Looking for a reliable and efficient tool to transfer photos from Android to iPhone? Below are reasons why Dr.Fone is the best tool for the job including photo transfer from Android to Android and iPhone/Android to desktop.
Admittedly, there is some swag in walking around with a device branded the ¼ chewed apple. A swag that has been reinforced by iPhone users walking with an air of superiority over people using the ‘others.’ So, does iPhone beat all Android phones in the market? That sounds like a good headline on an article for another day. However, if you have already bought into this iPhone supremacy idea and were a long time Android user. Some of the earliest questions you will be pondering with include how to transfer photos from Android to iPhone? Below are the reasons why Dr.Fone app should top your list of options.
How to Transfer Photos from Android to iPhone
So let us explore the best options at hand if you are just a few days or weeks old into your new iOS lifestyle; coming from Android. Naturally, you will want to make the shift to your new flashy iPhone will all your memories (in photos, videos, memes, and GIFs) from your old Android. So what’s the best way to go at it?
1. Google Photos aka Google Drive
You have to hand it out to cloud storage, it is accessible via any device. That is as long as you have an internet connection. As it works out, each time you take a photo on an Android device, the Google Photos app backs it up to the cloud (Google Drive). You can later access these photos from any device (or any platform) as long as you have an internet connection.
All you need to do is head on to photos.google.com, and get all photos and videos that were successfully backed up to the cloud. Take note, photos you took and were not backed up will remain locally on your Android device. Until you get an internet connection and the backup process takes place successfully.
Therein lies a big problem. What if backing up tens or even hundreds of MBs in photos is not an option for you. That could be due to a myriad of reasons including poor internet connection, or expensive internet connection. Actually, a lot of people don’t use the backup feature on Google Photos app simply because they are on a metered connection. To avoid maxing up their mobile data plan, they hardly use the feature.
2. Dr.Fone – Phone Transfer – the ultimate native transfer solution
Undoubtedly, cloud storage has its strong points, but it is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Not forgetting there is always that risk of a hacker or state-sponsored espionage to infiltrate your cloud-stored files. That has led to security-conscious users avoiding keeping their important files on other people’s computers and servers. That is essentially the definition of cloud storage.
If you are such a person, or you simply cloud storage is not an option due to a slow or expensively metered internet connection. Then you will be much better off with this app, Dr.Fone – Phone Transfer. Below are the reasons why this app is your one-stop-shop when it comes to matters files transfers between devices and platforms:
Seamless transfer photos from Android to iPhone
Transfer Photos from Android to iPhone
Dr.Fone – Phone Transfer is your one-stop-shop for all your files transfer from one device to another on so many fronts.
For one, when it comes to security. The app enables files transfer natively, using either cable or wireless technology between the two devices. At no point do files leave your device, get on the internet, and stored on someone’s servers; which comes with varying degrees of risk for being hacked.
You will need to download and install the Dr.Fone – Phone Transfer application on your computer. Here is the download link for both Windows and macOS computer users.
Now connect both your old Android phone and the new iPhone to the same computer via a USB cable. Make sure both phones are recognized by the Dr.Fone app. Failure to be recognized by the app may stem from the USB cables connecting either phone to the computer being faulty or not connected properly. Check to ensure that this is not the case.
As you can see from the screenshot above, the Dr.Fone app gives you the option of transfer photos from Android to iPhone, but also other types of files. Including but not limited to contacts, blacklisted contacts, text messages, call logs, reminders, calendar events, bookmarks, voicemails, ringtones, voice notes, music, videos, and documents among others.
All you need is click on the checkbox for the files you would like transferred and voila; a 100% files transfer. You will not encounter cases where some files failed to transfer, as with the case with other apps promising file transfer from Android to iPhone. With Dr.Fone, the transfer is 100% as long as you selected the option for transferring those types of files.
Transfer Data to New Phone
This app comes highly recommended not just when doing transfers from Android to iPhone, but also the reverse, switching from iPhone to Android. You can imagine with iCloud and Google Drive not being able to exchange information it can be a headache to move contacts from iPhone to Android.
Dr.Fone proves useful not only when you are looking to transfer data to new phone, but also to recover lost data. That is in those instances you accidentally delete a file on your phone. It can also be used to wirelessly transfer data from your phone to the computer if the two devices are both on the same wireless network. You can also use it to perform backup and restore data between your computer and phone. Though don’t take our word for it, download it now at the above-mentioned link to give it a try.