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Apple's 'Move to iOS' app is ready to help Android users jump ship

Billy Steele
September 16, 2015
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We knew it was coming, and now it's here. Before the new wave of iPhones make their way to your hands, Cuperino's app that'll help you switch from Android is now available at Google Play. The "Move to iOS" app will transfer images, messages, contacts, calendars, mail accounts and more to one of Apple's devices. That new iPhone or iPad will create a private WiFi connection with your Android device (4.0 and later) to handle the transfer, promising to put all of the gathered content "in the right places." We'll be curious to see how well it actually works. Oh yeah, when you're all finished, Apple even offers to recycle your old phone at any Apple Store.

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