Apple’s iPhone has long been known as one of the most visually attractive smartphones on the market. The iPhone’s brushed aluminium case has made it a distinct icon in a market teeming with competitive products.
How do you move from iPhone to Android? In fact, if you already use Google’s services like Gmail, Photos, Music and so on, switching from iPhone to Android could be remarkably very simple. And even if you haven’t got a Google account it’s relatively straightforward to transfer your digital identity from iPhone to Android.
If you think you’re slightly mad, but you’re sure you’ve got a decent reason to move from an iPhone to a Google Android smartphone. The good news is that it’s a lot more easier to transfer your contacts, photos and other important data from iPhone to Android and vice versa, than it used to be.
Probably the first thing you’ll want to move from your iPhone to an Android phone is your contacts. Your contacts are linked to your email account. So you may have them stored in iCloud, or in your Gmail account (if you’re using Gmail).