Google finally came out with an answer to Apple’s Android app that has a switching feature with its own iOS switching options. The search giant has rolled out the new feature – giving users the option to take a backup of the iPhone to its Google Drive App on iOS. The motto of Google Drive is, to back up stuff like your contacts, photos, and calendar events into the cloud storage.
If users have a plan to switch from iPhone to Android Google Drive has the ability to instantly back up their contacts, photos camera roll, and calendar events storing them in the cloud. To access this feature users have to follow three-step processes.
- Firstly, the user has to download Google Drive from the App store.
- After that, sign in with the primary Google account you will be using on your Android device.
- Using the Google Drive app, Go to Menu> Setting> Start the process of backing up the user’s data.
The process of getting and pulling the stuff or gear from the cloud makes it easier to access the backup data. Along with that provides accessibility from the cloud. During the backup process, all the data may get a while time to get transferred, depending on your data’s size and your photo size. Probably user has to keep the device under the power source and also connect it to Wi-Fi.
After the backup process, users can duck out of their iPhone to Android. Once they jumped into the Android users have to sign in with their Google account, and all the stuff will automatically be transferred simultaneously. Of course, there is a dark thing that, Google Drive won’t have the backup of your texts and the music library.