Turn-off-iMessage

Much like Apple recently published a guide for switching from an Android to iPhone, Google now has an official webpage for switchers detailing steps users can take to migrate content and data from an iPhone or iPad to an Android device. It actually published the guide over a week ago, but no one noticed until earlier today when Google execs, including Matias Duarte, shared a link to the new webpage.

Much like Apple’s guide, Google offers instructions for transferring photos, music, & contacts, and setting up services like email and messaging. That includes things like backing up photos to Google+ and turning off iMessage.

More over on 9to5Google.com.

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