How to Transfer Apps from Android to iPhone X/XS (Max)/XR with Great Ease

When you buy a new iPhone, you may have trouble transferring your Android data to it. Especially, it’s apps transferring. Now keep reading this post and you’re going to know how to transfer apps from Android to iPhone X/XS (Max)/XR with great ease.

By Christian Chus | Posted on: Sep. 07, 2018, Last Updated: Sep. 17, 2018
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Want to transfer Apps from Android to your new iPhone? This article is intended to show you a powerful tool to transfer Apps from Android to iPhone X/XS (Max)/XR. Keep reading on this post to learn more details.

You may be concerned about data transferring if you switch from an Android user to an iPhone one. Indeed, it’s not very complicated to transfer many files from Android to iPhone like contacts, photos, videos, etc. But it’s a different story when it comes to apps. As we know, iOS and Android belong to two totally different systems, for which app developers have to make the app documents of diverse formats. In addition, Apple attaches great importance to the privacy of users which makes it more difficult to transfer apps from Android to iPhone X/XS (Max)/XR. So what can you do if it’s quite necessary? In fact, there is certainly a tool you can try. That’s AnyTrans for iOS.

The Tool You Can Transfer Apps from Android to iPhone X/XS (Max)/XR

AnyTrans for iOS is a sophisticated and easy-to-operate tool that you can transfer apps from Android to iPhone X/XS (Max)/XR. The following lists its features:

  1. You can transfer apps with almost all types of Android phones and iDevices running Android 4.0 and later or iOS 5 and later;
  2. No limitation. It helps you transfer apps from Android to iPhone smoothly and directly. Besides, it allows you to freely select and transfer apps you want;
  3. More than apps, it also helps you transfer music, movies, ringtones, contacts, messages, call logs and other files from Android to iPhone directly;
  4. Besides iOS devices, it also supports some kinds of files transferred from Android to iTunes or even iCloud.

So download it and follow the tutorial below to transfer apps from Android to iPhone X/XS (Max)/XR with AnyTrans for iOS.

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How to Transfer Apps from Android to iPhone X/XS (Max)/XR with AnyTrans for iOS

Step 1Launch AnyTrans for iOS > Connect your Android phone and iPhone to the computer > Choose Central Console at the top > Choose iOS Mover.

How to Transfer Apps from Android to iPhone X/XS (Max)/XR – Step 1

How to Transfer Apps from Android to iPhone X/XS (Max)/XR – Step 1

Step 2Choose Category button > Choose Zipped Files on the category management page as the screenshots show.

How to Transfer Apps from Android to iPhone X/XS (Max)/XR – Step 2

How to Transfer Apps from Android to iPhone X/XS (Max)/XR – Step 2

Your apps are included in the Zipped Files.

Step 3Choose the apps you want to transfer and then click To Device button at the top right corner. Waiting for a while, you can check on your iPhone.

How to Transfer Apps from Android to iPhone X/XS (Max)/XR - Step 3

How to Transfer Apps from Android to iPhone X/XS (Max)/XR – Step 3

The Bottom Line

As you can see, app transferring is not an easy stuff. But using AnyTrans for iOS, you can transfer apps from Android to iPhone X/XS (Max)/XR with great ease. Besides, it supports many other data transferring, such as messages, music, and videos. Moreover, you can transfer some types of files to iTunes and iCloud as you like. So why not download it and have a try.

Christian Chus

Member of iMobie team. A typical Gemini. Addicted to Apple and music stuff. Always like solving issues related to iOS & Android.

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