Apple launched their first Android app this week, Move to iOS, which is designed to help users easily switch from Android to iOS, although the app has had a fair few negative reviews on the Google Play store.
Now according to a recent report by Phandroid, the Move to iOS app is a re-branded version of an existing app which is available in the Google Play Store.
The Move to iOS app is apparently a version of an app called Copy My Data which was developed by Media Mushroom and has been available on Google Play for a while.
The guys from Phandroid have discovered that the apps produced by Media Mushroom, which are two similar data migration tools have the same code as the Move to iOS app from Apple.
It is not clear as yet on why Apple may have licensed and existing Android application to use as their first Android app rather than developing their own.
Source PhandroidFiled Under: Android News, Top News