Then get back here and vote up top, and tell me why you voted the way you did in the comments!. That’s right, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus does not have Adobe Flash installed. Of course, while an application isn’t integrated we have a tendency to query a fast search in the Android Market. And as you can see below, it was nowhere to be found!
But what might this mean? Just past we speculated Adobe’s plans for future mobile Flash development, and clearly all proof suggests HTML5 will eventually be king. There may okay be something included in Android 4. 0 that we might have missed, or something enormous planned on the way. One of the large selling points for Android over iOS and other competitors is its ability to play Flash content, so the fact that Google’s contemporary “developer” telephone doesn’t have it have to be a sign of innovation soon to come.
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Printer Pro for iPhone does more than just AirPrint. Essentially turns the iOS “Open in…” dialog into a print dialog so as long as you have a printer attached to your network somewhere, there’s a good chance you can turn the file on your screen into paper in your hand with just a few taps, with control over preview, range, layout, scale, and more.
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So, you are finally seeing the light and decide to live in the world of light. This means pain — especially the pain of having to give up old, dark, enslaving habits. It is heart-rending to bid goodbye to the tyrannical habits associated with iPhone use, especially if you’ve grown too attached to it. But, you find consolation in the fact that you’re welcoming a free world where there is color and where you can breathe. The transition is not easy.
You’ve taken the most difficult step — that of deciding to leave the iPhone for good and embracing Android. We, at Android Authority, want your grief (for having ended your iPhone love affair) to be short and your joy (for having embraced the freedom of Android) to be sweet and well-deserved. In short, we want your migration from iPhone to Android to be as painless and as easy as possible.
In this guide, you will learn how to transfer from iPhone to Android. This guide offers several easy methods for carrying out the various common tasks associated with transferring from iPhone to Android for good. In particular, you will find guides for the following:
All of these guides require you to have a Google account. We tried our best to select the simplest, easiest, and least-complicated method for accomplishing a task. At the same time, we also tried to choose methods that won’t cost you a cent or that won’t require you to buy software that you’ll use only once.
Moving your iPhone contacts to Android
If I were in your shoes, the very first thing that I’d want to transfer to my new Android phone would be my contact list. Especially since I use my smartphone as a phone more than anything else, contacts are at the top of the list of data types that I’d consider most important.
In earlier versions of iTunes, you could easily sync your iPhone contacts with your Google account, but Apple has since removed that convenience in the more recent iTunes versions. The good news, however, is that you can still transfer your contacts to Android with the help of iCloud.
The method will require you to first sync your iPhone contacts to iCloud, from which you will export your contacts into a vCard file (VCF), and manually import your iPhone contacts to your Google account.
What you need for this method:
iPhone and Android phone
iCloud account set up, activated, and synced on your iPhone
The first thing that you need to do is to enable iCloud on your iPhone and sync your contacts to the cloud:
On your iPhone, go to Settings > iCloud.
Login with your iCloud account.
Enable “Contacts” on the iCloud page to allow your phone to sync your contacts to iCloud.
Make sure your iPhone is connected to the Internet to sync your contacts to iCloud.
With your contacts now synced to the cloud, the next thing to do is to export your contacts from iCloud into a VCF file, and then import it to your Google account:
Open a Web browser on your computer.
Go to https://www.icloud.com/ and sign in with your iCloud account.
Click Contacts to view your list of contacts.
Select the contact(s) that you want to export.
Click the Actions Menu button (cog wheel icon at the lower-left corner) to open the settings menu.
Select Export vCard from the settings menu.
Your browser will download a VCF file containing the exported contacts.
iCloud has a feature that allows you to share your calendars to other Apple users — pretty much like Google’s own calendar sharing feature. The method in this section actually takes advantage of that very same sharing ability because it allows you to save your shared calendar into a file. In a nutshell, this method will export all of your iPhone calendar events into a file that you can import into Google Calendar.
The trick here is for you to have an iCloud account properly set up and activated on your iPhone and synced.
The great thing about this method is that you can migrate all of your iPhone calendar events in one go. The minor downside is that if you have several calendars in your account, you need to export them one at a time.
What you will need for this method:
iPhone and Android phone
iCloud account set up, activated, and synced on your iPhone
desktop or laptop PC with Web browser (preferably Chrome or Firefox)
Unless you have already done so, first set up iCloud on your iPhone, as follows:
Open the Settings page.
Tap on Mail, Contacts, Calendars.
Tap Add Account and log in to your iCloud account.
Once you’ve logged into your iCloud account, ensure that syncing is turned on or enabled for “Calendars.”
Connect to the Internet to allow iCloud to sync your iPhone data to the cloud.
