In recent years, the global market share of Android has been growing significantly in the U.S., Europe, and China. Last year, Google announced that its mobile operating system had over 1.4 billion actives. Android keeps on getting bigger. It is reported that Android already commands over 80% of the mobile OS market share globally in 2016, and just under 60% in the U.S.
Compared to iOS, Android is a more open ecosystem because Android users can download apps direct from a developer’s site, install applications from a flash memory card or from a third-party app store such as the Amazon AppStore, Getjar or F-Droid. Besides that, there are a diversity of Android smartphones for you to choose from, such as Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge, HTC 10, OnePlus 3, LG G5, Sony Xperia Z5, Nexus 6P, HTC One A9, etc.
Switching to a new Android phone should be exciting but it’s usually accompanied by the dull process of transferring all your contacts, messages, music, photos and other data from your old device. Luckily, almost all Android manufactures have their own phone transfer tools, such as Samsung Kies & Kies 3, Motorola Migrate, HTC Sync Manger, LG PC Suite, Sony Xperia Transfer, etc. If you are not satisfied with the mentioned tools, here we introduce a more efficient transfer tool, that is Mobile Phone Transfer.
The Mobile Phone Transfer breaks down the barriers of different Android manufactures when you switch to a new Android phone. It is easy to transfer all of your important data from your old Android phone to new device, including contacts, text messages, apps, call logs, apps, photos, music and videos. With Mobile Phone Transfer, you won’t worry about data residing on your older handset.
2 steps to transfer phone data from Android to Android
1: Install the Mobile Phone Transfer on your computer, run it and select “Phone to Phone” option.
2: Connect both your old and new Android phones to computer, and select content to copy, then click “Start Copy” to transfer your old Android phone data to your new Android phone.