If you are still looking for an app that can help you to transfer your data from your Android device to iOS device, or vice-versa, we have a good recommendation for you. This new software has multiple functions and is helpful for iOS users or Android users. Besides this, AnyTrans is a free tool, and it’s working like an Android Manager that will help you to move your content and don’t waste time.
AnyTrans software is an Android Manager available for both Windows and MacOS. With this tool, you have multiple functions for your device. You can transfer the WhatsApp messages from one device to another (Android to iOS, or iOS to Android), you can back up all of your data, you can transfer files straight to your phone, and many more.
Also, with AnyTrans, you can clone all the files and settings from one Android device in a few seconds. Besides this, the software has an inbuilt media downloader which helps you to download files from YouTube, Facebook, or other video streaming websites even offline.
However, we have tested the app, and we can tell you that the software is perfect for file transfers. So using AnyTrans, you won’t need to transfer your files to the computer and from the computer to your device. The transfer is done directly between devices, and the speed depends on your data. The most needed feature is the files transfer from WhatsApp from iOS or Android devices.
Besides this, don’t forget that you have the Media Downloader tool added with which you can download from YouTube, Facebook, Vimeo, and many more media streaming sites. The formats in which the instrument is making the download are MP3 and MP4.
Finally, AnyTrans is a free tool, but if you want the paid version, it will cost you $39.99 for a license that will last you a lifetime. Moreover, the software offers a Family license with five accounts for $59.99 and Business users with a starting price from $99.99 until $599.99. The software is safe to use because Norton Antivirus scans it and your data is protected.
Benjamin Diaz started working for Debate Report in 2017. Ben grew up in a small town in northern Ontario. He studied chemistry in college, graduated, and married his wife a year later. Benhas been a proud Torontonian for the past 10 years. He covers politics and the economy. Previously he wrote for CTV News and the Huffington Post Canada.