How to move contacts from iPhone to Android: There is a time when you are switching your phone, you have to manually type all your contacts on the new phone. Thanks to new smartphones where switching any type of data are just like within second games. Now, here we are talking about how to export your contact from ios device to Android with the easiest methods.
Apple’s Move to iOS Android app wirelessly transfers a user’s ” Contacts, message history, camera photos and videos, web bookmarks, mail accounts, calendars, wallpaper, and DRM-
free songs and books" from an Android phone to their new iPhone.
How to transfer(move) contacts from iPhone to Android:
If you’re using google account then this could be the easiest method you’ll ever have.
Once you’ve created your Google account, pick your iPhone device and navigate to the “Mail, Contacts, Calendars” section of your Settings menu. This is where you’ll enter in your Google account. Press the “Add Account” button, select the Gmail option, and enter your login information.
Your iPhone will then ask which parts of your Google account you’d like to sync. Make sure the Contacts option is selected; then your iPhone and Android devices will start syncing contacts with one another. This is the part where you’ll need to be patient. If you have a lot of contacts, it could take awhile. Just make sure to keep an internet connection active while your contacts are syncing.
It should be noted that your iPhone won’t tell you when your contacts are done syncing. To check on their progress, navigate to the Google Contacts website from your desktop, sign in with your Google account, and check up on the list of contacts from there.
Once your contacts are done syncing, log in to your Android device with your Google account information, and you should be all set!