Move your stuff from iOS®.

With Android, you get the right help when you need it. Around the clock security and new privacy tools. And Google apps that work smarter together. It’s easy to move from iPhone® to Android 11 or earlier device. Ready, set, switch.

Moving to a new Android 12? Follow these simple step-by-step instructions instead.

  1. Step 1 Get Google One.

    Make sure you have the latest version of Google One on your iPhone, then sign in with your Google Account.

    If you don’t have a Google Account, you can create one after you download Google One.

    Get Google One for iOS
  2. Step 2 Back up your stuff.

    Back up your content in Google One. Tap “Set up data backup.” You can pick specific things to store, or do it all at once. Your choice.

    Learn more
  3. Step 3 Turn off iMessage®.

    Go to Settings and turn off iMessage on your iPhone. Also turn off FaceTime®. So you won’t miss any messages or calls once you’ve switched to Android.

    Learn more
  4. Step 4 Sign in on your new phone.

    Sign in on your Android device with the same Google Account you used during backup. And just like that, you’re in. Your data will automatically be available in your Google Contacts, Calendar and Photos apps.

Upgrading to a new Android?

Help Center will help you copy data from your previous Android device to your new one.

Say hello to Android.

Welcome to the world of Android. All your stuff is just where it should be: your calendar events, contacts, photos, and videos. And there’s a ton of new things to discover. With Android, get more out of every moment.

Help when you need it with Google Assistant.

Your Google Assistant helps you get more done. Control your phone, your favorite apps, and the web with your voice. So things are easier, wherever you are.

Digital Wellbeing tools to find your balance.

The tools you need to find balance with your phone. Turn on Wind Down to disconnect before bedtime or use app timers to set boundaries you can keep.

Features that make the world more accessible.

So more people can connect in new ways. From captioning almost anything on your phone to features that help you hear more clearly, Android is built for everyone.

A battery that works smarter and longer.

Adaptive Battery sends power to the apps and services you use most. Saving battery life, for when you really need it.