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Apple’s new ‘Move to iOS’ app is now available on Android and a lot of fans of Google’s mobile platform have already posted hate-spewing reviews on the Play Store. The app lets people switch over from Android to iOS by wirelessly migrating their data, settings and personal information to an iPhone.

The vast majority of reviews have nothing to do with the app itself and instead criticize Apple’s closed ecosystem and walled garden approach.

In venting their frustration at Apple, angered Android fans are taking advantage of Play Store reviews to ridicule Apple, call its fans ‘iSheep’, criticize the iPhone’s battery life and diss the Apple Watch as an overpriced luxury device in an apparent absence of any real arguments.

“Everything about iOS is designed to be easy. That includes switching to it,” reads the app’s description in the Play Store.

“With just a few steps, you can migrate your content automatically and securely from your Android device with the Move to iOS app. No need to save your stuff elsewhere before switching from Android.”

“Do not install unless you want a lobotomy,” one user wrote.

“Seriously? You think people to move to a restricted ecosystem that won’t even allow you to try apps before you buy?? Google why did you allow them to put this app here? Oh that’s right you promote innovation and don’t charge for it or place restrictions on it. Actually, I am surprised Apple isn’t charging $20 for the app.”

Another comment reads:

Apple’s first Android app? What a bloody disgrace! I call on my fellow Android comrades to ensure this app gets drowned into oblivion with a 1 star rating never to be seen again on our cherished platform.

I’ve given it one star only because they won’t allow a similar app on the App-Store, to move to Android (or any other platform for that matter). The idea is OK, but the opposite cannot be done, and that’s not a fair competition and not thinking about the customers’ right to choose their own device.

And Mr. Complete Sarcasm wrote:

I downloaded this application with hopes of switching over to iOS from Android. I’ve burned all my pencils since the only worthy writing tool is the holy Apple Pencil.

I’ve decided to sell one of my kidneys, because I need that gold Apple Watch. And now I gotta have the iPhone 6s, because 3d Touch just sounds like an intimate way to get to know my phone. Hope to throw my money at you soon!

“Dear Apple, the reason I went from iOS to Android is because Google put all their apps on iOS to use,” another one wrote.

“I became so invested in their ecosystem at that point that it just worked better to have an Android phone. Do the same thing (make the default apps for Android with an Apple ID login) and people might move back,” he continued.

“I get that this is an Android to iPhone app, but you could have at least used a Material Design theme,” reads yet another comment.

Another user jokingly remarked that his “micro USB would not fit,” although the app was designed for wireless data transfer.

In addition to being blasted in comments, Move to iOS at the time of this writing garnered a 1.9-star rating based on more than 3,500 reviews.

My colleague Jeff has put together a nice step-by-step tutorial on migrating your data and settings to an iPhone with Move to iOS.

  • iBanks

    So one of two things to take away here. Either all of them users own an apple product to post the review OR they all went through the process of setting up an Apple ID just to post an review. Either way, Apple still wins because it shows an increase in Apple ID activations, though without credit cards attached…… Yet!

    • kraigeriginal

      No… the Move to iOS app is in the (Google) Play Store, downloadable on Android devices.

  • Logan

    I have an iPad. I’m looking to get a new phone soon (I have an HTC One M8), I probably won’t switch to iPhone, but at this point I’m unsure. My phone currently has crappy battery life as of late and it lags in system performance occasionally.

    • sNick

      You got the same setting as my brother. iPad and Samsung Galaxy S3.
      Now I got him to switch completely to Apple with the iPhone 6s. 🙂

      • Logan

        Android is much more customizable an open though, hence, why I still use it.

      • Bruce

        Android ­> Stock iOS
        Jailbroken iOS > Android

      • Logan

        I’ve kind of thought about it like that, but Android also has custom kernels, and ROMs as well which are not possible on iPhone, I just don’t want to buy an iPhone and be disappointed. Well, actually I think Sprint has 1 week return policy. If I get one, I might wait for a jailbreak to be released. Actually just updated my iPad to iOS 9.

