We’ve seen plenty of tools on Android that helps migrating from one Android phone to another, and even from an iPhone to an Android device, but what about switching from Android to iOS? Apple has an app for that of course, called Move to iOS.
Move to iOS wasn’t unveiled during the keynote speech at WWDC 2015 but if you visit the iOS 9 preview page, you will be greeted with a section for Android Migration that shows how easy it is to migrate to iOS from Android.
Move to iOS app will wirelessly and securely transfer information from one device to another such as contacts, message history, camera photos and videos, web bookmarks, mail accounts, calendars, wallpapers, and DRM-free songs and books.
As for apps, even though both devices are on different platforms, Move to iOS will try to help rebuild your app library too. Free apps such as Facebook and Twitter will be suggested for download from the App Store, while paid apps will be added to iTunes Wish List.
Sadly though, Move to iOS is not available at the moment. It should be released along with iOS 9, which is expected to be available in September this year.