Transfer Google or Android Contacts to iPhone Wirelessly or Without iTunes

Managing contacts in Android is easy and one of the simplest way to import and export contact with Google account. But if you are switching from Android to iPhone then first and most important job is to move all your Android or Google contacts to your new iOS device. You can do this easily with the helps of iTunes Desktop application, but this process will take some time and little bit lengthy process. But now you can do this easily without using your desktop or iTunes, in simple words we can say that you can transfer you contacts to your iOS device wirelessly. In iOS 7, Apple added the new Google Contacts sync feature. It works like a charm and one os the easiest way to sync your Google contacts to your new device.

All you have to make some changes on your iPhone or iPad settings and enter your Google account details. Once it was done, you can easily sync all you Android contacts to your new device. So, Let’s take a look how this features work on the iOS devices.

Transfer Google or Android Contacts to iPhone

Move Android Contacts to iPhone

First go to Android “Settings” page and click the accounts option. Select your Gmail account from Google Accounts setting page. Make sure that you’ve enabled ‘Sync Contacts’ option. And Press ‘Sync now’ button to sync all your contacts with Google account.

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Now all your android contacts are saved on your Google accounts, it’s time to sync them all on your new iOS device. Open Settings on your iPhone or iPad, Tap Mail, Contacts, Calendars
Tap Add Account. Select Gmail.

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Now enter your Gmail account credentials on the next screen. Now Tap the Next button and on next screen make Sure that the Contacts option is Enabled.

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That’s it! Now you’re done. Open the Contacts App to find all your Google Contacts.
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