      • A custom rom is basically just a theme, someone elses set up. Its pretty easy to customize a jailbroken iPhone compared to customizing a rooted or non rooted android device. Restoring is a lot easier too. Finding roms and recoveries is a bit much.

      • Kree Terry

        A ROM can be much more than just a theme. They can modify the whole OS, take a look at MIUI for instance. Yes it looks different but it also behaves much differently than AOSP. Paranoid android is another example that still looks similar to AOSP but adds many features that really change the experience.

      • Which is why I said basically. Most ROM’s are a theme plus teaks and apps pre-installed.

      • Logan

        True

      • haridsv

        You don’t get it. A custom ROM can essentially be a full build from Android source with changes to various parts of the code, including kernel. In fact Amazon’s FireOS falls into this extreme category. This is something that is unimaginable in iOS world.

      • Because its unneeded in the IOS world. iOS doesn’t need to pretend its not iOS. I know what a Custom rom is. I call it basically a theme because not all but most changes are visual but it does have added apps and options that aren’t normally available. Tweaks make this possible on the iDevices meaning we don’t need an entire rom to achieve a look or task/function.

      • haridsv

        You still don’t get it, I guess your imagination is quite the limiting factor here on what one could achieve with so much flexibility, so I will stop now.

      • You should, because you don’t see that a rom is just an over glorified theme. As stated earlier I do know what a custom android rom is capable of. It’s nothing more then a new look and added options, settings or whatever you wanna call them. You need to look at the broader scope and realize that fact.

      • Ethan Monteon

        With that logic i suppose you can call Jailbreaking a theme since it modifies the kernel in some way and the File System. And if iOS didn’t need to pretend its not iOS it wouldn’t need the theme (Jailbreaking) because that’s technically someone eases design. “…not all but most changes are visual but it does have added apps and options that aren’t normally available.”

      • Ethan Monteon

        A Custom Rom is its own Jailbreak.

      • No Jailbraking is equivalent to rooting. What I mean by pretending I was specifically referring to Amazons Fire OS’s which is Andriod with a different look and feel. I wouldn’t call Jailbreaking wouldn’t be a theme but its much easier to theme a jailbroken phone. You don’t need to jailbreak to theme an iPhone

      • Ethan Monteon

        You would call a Custom ROM a theme simply because it has modifications to the system no? I’d say Jailbreaking as in the process not the term would be the same. Your changing something. Masking it from its original design. Its a theme.

      • That would be incorrect because jail breaking gives you the access to make the changes. It unlocks the possibilities but does not do everything for you. Most Roms have different themes included with there added features.

      • Ethan Monteon

        Does it really even matter? All OSs have themes implemented into its software. You can just change it. Err.. well atleast you can on Android.

      • Ethan Monteon

        System wide theming is what I am referring to, not the basic theming on iOS.

      • Yes.

      • Kree Terry

        Different strokes for different folks I guess. It wasn’t too bad in my opinion but i much prefer jailbreaking where you can pick and choose individual things. Which is why I think so many people flocked to Xposed when it was released.

      • Logan

        I don’t find any of that stuff difficult, really. I mostly just stick with CyanonMod when running ROMs, which aren’t a theme, it’s the stock open source Android OS with added functionality.

      • It gets difficult when you don’t have a flagship or popular Android device. Never versions are release and its tough to keep up with that. Custom ROM’s come in handy, I know this because I also do that kind of thing but Jailbreaking and installing tweaks is a much easier task when the OS is supported. Thats all I’m saying.

      • Caden Farley

        Android > Stock iOS
        Jailbroken iOS > Android
        Rooted + Unlocked bootloader Android > Jailbroken iOS

      • Abhinav Chaudhary

        I loved my rooted unlocked Xperia until someone mugged me, then i got an iPhone and jailbreak tweaks make iPhone much more customizable, you can make your iPhone truly yours using tweaks such as Activator, not really possible on android.

      • mickey

        If you’re talking about capability that isn’t true at all. A rooted android device can do more than a jail broken iOS device any day. You just haven’t dived deep enough. Capability however does not mean superior or “better”. There’s more to each system than what it simply can or cannot do. Fanboys from both sides fail to understand that. Use what you enjoy and prefer. No one outside the interwebs gives a damn about it.

