Are you currently an Apple iPhone/iOS user? Thinking of moving from your current platform to Google Android? Well, Google has laid out a guide for those of you wishing to make the jump. Earlier this year Apple made such a guide for Google Android users wanting to jump to Apple iOS so it’s only fair Google make a guide as well. The guide, which can be found here, shows users how to move photos from their iDevices as well as their music library (which is a huge deal to many). Google emphasizes the Google+ app on iOS which can backup users photos to Google’s cloud storage. At full resolution this will take up your cloud storage but if you set the app to save to Google specs you can store as many photos as you like without taking your paid/free storage space up.
The guide goes on to show how you can transfer all your contacts even transferring iCloud contact to Google. Email and messaging are covered as well. They also emphasize that most popular iOS apps can be found on the Google Playstore and in most cases you just have to login to the app with your account and everything should work. A lot of people choose to move from one platform to the other for whatever reasons. I myself have been on iOS then Android and now back on iOS. It’s pretty helpful to the non-tech type person to have these guides handy. You can find both guides at the links below. How to move to Android from iOS and how to move from iOS to Android. Are you making the move from one operating system to the other? Let us know in the comments or Google+, Facebook and Twitter if you are and why. Android Authority also has a video that could be helpful to some right after the links below.