In 9to5Google’s latest ‘APK Insight’, the latest version of an Android component called “Data Restore Tool” has been identified with new code hinting at a new app. It’s probably that Google may be having a search to make a “Swap to Android” app for the iOS App store moral cherish Apple has a “Pass to iOS” app for Android.
For context, the way that Google currently switches iOS users to Android is to back up contacts, calendar occasions, and photos to Google Pressure. Then, when the same Google account is added to a new Android tool, the content is accessed via the respective apps.
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Original lines of code discovered inner version 1.0.382048734 of the “Data Restore Tool” make references to a Google-made app called “Swap to Android” for iOS. Right here’s the text contained in the app:
Step 1: Obtain the Swap to Android app from the App Store.
Step 2: Whisk to your Wi-Fi settings
Step 3: Connect to community ^1 and enter password ^2
In addition, probably the most language in the tool has been changed to reflect that more iOS data will probably be transferrable than in the past. For example, there’s now mention that the app may perhaps transfer apps.
To transfer apps, SMS messages, and contacts, enter your iTunes backup password.
It’s no longer clear how Google expects to “transfer” apps form iOS to Android various than perhaps download the Android version of iOS apps on a new tool, but we aren’t confident that actual app data will probably be transferrable. You can be distinct that paid apps won’t transfer over and will have to be purchased again via the Google Play Store.