      • Abhinav Chaudhary

        I am not talking about capability, i know rooted android devices are far more capable than iOS with apps like wifikill (which i had so much fun with in college). I am not taking any side here and yeah both systems have their own advantages and disadvantages. I’ve an iPhone and now i am planing to buy Xperia Z5 to enjoy both operating systems.

      • hachem

        haha Actually there is an app with the same function , it called NetKillUiBeta , i use it pretty much all the time

      • Caden Farley

        I have a jail broken iPhone and a rooted + unlocked tablet, I like how you can load custom ROMs to android

      • Johnson Noel

        Love activator man. Wonder if iOS getting jailbreak soon.

      • Logan

        Tasker can automate things on Android, and can in fact do more than Activator.

      • Abhinav Chaudhary

        True that, with jailbreak you can do things not possible on android.

      • Ethan Monteon

        That is a FAT LIE>

      • dudeimmexican

        Pretty much nailed it

      • Kree Terry

        This so much. itching so bad to get some jailbreak on my 6+, mostly just want swipeselect and PIP. But will of course install a bunch more tweaks lol.

      • Johnson Noel

        What do those tweaks do?

      • Kree Terry

        Swipeselect is similar to the trackpad implementation for ios 9 on the ipad, and PIP (picture in picture) is something a tweak called videopane did that lets you seperate a video from an app so you can run it where you are.

      • Subhan

        100% true 😉

      • Joey

        Sorry bruh, but Stock iOS still > Android ­

      • In all honesty besides the intense customisation available by jailbreaking an iOS device I no longer feel the need to do so. I’ve been a part of the iOS 9 beta since its inception and Apple have added so many new features I could live with a non-jailbroken device (and have been doing so – and continue to do so).

        I remember a previous Apple that limited the amount of apps allowed in a folder, did not allow the changing of wallpapers, ringtones or music to be set as alarms. Who’d have thought that Apple would ever add the facilities for an ad-blocker backed right in to Safari?

        Jailbreaking is fun and I’ll probably do so when an iOS 9 jailbreak is released but I no longer consider it essential.

      • theemptyhead

        My jailbroken ipad can’t do half as much as my note 3.

      • Cesar D

        That just doesn’t make sense

        If you summarize it, it would be:
        Stock iOS = Jailbroken iOS

        N = A
        X = N

        So basically N=A=X

      • Cameron

        Stock iOS > Android
        Jailbroken iOS > Android

      • Chindavon

        Customizable and open=Fragmentation.

      • Logan

        You have a point, but as long as you don’t get a random device, Android has pretty decent update support, but it takes a few months to get updates unless you are running a custom ROM. I do like instant updates on iOS though.

      • igorsky

        You should download Android Defender Platinum. It’s the perfect example of Android’s “customizeable” and “open” mantra. Enjoy!

      • smtp25

        Often hear that, I then ask what they customize, often they don’t. You can also jail break and customize, so,kind of defeats that argument. and yes you can survive between releases by not upgrading until job is released. Not like most android phones get updates anyway.

        FWIW I have a work supplied galaxy s4, it sucks.

    • Joey

      Nothing strange there. Android phones are the true wallhuggers. Most Android phones I see have a powerbank plugged in all the time, if not plugged in to a power outlet.

      Meanwhile, my iPhone 4 still gives me a full day of battery life without requiring a charge.

      • Logan

        Interesting, I usually hear the opposite about iPhones lol.

      • Joey

        The usual suspects are games, streaming and heavy camera use.

      • Abhinav Chaudhary

        Lol, to be honest iPhone’s battery sucks. I can’t even get my iPhone 6 running all day unless i keep it quietly in my pocket.

      • credulousgeek

        Keep your battery hungry apps closed.

      • Update to iOS 9 and use the “Low Power Mode”.

      • 5723alex .

        I get my iPhone 6 running for full 2 days without a problem.

