Are you an Android user planning to switch to iPhone you may be bothered about transferring all your data – music, photos, contacts, calendar and so on – and making sure nothing is lost in the process. Good news is that we help you with easy and best way to transfer from Android to iPhone. You can do this either by Google way or using Move to iOS app.
Transfer contacts from Android to iPhone: Use Google the easy way
There are two ways of transferring contacts from Android to iOS. We’ll outline them both below, but if you have been using your Android phone for any length of time we strongly suggest you try them in the order we have written them. If you have been using your Android phone and Google account (Gmail, Google Play, etc) for any length of time the chances are that all of your contacts will be associated with your Google account. At the very least the ones you use most often should be.So make sure you have backed up your Android phone. Go to Settings on your Android phone and choose “Accounts and Sync” or similar. Enter your GMail account details and enable synchronization. Your phone contacts and Google Contacts should now synchronize.
Then go to your new iPhone. Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars and add your Gmail account. Make sure Contacts are enabled for the account. You should now find that all of your Google contacts are in your iPhone.
Transfer contacts from Android to iPhone: Move to iOS app
Apple’s new “Move to iOS” app that wirelessly transfers a user’s “contacts, message history, camera photos and videos, web bookmarks, mail accounts, calendars, wallpaper, and DRM-free songs and books” from an Android phone to their new iPhone.The switching process also suggests that they install free apps from their Android device that are also available on Apple’s App Store, so switchers can quickly get back on their feet with their favorite apps such as Facebook and Twitter. Paid apps that they have on Android with iOS versions available will be added to a user’s wish list in the iOS App Store.Once the process is done, the Android app helpfully prompts users to recycle their Android phone, just to keep them from going back to Google’s mobile platform unless they buy a new phone.