App Store and download the Switch to Android app.
- Step 2: Open the network settings
- Step 3: Choose the correct network and input the relevant password.
The app then functions as a kind of wifi hotspot. According to the description, the data mentioned above and SMS and programs can be transferred to an Android device. To do so, you’ll also need to enter your iTunes password.
However, the GSMArena adds that I don’t know many details concerning application transmission, but I’m almost sure that purchased programs aren’t installed on my Android phone. The Play Store will have to be retaken.