Next, export your iCloud calendar entries. Perform the following steps on your desktop/laptop PC:
In your Web browser, open www.icloud.com and login to your iCloud account.
Click on the calendar icon to open your Calendar page.
Your list of calendars will be listed on the left pane.
Click on the Share Calendar button beside the name of the calendar that you want to export.
On the popup that appears, place a checkmark beside “Public Calendar.” Copy the URL that appears below it. It looks like a string of random characters beginning with webcal://.
Open a new browser tab or window.
Paste the URL onto the new tab or window’s address bar — but do not press the Enter key yet.
Edit the URL by changing webcal:// to http:// and then press the Enter key to open the URL.
No webpage will open. Instead, a file will begin downloading. Its file name will be made up of a long string of random characters. This file is actually a plain text file that contains your calendar entries. Save the file to a convenient location on your PC. You may also rename the file into something shorter and easier to remember (e.g., calendar.ics).
Close the browser tabs/windows for iCloud and the download URL.
So far, you’ve succeeded in exporting and downloading your calendar entries into a file on your PC. Your next step is to import the file to your Google Calendar account. Here are the steps to accomplish that:
Unless you belong to the breed of iPhone users who rarely — if ever — take photos and capture videos using their iPhones, in all likelihood your iPhone will contain images and videos that you captured through its camera. How do you completely migrate all of those to your Android phone?
There are several ways to transfer your images and videos, but here’s an easy one that will do the job really quickly — and without requiring an Internet connection. The upside to this method is that it will copy all of your images and videos in just one go. The downsides are that you will need your desktop or laptop PC to act as intermediary, this method requires a wired connection between your iPhone and your PC, and this method will transfer images and videos in your Camera Roll only.
In a nutshell, this method copies your Camera Roll images and videos to your PC so that you can then transfer them to your Android. You will need the following:
your iPhone and Android phone
your iPhone’s proprietary, non-standards-compliant USB cable
your Android’s standards-compliant USB cable
First, import your iPhone images and videos to your Windows PC. Follow these steps:
Connect your iPhone to your computer via the iPhone’s proprietary USB cable, preferably using a USB port at the back of your PC.
Open My Computer. Under the Portable Devices section, find your iPhone’s storage and right-click on its icon.
Click on Import Pictures and Videos from the menu that pops up. This will cause your PC to scan your iPhone for images and videos.
After scanning completes, click on Import to copy found images and videos to your PC. The default location for the copied files will be in a subfolder in your My Pictures folder.
At this point, you may now unplug the iPhone from your PC.
Next, copy the imported videos and images from your PC to your Android device. Here’s how to do it:
Connect your Android device to your PC via USB cable. Your Android’s storage should be automatically detected.
Open your Android device’s storage and navigate to the image folder. This is usually the DCIM folder. If you want, create a subfolder to hold the iPhone photos and videos that you will be copying in the next steps.
Open the My Pictures folder on your PC.
Copy the imported images and videos from your My Pictures subfolder to your Android’s images (sub)folder.
Transferring music from your iPhone to Android is a bit tricky, but not impossible. The method recommended in this section generally involves (1) syncing your iPhone music tracks with your iTunes Music Library on your desktop PC and (2) uploading the music files to your Google Music account. To accomplish this, you will need the Google Music Manager software.
There is another easy method that will let you quickly transfer your music from iPhone to PC and from PC to Android, but that method allows limited access to your music. However, in the method recommended in this section, once you upload your music tracks to Google Music, those tracks will be available to any device from where you can log into Google Music using the Play Music app (e.g., an Android device) or a supported Web browser.
First, you need to sync your iPhone music tracks to the Music Library on your PC’s iTunes. Also ensure that your purchased songs are downloaded from iCloud to your PC, as Google Music Manager only uploads songs that are saved on the PC. Here’s how to do this:
Run iTunes on your desktop. Login to your Apple account using your Apple ID.
Open the iTunes Music Library. Click on the Songs tab to see a list of the music tracks on your iPhone, including songs bought using the logged-in Apple ID.
Check whether the music tracks that you want to copy are stored on the PC. Tracks that have an iCloud logo with a downward arrow displayed beside the track title are tracks that have not yet been saved to the PC. To download the file to your PC, just click on the iCloud logo beside the track title. You can also download several tracks simultaneously by multi-selecting tracks, then right-clicking on a highlighted track title, and clicking Download from the popup menu.
If you don’t see your purchased music tracks on the Songs tab, try going to Preferences > Store, then enable “Show iTunes in the Cloud Purchases.”
Now, your music tracks are ready for upload to Google Music. Follow these steps:
Launch Google Music Manager on your computer and log-in with your Google account. Follow the setup instructions flashed on the screen.
