Alongside the launch of Lollipop, Google updated the official Android website with a guide for users switching from iOS to Android. Apple wrote a similar guide on how users can switch from Android to iOS during the debut of iOS 8, so it's only fair that Google is making a transition guide after introducing the latest version of Android.
The guide features four categories that let users make the transition with a minimal amount of fuss. Included are instructions on how to transfer images and videos from an iPhone or an iPad to Google+, syncing contacts from iCloud over to Gmail, moving content from iTunes to Google Play Music, and setting up e-mail accounts. And lest you forget, Google is here to remind you that you should turn off iMessage before moving to Android.
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