      • smtp25

        To be honest my galaxy s4 battery sucks just as much

      • dudeimmexican

        You must not use your phone frequently if you can get a full day.

      • Joey

        I don’t. Just for important stuff and ipod on the commute. It’s a 16GB!

      • theemptyhead

        I used to charge my jailbroken iphone 4s with power bank most of the time when i was outside. After i bought note 3 my power bank became useless. I kept carrying it on my backpack but never used it. Nowadays my powerbank is inside a drawer.
        Your iphone 4 last all day…lol…. who are you kidding?

    • theemptyhead

      If the android phone starts to lag after heavy use for more than a year it’s better to Factory restore and it will work as smooth as it was before.

      • Logan

        It was a factory restored like a month ago.

  • nearly as bad as the Android users commenting on Apple only posts … nearly …

  • craig

    Those who want to change from anfroid to ios surely wont go off the reviews of ‘dedicated’ android users, so all the hate reviews on the app about the company are irrelevant. its crazy how people act over something like an app!

    • pdrake007

      Exactly! If you have got to the point where you are downloading that app I don’t think the reviews are going to make you return the iPhone!

  • Tim Liu

    Haters gonna hate :/

  • diggitydang

    Hahaha… Android is all about choice, but sounds like they are verbally abusing anyone who wants to CHOOSE Apple… It’s the exact opposite of what their platform (and apparently them) stands for.

    Oh, and LOL at “I call on my fellow Android comrades…” – WTF!?!

    • Chindavon

      Spot on. “choice.”… lol what a bunch of clowns.

    • theemptyhead

      LOL .. that part was funny. But still it is kinda sad to see someone giving up their freedom and surrender himself to tim cook. It’s like migrating from america to north korea.

      • diggitydang

        I see the analogy more like a society with laws and rules (iOS) vs what it would be like without any laws or rules (Android)… The latter might be fun/good at first, because you can do whatever you want, but eventually, there will be chaos (viruses, app crashes and inconsistencies – at least that has been my experience with Android). I recognize advantages and disadvantages in each platfo though but I always laugh at people who try and tell others what’s good for them instead of just telling them the features of each and letting them decide for themselves.

      • theemptyhead

        One should be educated enough to know how to make the best use of the freedom. Don’t try to abuse it.

        Install only the trusted app. Apps that have nice reviews, apps that are suggested by trusted blogs etc. Then i don’t see how one can get virus. My almost 2 year use of note3 (my first android device after 4 years of jailbroken iphones) and still not a single problem about such viruses. Rather i’m enjoying s-pen, screen mirroring to my lg smart tv on the fly, transfer my dslr camera’s pic directly to my phone using usb otg, transferring files to and from my wife’note3 using wifi direct(which can transfer large file in an instant), download any large files from the internet, access the filesystem just like pc, 2 months ago i updated 32gb of micro sd to 64 gb. I can easily get 128 gb micro sd to upgrade storage according to my need, i don’t have ro rely on pc, don’t have to rely on any software like itunes, drag and drop any files to and from pc without software like itune, split screen and do a real time multitasking, download large files from the internet on the background and keep on using other apps wighout a lag because its 3gb RAM can handle it very well, (however when i download 4/5 large files from torrent on the background and keep using other apps then it starts to lag, as i know the limit of the phone now, i download 2/3 large files from torrent at a time and can still use my phone without lag) etc etc….customization is another story to begin with…..i can’t even think of letting all this go for an iphone which can’t do half of what i’ve been doing for 2 years.

        So, it’s really sad for me to see people migrating from america to north korea.

      • diggitydang

        I hear you, and sounds like Android suits you well… but personally, any of those things you just mentioned, I would hardly find myself doing and doesn’t make me want to switch camps. What I use my phone for is email, surfing web, YouTube, maps, music, checklists, reminders, taking pics/videos, buying stuff online (Amazon, EBay), using my Mac to text message seamlessly… although I know Android does those things too, the UI simplicity of Apple, and having apps that all follow the same general design, appeals much more to me. iOS just suits ME really well.

        That said, two platforms for two different types of users. Anyway, nice to have a respectful conversation with an Android user that didn’t just tell me where to shove my iPhone… hahaha… have a good one.

