In our high state, it should be said that smartphones have become the true pocket-sized computers, but the tasks that should be easy are still surrounded by extremely complicated processes. Anyone who has never had a problem doing something as simple as move your contacts from the phone book from the Android forum to the iPhone.
A small amount of data, easily transmitted, but wrapped in layers to sync between complex services. That is why, in our new video tutorial, we explain how you can easily learn to take care of everything.
Submit to iOS and Google's own cloud, your partners
If what you are doing is converting your mobile phone and jumping from one with Android to iPhone, then the chase is much easier than you think. That's enough install the app & # 39; Move to iOS & # 39; on your Android, available for free in the Play Store, just before uninstalling the new iPhone and launching its first launch assistant. Make sure that both phones are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
Go to iOS to display the number on your Android screen, which you have to enter on the iPhone
If on the other hand you do not modify your phone and just want to send your contacts from Android to your iPhone, then we will depend on choosing the Android phone to do. The usual thing is for your contacts to be synced with a Google account, and in that case only necessary set up a Google account on iPhone
You can do that in settings, within the & # 39; Accounts & passwords section, where you can add accounts for various services. Select & # 39; Google & # 39; and enter your credentials, so and then make the communication option. Your calendar will appear synced automatically in the iPhone Contacts app.
If you do not have Android contacts synced with Google, you can use it to sync or use the Android options itself to move them to a file that you can import to the iPhone. Here we already rely on the customization layer the manufacturer places on each and every Android, so we recommend following the & # 39; universal & # 39; syncing everything with Google and simplifying the process.