New app makes it easy to dump Android for Apple iPhone

More people are dumping Android for Apple’s revolutionary iPhone and iPad every day and there is a growing need to transfer this data from an old phone or tablet to iPhone and iPad. Users are often tasked with taking on this manual and time-consuming process alone. Not anymore.

Relo, from JAMF Software, is a free app that helps those who are ready to finally ditch their Android devices and graduate to the advanced Apple ecosystem by painlessly transferring Contacts, Photos, Videos and Apps to their new iOS device.

Relo facilitates a direct wireless connection between the user’s old Android device and their new iOS device. Contacts, photos, and videos are copied directly between devices. No information is uploaded to the cloud or anywhere else.

If users have an Android app that is also available for iOS (as pretty much all of them would be as iOS is frequently the developer’s first choice with common-denominator Android ports following later, if at all) Relo will display the iPhone or iPad version for you to download. No information or content will be moved from within apps.

More information about Relo via Apple’s App Store here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Judge Bork” and “Rainy Day” for the heads up.]

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