Since Samsung released the Samsung Galaxy S3 with number of great specs and features, lots of iPhone users are switching to the Samsung Galaxy S3 but one problem they’re facing is that they want a easy way to transfer their data from the iPhone to the Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung’s developer Media Mushroom has release an Android app named Easy Phone Sync that helps you to get rid of this problem.
This app aims to make the switching between iPhone and the Galaxy S3 easy. The app is currently available for just UK users that includes two different parts, first of all, you’ll have to download and install the Easy Phone Sync Android app that will handle the phone-side work and on the other hand the second part is a PC and Mac app that will take the care of your valuable date on your Computer running Windows or Mac operating system.
Easy Phone Sync is a pretty easy way to acquire the data from your iPhone and iPad to your newly purchased Samsung Galaxy device, it will transfer the contacts, messages, photos videos, music, podcasts and playlists, you’ll need to make use of the iTunes, first make the device backup of your iOS device with iTunes on your computer on your computer, and then use both apps to transfer it to Samsung smartphone.
This app will lets you to easily transfer a selection of data across to the Galaxy device. Yes, the app is completely free, might be in near future, Apple will also release a Easy Phone Sync-like app for the iOS devices but the Samsung will not go unnoticed, you can download the app Mac and PC software to transfer the data from here and download the Android app from the below link:
Easy Phone Sync [Google Play Download Link]
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