Select Upload Songs to Google Play on the setup page. Select “iTunes” on the list. You can upload all the tracks in your iTunes library, selected music playlists, or podcasts to Google.
On the next screen, Google Music Manager will prompt you about whether you want all newly added songs to iTunes to be also automatically uploaded to your Google Play Music account.
Once you’ve specified all setup options, Google Music Manager will scan your iTunes Music Library and begin uploading your songs to Google.
Now that your songs are uploaded to Google, you can listen to your songs via the Play Music website on your supported Web browser or via the Play Music app on your Android device.
Moving your iPhone bookmarks to Android
Bookmarks help you find your way back to a particular location on the Web. In many cases, the bookmarks that you save actually indicate your favorite places on the Web; some Web browsers aptly call such a collection “Favorites.”
If you ever use your iPhone for Web browsing, you most likely will have bookmarked some sites or webpages. And, when you move to Android, you will want to bring those bookmarks with you.
Although Safari is the default Web browser on the iPhone, there are other compatible Web browsers not developed by Apple. So, the method for transferring bookmarks can vary according to the browser that you use on your iPhone. The method recommended in this section, though, applies only to the default browser on the iPhone — Safari, which most people likely use.
Broadly speaking, transferring your iPhone bookmarks to Android involves syncing your iPhone bookmarks to your iCloud account and merging the iCloud-stored bookmarks to Google Chrome or Firefox on your desktop PC. Thereafter, syncing to Android should be a breeze.
Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox installed on both computer and Android device
First, use iCloud to sync your Safari bookmarks to your computer, as follows:
On your iPhone, go to Settings > iCloud and set up or login with your iCloud account. Also enable Safari on this menu to sync Safari data to iCloud.
Launch iCloud Control Panel on your computer and log-in with your iCloud account.
Tick the checkbox for “Bookmarks.”
Click Options and select the browser that you want to merge the bookmarks to. Choose either “Firefox” or “Google Chrome.”
Click on Apply.
When asked, choose to merge your bookmarks. Select Merge to continue.
You will be asked to download the iCloud Bookmarks extension for Google Chrome and Firefox.
Click Download to download and install the extensions.
After the extension finishes installing in the last step above, the Safari bookmarks from your iPhone will be transferred to Google Chrome or Firefox on your computer. You can now sync your Google Chrome or Firefox bookmarks to your Android device. The next sections will show you how.
Transferring bookmarks to Google Chrome
If you chose Google Chrome as your browser, syncing your bookmarks to your Android device will be easy. Just login to your Google account in Google Chrome on your computer. Your browser data (including bookmarks) will then be synced to your Google account, making your data accessible to the Google Chrome app on your Android device. Make sure that you login using the same Google account in Chrome on your Android device.
Transferring bookmarks to Firefox
The Firefox browser on your computer has an option that allows you to sync your bookmarks to Firefox on your Android device. If you haven’t enabled this option yet, you can do so by following the steps below.
On your Windows computer, open the Firefox menu and select Set Up Sync.
Login to your Firefox account with your credentials to sync your browser data (including bookmarks) to the cloud. If you don’t have an account yet, create an account within the browser. Syncing your local browser data to the cloud will take a moment, so give it some time to complete the sync before moving on to the next step.
On your Android device, launch the Firefox app and open the settings page.
Select Sync and take note of the unique pairing codes generated by the app.
Go back to Firefox on your computer and open the Options menu.
Go to the Sync tab and click on Pair a Device.
Input the pairing codes generated by the Firefox app for Android.
Click Next to begin syncing browser data between your computer and Android.
Firefox on both your computer and Android device will now be paired. Browser data from your Firefox on your PC will now be synced to your Android device.
Migrating from the iPhone to Android doesn’t have to be very painful — but, the pain is definitely worth it. With our easy-to-follow guides, you should be able to easily transfer your most important data and files to your Android phone. This post in particular showed you easy methods to transfer your contacts, images, videos, calendar events, and bookmarks from iPhone to Android.
Have you made the big move already? How was it? Did you follow any of the methods described in this post? What methods did you use? Share your stories in the comments section below.
Today at an undisclosed area in Berlin, Germany, Mobile Nations’ personal Alex Dobie and Richard Devine bought to look a near-final dummy unit for Apple’s next iPhone (iPhone 5,1). Here’s their report:
While the unit we saw was non-functional, we can confirm numerous factors of the product’s design, in addition to how iOS 6 will look on Apple’s next flagship smartphone. Many of these are info we’ve previously reported from other sources, however today we can confirm them following hands-on time with the unit. The iPhone 5 is approximately as huge as the present day 4S, only taller, and sporting a widescreen display. There’s a smaller home button underneath, and the home screen now sports five rows of icons on account of the extra genuine estate. As iMore reported earlier, there’s a new, smaller Dock connector down below, in addition to a 3.
