Monday, June 8, 2015

Move to iOS: Android app will transfer device data to iPhones and iPads

Apple announced a fine move to make life easier for users who want to migrate to iOS 9, including an Android device. The solution is a dedicated app for iPhones and iPads called "Move to iOS." Suggestive well.

The application is designed to simplify the process of transferring user data between two devices. He is able to take information securely between a tablet or Android smartphone for an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch via wireless connection.

The Move to iOS is described in a subsection of the new page iOS 9 Preview, and the application to be released in the App Store yet you can download the following categories of information on devices with the new operating system from Apple:

  • contacts
  • Message History
  • Camera photos and videos
  • Internet favorites
  • E-mail Accounts
  • calendars
  • Wallpapers
  • Books and music (which are not protected with DRM that prevents backups)
The app also takes care of rebuilding their Android apps library on an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad with any free applications like Facebook and Twitter, suggesting each to download on the App Store. As for paid apps, will be added to Wish List from your new iTunes.

Other details were not provided. Apparently the Move iOS should be provided both in the App Store as the Play Store, and should run on both devices including transfers should occur. It should be available on the launch of iOS 9 for the consumer.

After the data transfer in iOS device, Apple will offer even a recycling of the old Android device at any Apple Store. The company's message here is clear, no?

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