Just as Apple has launched a data transfer app called Move to iOS on the Google Play Store, allowing original Android phone users to transfer data to iPhone, Google is also quietly listing an app called Switch to Android on the App Store, which apparently can be used to transfer iPhone data to Android phones.
The Swtich to Android app can import contacts, calendars, photos, and videos originally stored on the iPhone to the Android phone. It will even teach users how to turn off iMessage on the iPhone and transfer photos and video content through the iCloud service.
At present, this app has not been officially announced to the public. If you search through the App Store, you cannot find it. You can only view and download it through a direct connection. However, Google has not made any response to this.
In addition, the Switch to Android app does not automatically transfer the app content that the user is accustomed to using on the iPhone, so the user must manually download it one by one.
As for the launch of the Switch to Android app, it shows that Google hopes to attract more iPhone users to join the use of Android phones.