Share iPhone Contacts with Google via iTunes:

NOTE: Using iTunes on a computer connected to the Internet, you can sync your iPhone contacts with your Google account, and then sync the account data, including contacts, with the Android phone.

  1. Connect the iPhone to your computer via USB
  2. Launch iTunes on the computer
  3. Go to “Info” and enable “Sync Contacts With
  4. Select “Google Contacts” from the drop-down menu
  5. Sign in with your Google account or click “Configure
  6. Select an existing account and click “Apply” to start the sync
  7. After the sync is complete, switch to the Verykool device and, if necessary, sign in with the same Google account used in iTunes
  8. Allow the account to sync contacts with the device

Share iPhone Contacts from an iCloud Backup:

NOTE: In case your iPhone contacts have already been backed up on your iCloud account, you can access it on a computer connected to the Internet and export the contacts in a vCard file for Android use.

  1. Launch the Internet browser on the computer
  2. Visit https://www.icloud.com/
  3. Log in with your iCloud account
  4. Access “Contacts
  5. Select the contact you want to share
  6. Click “Settings” > “Export vCard
  7. After the vCard has been downloaded:
    • Open the Internet browser on the PC and import the vCard to “Google Contacts”, or:
    • Connect the Android phone to your PC via USB and transfer the vCard to the phone storage. Then, use “Contacts” to import the vCard to your phonebook

Using “My Contacts Backup”:

NOTE: Although the two methods above require a computer connected to the Internet, alternatively you can share your iPhone contacts using third party apps. My Contacts Backup is an iOS app that can back up and share iPhone contacts via email.

  1. Go to the App Store and install “My Contacts Backup” on the iPhone
  2. Launch the app and tap “Backup” to create a vCard of your iPhone contacts
  3. After the vCard is done, tap “Email
  4. Compose an email and ensure the vCard is attached
  5. Send it to your own email address
  6. Switch to the Android phone, open the email and download the vCard
  7. Use “Contacts” to import the vCard to your phonebook

Via “Send Anywhere”:

NOTE: Another third party app you can use is Send Anywhere, available on Android and iOS. The app uses a peer-2-peer connection to share contacts and other file types without requiring a PC connection.

  1. Visit the App Store and install “Send Anywhere” on the iPhone
  2. Go to the Play Store and install the same app on the Android device
  3. Launch the app on both smartphones
  4. On the iPhone, tap “Send” > “Contacts
  5. Select the desired transfer method on one of the devices and follow the on-screen prompts to complete the process



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