Anyone switching from an iPhone to an Android device has a lot to worry about Just green bubblesThey also want to fetch as much data from their phones as possible. While backing up things to Google Drive or connecting a cable are solutions Google can guide you through itWe now know that Google has built an iOS app called Switch to Android to get the job done wirelessly.
Switch to Android It appeared on the App Store last week, but it’s not listed, so you’ll need the link to search for it. Like Take Crunch Reportedly, Google has started rolling out the app to the public, but it may take some time before you can actually use it. Google spokesperson Ivy Hunt confirmed this the edge The offering should be completed within a few weeks. What we are waiting for is an update for Pixel devices that will allow them to work with the app. Once all the devices are ready, the app will be available in the markets where Pixel phones are sold.
Once activated, the Switch to Android app will be able to start the transfer process by popping up a QR code on the iPhone, which the Pixel can scan and begin uploading photos, videos, contacts, and calendar events without “tough cables.”
Of course, the app is called Switch to Android, not Switch to Pixel, so you’re right in assuming it should work with other devices, but initially the only phones it works with are the Pixel. There is no word yet on when it will be ready for other Android phones, or from manufacturers.
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