Google’s Switch to Android App Now Working With All Android 12 Smartphones

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To make it easier for new Android users to transfer data from their old iPhones, tech giant Google’s Switch to Android iPhone app is now reportedly working with all Android 12 smartphones.

The free iOS app, designed to make it easy to switch to Android, helps you move important data like your iPhone contacts and calendar entries.

The company said in a blogpost, “Once you get your new Android phone, follow our easy setup instructions to go through the data transfer process.

You will need to transfer your old iPhone to your new Android phone or You will then be prompted to connect with your iPhone cable or wirelessly via the new Switch on the Android app.”

The company mentioned that once the user(s) is all set, they can check out the company features and get started on their new Android device.

With the Messages app and Gboard, messaging is easy and enjoyable, especially between friends who use Android.

Group chat, high quality photo and video sharing, read receipts and emoji reactions are all available for RCS and thousands of emoji mashup stickers to help you express your feelings.

According to the company, if your friends and family have Google Accounts, it’s easier than ever to video chat with Google Meet on Android.

Or if you prefer FaceTime, you can still use it in the latest version of Chrome. Or with apps like WhatsApp in Google Play, you can chat with whoever you want around the world for free.

Users can choose from a variety of Chromebooks, Wear OS smartwatches, Google TV devices and fast pair sporting headphones like Pixel Buds that work well with your phone.

In fact, some Apple products will still work with their Android devices, such as AirPods.

The Switch to Android app starts a transfer process on the iPhone by displaying a QR code that you scan to transfer photos, videos, contacts and calendar events.

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