  • Ray Pereyra

    This shows how insecure the Fandroids are lol… Sad

  • Chindavon

    Desperate times..

    • Ángel Javier Esquivel

      U Mad m8? hahaha

      • Chindavon

        More like U Confused M8E

      • Ángel Javier Esquivel

        Oh shit, m8!

  • Newgunnerr

    i dont care what android fags have to say about apples app on their store. They are just mad.

    • jaws

      Clearly you do care…

  • Newgunnerr

    I don’t see how this is news.

    • Shinonuke

      I am sorry

  • George

    Thx for letting me know, I contributed a one star now 🙂

    • Anonymous

      Hey George i see you comment alot here on idb. And you usually dont have much positive to say about apple or its eco system. So im curious, why do you visit the site? Im not telling you not to come, nor do i mean any ill well. Im simply curious as to what idb has to offer you. You seem to be a fan of android and not much of a fan of iso or mac os.

      • Shinonuke

        Similar to MrElectrifier or whatever his nick is, they are here for a good read or two.

      • George

        Because sometimes I agree with apple and most of the time I don’t.

      • Anonymous

        Fair enough. =]

  • Nathan

    Android plebeians. So poor.

    • Cristian B

      People like this is why I’ve lost hope for the human race a long time ago.

  • Anonymous

    I think its funny and sad how “isheep” are always said to be backing apple basily, but this just goes to show android fans are no different. Its sad that a sofware plateform divides people much like country borders do. I love Apple and am heavily invested into the plateform. But i also love google for the fact that competition drives innovation on both platforms and is good for both iOS and android users alike.

    • Joey

      Android sheep talking open-source and all. How many of these people are actually developers?

      • Anonymous

        I’m sorry but i dont understand your response.

      • Alberto Espinal

        None, they think because they can root and put custom roms they are engineers or developers, there’s no arguing with them

  • InfinitePlusOne

    Bitter.

  • Abhinav Chaudhary

    We (Humans) are turning into slaves of super companies.

  • Hilarious reading, just goes to prove most Android kids don’t and will never appreciate anything that has class.

  • dudeimmexican

    Oh no, it’s the end of the world!
    NERD FIGHT (insert Mortal Kombat theme song)

    • Shinonuke

      A nerdy comment (insert _____ song)

  • kurt

    This is the world we live in, where people fight over which phone is better. It’s pretty sad when you think about it. I have seen people argue for hours over which operating system is better… Don’t people have better things to do with their time?

  • kickinghorse99

    The opposite would be the same if this happen to apple fans. So you cant blame them 😉

    • Juraj

      Nope. Google has already apps on the App Store. And see the comments.

      • kickinghorse99

        I dont see a single app that move everything over to android.

      • Juraj

        There isn’t. There are other apps from Google.

  • Dante Arellano

    He said: Android is much more customizable an open though, hence, why I still use it. = i dont have $1000 dollars for a new iphone 6s plus but i can still saying that iphone is shitte’

  • Dante Arellano

    People really likes their androide they should stay there with their 100 dollars phone very customizable ah ah ah poor people

    • George

      Yeah you’re so rich, is that why you have thousands of dollars on your credit card full of apple purchases?

      • Dante Arellano

        I pay in cash dog ain’t own shitte to nobody pal

    • Cristian B

      You’re the reason people hate Apple users

      • Dante Arellano

        People”can by shitte stick with their androide plastic or metal shitte no one needs them stay there where no one can seen them

  • (JailbreakQA) King Shoot

    It just shows how pathetic some
    people are. All operating systems and
    phones have their ups and downs. If you cannot accept that, you are ignorant.

  • Kroffy

    The real question is : will comments of this post be as dumb as play store ones ?

    • Disqus

      From what I see, yes. They are just as dumb. People are idiots.

