Apple rumored to be working on “Move-to-Android” migration app

    Apple already has an app that allows Android users to migrate to iOS. The "Move to iOS" app is available on the Google Play Store. Using a Wi-fi connection, pictures, messages and other content can be migrated from Android to iOS. According to a new report, telecom carriers have asked Apple to develop an app that allows users to migrate from iOS devices to android. This is similar to the "Move to iOS app". However, in this case the migration of apps and data will happen from iOS to Android.

    Apple rumored to be working on “Move-to-Android” migration app
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    While it sounds surprising to know if Apple will develop "Move to Android" given the rigidity of iOS. While the "Move to iOS" app is found on the Android store, we can expect an "Move to iOS" app which will be found on the App-Store in the coming months. While this is rumored, there is no official announcement as to when the app will be released on the app store.

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    Several retailers and even mobile carriers including users often complain of the hassle and problem they are faced with when they have to transfer data from Apple to Android and are often forced to stick to the system. A new app that allows users to cross-platform data transfer should solve the problem.

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