Switch from iPhone to Android. It’s easier than ever.

Your favorite apps, photos, chats and more stay with you. Use the same accessories, stay protected and find a phone that feels like you with Android.

Switch with confidence

It’s all good with
Google on Android.

Your new go-to apps, accessible video chatting and texting, device compatibility, always-on security and more makes switching to Android simple.

Find your new phone

Ready to make the switch?

Take a quick quiz to discover which Android phones are best for you.

  • Pixel 8 Pro

    From $999.00

  • Pixel 8

    From $699.00

  • Pixel Fold

    From $1,799.00

  • Galaxy Z Flip5

    From $999.00

  • Galaxy Z Fold5

    From $1,799.00

  • Your perfect phone

    Help me choose
A Pixel 8 Pro.

Pixel 8 Pro

From $999.00

A Pixel 8.

Pixel 8

From $699.00

Two Google Pixel Fold phones, one showing the outside camera, the other showing the inside home screen.

Pixel Fold

From $1,799.00

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Galaxy Z Flip5

From $999.00

A Samsung Galaxy Z Fold5 rests on a folded up Galaxy Z Fold5 along with a stylus. On the screen is the message “Unfold your world.”

Galaxy Z Fold5

From $1,799.00

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Transfer your data safely

Copy over your most
important data.

Turn on your new Android phone. Follow the on-screen prompts to transfer your iPhone data and set up your new phone. Use your old iPhone cable but if you don’t have one, you can 
transfer wirelessly.

An iPhone and brand new Android phone sit side-by-side, connected by a Lightning USB cord. Data is transferring easily from the iPhone to the new Android phone.

Fastest, most comprehensive

Use a cable.

To transfer the most data, we recommend using your old iPhone Lightning cable.

An iPhone and brand new Android phone sit side-by-side with a Wifi symbol between them. Two dots animate between the Wifi symbol and phones to signify wireless data transfer

If a cable isn’t available

Transfer wirelessly.

You can connect your new Android and old iPhone wirelessly, to transfer a more limited set of your data.

Why Android

A new world of Android has arrived.

More creative, more helpful, more foldable. With Google AI on Android and foldable phones, Android has changed the way you’ll use your phones.

Experience a new Android
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FAQs

Get the answers you need to make the switch.

Stay connected

The people you care about are still a text or video chat away.

Messages by Google replaces iMessage® as your new home for texting. Use Google Meet instead of FaceTime® for all video calls. Call, text and emoji respond to Android or iPhone, no problem.

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Stay connected

Messages by Google.

Text with everyone, no matter their OS. From sharing emoji reactions with your iPhone friends to high-res photos in Android chats, Messages by Google helps you stay connected.

The Messages by Google logo hovers over the top, right corner of a horizontally-open fold phone. The top part of the folded screen displays a text conversation, the bottom shows the keyboard, tapping out a new message.

Stay connected

Google Meet.

Video call with anyone on any OS, one-on-one or in a group. Add a fun background or filter and talk anywhere you want, all with a tap.

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Stay connected

Quick Share.

Send and receive files, from and to any Android with Quick Share, so your baby photos, cat videos and documents can be shared with who you want, when you want.

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Switch with confidence

Will I need new headphones and accessories?

Is copying your data to Android difficult?

Will my device and data be secure?

Keep your accessories

Android works with AirPods and other major brands.

Connect your AirPods® to your new Android phone with Bluetooth and you’re ready to rock out the same way you had.

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Keep your accessories

Fast Pair.

Pairing your accessories is a whole lot easier with Fast Pair. From speakers to Fitbit, Beats headphones to hundreds of smart home devices and more.

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Switch with confidence

How can I stay connected with the people I care about?

Is copying your data to Android difficult?

Will my device and data be secure?

Transfer easily

All your most important info is transferred easily.

Follow the on-screen instructions to start the transfer. Quick and secure, data is sent directly between devices. A copy stays on your original device, so you won't lose anything.

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Transfer easily

Google Photos.

Securely transfer photos from your iPhone and enjoy them on your new Android. AI-powered search makes it even easier to find your photos by the places, people or things in them.

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Switch with confidence

How can I stay connected with the people I care about?

Will I need new headphones and accessories?

Will my device and data be secure?

Get powerful protection

Stay protected with powerful security and privacy controls.

Android checks your apps and devices for harmful behavior, encrypts texts, lets you set limits of what apps can access and when and filters out spam calls and texts before they reach you.

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Get powerful protection

Google Play Protect.

Every day, Play Protect proactively checks your apps for harmful behavior. If we find something suspicious, Google will warn you and disable it so you don’t have to.

An Android phone screen with Google Play Protect open. A green shield with a checkmark icon is illuminated with the message "No harmful apps found" alerting the user that their phone is secure.

Get powerful protection

Spam protection.

Last year, Android used AI to protect users from 100B suspected spam messages and calls. So you can focus on life and avoid distractions and scams.

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Get powerful protection

Privacy Dashboard.

Set limits of what's being accessed and when. From GPS running in the background to mic and camera access.

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Switch with confidence

How can I stay connected with the people I care about?

Will I need new headphones and accessories?

Is copying your data to Android difficult?

Fastest, most comprehensive

Use a cable.

What can transfer:

  • Contacts

  • Photos and videos

  • Calendar events

  • Messages & WhatsApp chats

  • Apps

  • Music

  • And more

  • An iPhone and brand new Android phone sit side-by-side, connected by a Lightning USB cord. Data is transferring easily from the iPhone to the new Android phone.

    1. Connect both devices.

    Turn on your new Android device. When prompted, connect your new Android phone to your old iPhone using your Lightning to USB-C cable. In some cases, you might need an OTG adapter.

  • A brand new Android phone screen with the message "Select your data." along with a list of contacts, photos and videos, calendar events, messages and WhatsApp chats and music listed below.

    2. Select your data.

    Follow the on-screen instructions to choose what to copy over — contacts, photos, messages, WhatsApp chats and more. Disable iMessage so you don't miss a notification.

  • A brand new Android phone screen with the message "Transferring data." along with a list of contacts, photos and videos, calendar events, messages and WhatsApp chats and music listed below.

    3. Transfer.

    That's it. You’ve copied over your most important data onto your new Android phone.

For more details, see step-by-step guides for Samsung Galaxy phones, Pixel phones or visit our Help Center.

If a cable isn’t available

Transfer wirelessly.

What can transfer:

  • Contacts

  • Photos and videos

  • Calendar events

  • An iPhone and brand new Android phone sit side-by-side with a Wifi symbol between them. Two dots animate between the Wifi symbol and phones to signify wireless data transfer

    1. Connect both devices wirelessly.

    Turn on your new Android phone and follow the on-screen prompts. When asked if you have a cable, select "No cable," and follow the instructions to connect your iPhone and Android via Wifi using the Switch to Android app. To transfer data without a cable to Samsung devices, go here.

  • A brand new Android phone screen with the message "Select your data." along with a list of contacts, photos and videos, calendar events, messages and WhatsApp chats and music listed below

    2. Select your data.

    Follow the on-screen instructions to choose what comes with you — contacts, photos, videos and calendar events. To transfer Messages and WhatsApp chats, you’ll need to use a cable.

  • A brand new Android phone screen with the message "Transferring data." along with a list of contacts, photos and videos, calendar events, messages and WhatsApp chats and music listed below

    3. Transfer.

    That's it. Your personal data is now on your new Android phone. Just disable iMessage so you don't miss a notification.