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How to Transfer Calendar between iPhone and Android

-- Thursday, November 27, 2014
Google and Apple both had  big release recently, many smartphone users are switching side from one to another. Transfer data between Android and iPhone sure became a topic that people care about. For most of us, copy calendar is on the top of the to-do list. Business appointments, meetings, anniversaries, spouse' birthday, you name it. We can easily miss all all these important events without the reminder on our old device. In this post, let's see how to switch calendar between iPhone and Android.

Because of its easy-to-use and highly efficient features, we always recommend Phone Transfer for users that are new at switching any data from iPhone to Android or vice versa.

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Switch Calendar between iPhone and Android

Step 1 Install Phone Transfer
Install the program is a simple matter of click the icon above to download first, and launch it. As you can see in the following screenshot, the interface is pretty simple, allowing you to quickly get your job done.

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Step 2 Connect Both Devices to Computer
Plug in the USB cables of both phones. If you want to change the source phone as destination, click "Flip" button. Below that button, you will see a checkbox for "Calendar". Make sure you check it, and move on.

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Note: Empty all the data in your destination phone if you like by clicking “Clear data before copy”.

Step 3 Start Copying Data between Two Devices
Click "Start Copy" and your calendar will be transferred to the other phone.

Copy calendar from iPhone to Android

In case you ask, of course you can transfer calendar between Android phones as well. For more awesome one-click phone managing tool, check out our website or leave us message below. Now download our free version and have a try!

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Ivy Bruce

Ivy Bruce is the Founder and Editorial Director at Recovery-Android Studio. You can also find her on Google+ and Twitter.