Google has discreetly released its much-anticipated 'Switch to Android' app on the App Store in a few countries, including the United States.
The program, according to TechCrunch, promises to make switching between mobile platforms easier by allowing users to migrate their contacts, calendar, images, and videos to their new Android phone.
The app also shows users how to disable Apple's iMessage so they can receive text messages on their new smartphone, as well as how to connect with iCloud to move their photo and video libraries to Android.
According to the report, Google's Switch to Android website has not yet been changed to reflect the new app's availability, and the firm has not yet formally announced its introduction.
Currently, the Switch to Android website walks customers through the typical Android migration procedure, which includes backing up contacts, calendars, photos, and videos using the Google Drive iOS app before switching devices.
The app is also missing from Google's App Store developer profile and App Store search results. It can only be found by hitting the exact link, according to the company.