Switch from iOS to Android with Google’s handy guide

Switch from iOS to Android with Google’s handy guide
Lewis Leong

Lewis Leong

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Google published a simple guide for iOS users looking to switch to Android. This comes after the announcement of Android 5.0 Lollipop, the Nexus 6 phone and Nexus 9 tablet.

Apple published its own guide for switching from Android to iOS a few months ago and now Google’s responding with its own guide. Google’s guide shows how users can transfer their photos, music, contacts and more. It also highlights the apps available in the Google Play Store.

While Google’s guide is a good start, it pushes the company’s own apps and services. Those who don’t want to sign up for Google+ to upload their photos to the cloud may not find the guide particularly useful.

Still, users who don’t mind signing up for Google’s services like Play Music and Google+ will find the guide straightforward.

Overall, the guide is pretty basic but does offer more tips to get new Android users started.

Check out Google’s switching from iOS to Android guide below.

Source: Get going on Android

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