Google has unobtrusively delivered a free application for iOS to assist you with effectively persisting information from an iPhone to an Android gadget, as detailed by 9to5Google. The Switch To Android application works remotely, meaning you will not need to stress over associating the two telephones with a link.
“The Switch to Android application from Google helps you rapidly and safely move your most significant information types – photographs, recordings, contacts, and schedule occasions – to a pristine Android gadget without particular links,” as per the application’s portrayal on the App Store. That rundown does exclude messages, so it seems the application will not have the option to move those, however it will walk you through how to switch off iMessage so “you don’t miss instant messages from loved ones.”
9to5Google says this is an unlisted application, and that seems, by all accounts, to be the situation, as I can’t track down it while looking through the App Store on my iPhone. Notwithstanding, you can download it right now from this immediate connection. Google didn’t promptly answer a solicitation for input about when the application could formally become recorded on the App Store.
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