Monday, 22 June 2015

Apple announce their first Android app - which helps users switch to iOS

At WWDC (Apple's conference for app developers) earlier today, the technology giant announced that they are soon going to be releasing their first Android apps. One of their new apps is called 'Move to iOS' which is designed to make the tedious task of moving messages, contacts, pictures, calendars, and books from an old phone to a new phone a lot easier - if your new phone happens to be an iPhone that is.

Even free apps which users have downloaded on their Android phone (such as Twitter, Instagram and Facebook) will appear as recommended apps on their new iPhone.

Although Apple hasn't seen a significant fall in profit recently, this new app should ensure that they keep winning over Android users.