We’re not sure how credible this report actually is but Silicon Valley blog claims that Apple is working on a move to Android app for iOS. A short time ago Apple released its Move to iOS app on Android in an effort to make it easier for would-be Android defectors to migrate data. The app generated a huge buzz of negativity among the Android community and many of them took to the Google Play store to download and down vote the Apple app. While the app has many bad reviews (most are bogus) it actually works very well, since I used it to move my wife from the Note 5 to the 6s Plus. So is it possible that Apple is working on a similar app to release in its own App Store for iOS defectors to use while switching to Android?
In any case, it is trusted that the new application could be the aftereffect of weight from European telecoms organizations, who are worried by the minor number of Apple clients who switch to Android App, halfway in view of the trouble of moving between telephones.
The portable administrators are thought to be concerned this absence of exchanging is debilitating their hand in contractual arrangements, since Apple thoroughly rules such an expansive part of the telephone market.
They’re purportedly stressed that by making it hard to leave iOS, Apple is constraining rivalry and making it harder for them.
Google already has a similar method in place with Switch to Android and I’m not entirely convinced that Apple would even have a thought of making such an application but it certainly would be interesting if they did. We’ve reached out to Apple for comment on this report and we will update this article if we hear back from the company,
What do you think of Silicon Valley’s report? Would Apple even think of making a move to Android from iOS app? Let us know in the comments below or on Google+, Facebook and Twitter.Source: Silicon Valley Blog