5mm headphone jack. The bottom face of the design is peppered with a huge speaker grille, along those other components. Around the back, there’s a brushed steel rear panel embellished with a shiny Apple logo. Essentially, it appears like every leak we’ve seen over the past several months. The pictures we’ve seen from factory leaks and other sources are an virtually definite match for the device we saw today. even though nothing with Apple is ever really final until it’s held up on stage, it does certainly look like we’re in for a widescreen iPhone with a new dock connector and a redesigned chassis in only a few weeks. As iMore first reported, we’re expecting a Sept. 12 announcement and a launch inside the first wave of countries by September 21, with the second wave to follow on or about October 5 . Image: GSM Israel News
Buying a new phone or tablet can also be exciting. Forking over yet another or so for a new dock sometimes isn’t. add-ons may be difficult to get preserve of, and almost never translate to a new device, even a product upgrade. The team at FUZ has a fantastic solution, though: Everdock, a dock that works with any mobile device. utilizing aircraft grade aluminum, FUZ has designed a dock that seems as great as it promises to work. the concept is simple, too: run the force cord under the device, and a holster holds the Micro USB or lightning connector in place.
The EverDock also sticks to the surface you put it on by means of “micro-suction”, so it’s going to literally go anywhere. For those with multiple devices, there is additionally the EverDock duo, which — you guessed it — houses two devices. By imparting your personal energy source, it won’t matter if you have an iPad and Nexus, a Kindle and an iPhone, or any other combination of devices; EverDock doesn’t discriminate. The team at FUZ is near their ,000 goal, with 28 days to go. With options from (single dock) to 9 ( six docks!), it’s hard not to back this campaign. The team can also be teasing stretch goals, so preserve an eye on the crusade for further news. Android Authority .
Today at an undisclosed location in Berlin, Germany, Mobile Nations’ personal Alex Dobie and Richard Devine got to see a near-final dummy unit for Apple’s next iPhone (iPhone 5,1). Here’s their report:
While the unit we saw was non-functional, we can confirm several aspects of the product’s design, as well as how iOS 6 will look on Apple’s subsequent flagship smartphone. many of these are details we’ve previously reported from other sources, on the other hand today we can confirm them following hands-on time with the unit. The iPhone 5 is about as wide as the present day 4S, only taller, and sporting a widescreen display. There’s a smaller home button underneath, and the Home screen now sports five rows of icons on account of the extra real estate. As iMore reported earlier, there’s a new, smaller Dock connector down below, besides a 3. 5mm headphone jack. The bottom face of the layout is peppered with a large speaker grille, alongside those other components. Around the back, there’s a brushed metal rear panel decorated with a shiny Apple logo. Essentially, it seems like every leak we’ve considered over the last several months. the photographs we’ve seen from factory leaks and other sources are an almost precise match for the device we saw today. whilst nothing with Apple is ever truly final until it’s held up on stage, it does indeed look like we’re in for a widescreen iPhone with a new dock connector and a redesigned chassis in only a few weeks. As iMore first reported, we’re looking forward to a Sept. 12 announcement and a launch in the first wave of countries by September 21, with the second wave to persist with on or about October 5 . Image: GSM Israel News
Oslo, Norway – Instead of setting up reminders to send birthday greetings to your dearest ones, you can now prepare the greetings whenever you have free time and deliver them with a delay, all in one simple step. It doesn’t matter if you are in an important meeting while something big is happening – SMSLater will send the prepared message at just the right time to prove you are actively thinking about the people you love. Such a simple tool can make a tremendous impact on your private and personal relationships and help you save a lot of time and energy.
Now completely redesigned and equipped with new features, SMSLater is available for download from the App Store in version 2.0.0. In addition to well-organized screen layout and top-of-the-class interactivity, the update also brings the possibility to send video and multimedia messages. Simplicity is still the main principle at the heart of this application, so finding your way around the interface will not be a problem even for new users. With all the great tools at your fingertips, it is now easier than ever to keep your life in order and make sure your messages always come through.
SMSLater app works on all devices with iOS 5.1 or later, but is optimized for best results on iPhone 5. While the application is free to download, there are a number of premium options that can be unlocked with in-app purchases. With a very competitive pricing model, you can send free email as well.
* iPhone and iPod touch
* Requires iOS 5.1 or later
* 5.4 MB
Pricing and Availability:
SMSLater 2.0.0 is available for free in the App Store under the Social Networking category. In-app purchases for extra options are a part of the App.
Hakan Kutluca founded SMSLater. Based in Norway, Hakan leads things. Hakan is an independent iOS developer working on building the best Apps that help people. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2014 Hakan Kutluca. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.