Google is rolling out the Switch to Android app for iOS users who are looking to transfer their data from iPhones to Android devices wirelessly. The app also allows users to turn off iMessage to receive text messages on their Android devices. Apple already has a similar app called ''Move to iOS'' to transfer data from an Android device to an iPhone. It is listed on Google Play.
The iOS app for Google is currently available on the App Store. It is capable of importing contacts, calendars, photos, and videos from an iPhone to an Android device without a cable. As previously stated, the app allows users to turn off iMessage to receive text messages on their Android devices.
The link to Google''s Switch to Android webpage claims that a cable may be used to transfer photos and videos stored in iCloud, DRM-free music, non-iTunes music, call logs, alarms, device settings, audio, wallpapers, and free apps.
Google Pixel phones will initially be available from iPhones, but support for other mobile devices will be added later.
The App Store''s switch to Android listing has a 39MB height. iPhone users may now access the list of permissions for the Switch to Android app for iOS users in selected regions. The app requires iPhones running on iOS 12.0 or newer or Apple iPod Touch with iOS 12.0 or later.
Apple has already developed a Move to iOS app in the Google Play Store that allows users to move content from an Android device to the iPhone. The app also allows for the transfer of contacts, message history, camera photos and videos, Web bookmarks, and mail accounts.
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