Anyone switching from an iPhone to an Android gadget has extra to fear about than just green bubbles, in addition they need to carry alongside as a lot of the info from their telephone as they will. While backing issues up to Google Drive or plugging in a cable are options that Google can walk you through, now we all know Google constructed an iOS app referred to as Switch to Android to get the job accomplished wirelessly.
Switch to Android popped up in the App Store last week, however it’s unlisted so that you’d want the hyperlink to dig it up. As TechCrunch reported, Google is beginning to roll the app out to the general public, however it could be a short while earlier than you’ll be able to really use it. Google spokesperson Ivy Hunt confirmed to The Verge that the rollout ought to be full in a few weeks. What we’re ready for is an replace to Pixel gadgets that enables them to work with the app. Once the gadgets are all ready, then the app will be obtainable in the markets the place Pixel telephones are bought.
Once it’s energetic, the Switch to Android app will be in a position to provoke the switch course of by popping up a QR code on the iPhone, which your Pixel can scan and begin to load pictures, movies, contacts, and calendar occasions with out “fussy cables.”
Of course, the app is named Switch to Android, not Switch to Pixel, so that you’d be proper in assuming that it ought to work with different gadgets, however at first the one telephones it’s working with are Pixels. There’s no phrase but on when it will be ready for different Android telephones, or from which producers.