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Google wants to help you leave iOS for Android Lollipop


So, you've taken a look at the new iPhones and iPads and thought to yourself: "Nah, it's time to see if the grass really is greener on the other side." Well, good timing, because Google has published a guide to help you switch from iOS to its newest platform, Android Lollipop. The tech giant has laid it all out for you: its instructions include how to upload photos stored on iPhones and iPads to Google+, transfer music from iTunes to Google Play Music, keep all your contacts and even set up mail and messaging, among others. In short, it's what you need to read if the only thing keeping you from moving platforms is the process itself. If you're ready to switch allegiance, keep an eye out for the Nexus 6 smartphone, the Nexus 9 tablet or the Nexus player, as those will be the first devices to come loaded with Lollipop (though some older devices are also getting it through software upgrades). But in case you're actually having issues switching to iOS instead of from, don't worry: Apple has also published a guide to help you become a bona fide iOS user.

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