  • credulousgeek

    HAHAHA Dear jealous Androiders #burnbabyburn

  • Bugs Bunnay

    R U MAD

  • Vic O

    The last time I checked, no one is being forced to buy an iPhone.
    If you are “rich and sheepish” enough to buy an iPhone: Good for you.
    If you are “price conscious and geeky” enough for an Android. Wonderful.
    Why do people have to be so mad and bitter ALL the time???? I’m looking at you, Droids…

    • Ángel Javier Esquivel

      Good question…

    • George

      Because most isheep have this idea that people that don’t buy iPhones are poor. It has been said on this podcast aswell, people don’t choose Android because they can’t afford it they choose it because it’s far superior and ios wouldn’t be what it has become today without taking features from Android.

    • Benedict

      These are exceptions. The reality is that most people who purchase an iphone use it to demonstrate their (faked) wealth. There are people which have an iPhone but can’t afford a data plan to use it! They just need it to show off.
      Second reason for an iPhone purchase is that they are unaware of tech stuff or just too lazy to inform themselves. The best solution for those people is to imitate others, listen to marketing or moreover follow a trend. In this case – Apple. By doing so, they believe they can’t do anything wrong and choose the best – because “hey, everybody does.”
      The least reason for someone to buy an iphone is that he is confident about the device and the software and likes to use it.

      • Vic O

        Wow. It’s so much clearer now.

      • Alberto Espinal

        You are the example of this port, because you can root and put custom roms that makes you smarters than apple users? Hahaha wao! That make you a developer or an engineer? Dude anyone can do that and if you can do it anyone can, listen to me you ain’t no engineer, anyone can YouTube how to do that and thats it, so tell me that makes you Fandroids any smater, LOL!

      • Benedict

        I do not root my phones because I’m confident that an OS has to have useful and profession features out of the box for me to use it. That’s not the users task to provide that. That’s why iOS failed the topic from the beginning.

  • I think you meant “immature”.

  • techfreak23

    Google should start curating those reviews to see if they actually have anything to do with the app itself. Ridiculous that so many Android users actually took time out of their day to write a useless review because they thought they were being funny. You don’t see iPhone users leaving bad reviews on the App Store on Google’s apps. You’re probably going to start seeing them now though…

    As far as that comment about using Material Design in the app, Google doesn’t conform to the overall look on iOS by using Material Design, but you don’t see the “iSheep” posting negative reviews… Grow up people!

    • Benedict

      But you noticed that Apple didn’t release e.g. Safari for Android but “Move to iOS” for their first app on Play Store did you?

      • Chris

        That’s a big difference though, Safari is designed for the Apple ecosystem, it’s why they discontinued it on Windows.

      • Benedict

        ..like Chrome is designed for the google “ecosystem”, but it runs everywhere. This was only an example. They could have ported passbook, facetime or whatever..

      • techfreak23

        Yes, I did notice that. The second app they will release is Apple Music. We may start to see some of Apple’s services migrate over to Android in the coming years, but there’s not really a huge reason for them to do so. Not many people who are using Android are using any of Apple’s services other than maybe iTunes, but there are lots of iOS users that are using multiple Google services such as gmail, YouTube, Photos, Maps, etc.

  • brian.

    I knew this was going to happen.

    There are immature parties in both camps, yes, but it’s just silly to think that people should be able to rate the app because they have this bias for what they own.

    What really stinks is a person who is legitimately trying to switch to iOS and isn’t technically savvy. They might think that the app is just junk because people give their opinions rather than rate the app on what it actually does.

    Also, it’s Apple’s first attempt to do something like this. Other manufacturers have done it before going from iOS to Android. It’s not really something new. Some people just need to get over it.

  • Arya Kalashi

    I went from iPhone 6+ to Galaxy Note Edge, do I regret it? Yep, my samsung is laggy as shit, although the “edge” is pretty cool and useful sometimes, stil wasn’t worth it..next phone? iPhone.

  • DopamineAddicted

    Haters!!! lol

  • Stephen Hucks

    I hate this android vs Apple shit! Android user hate on apple bc android phones are pieces of shit! The android watch looks like something you’d get out of a bubble-gum machine and Samsung copied the iPhone 6 with their s6, couldn’t even come up an original name! Get off Apples banwagon!

  • Chris

    It’s pretty childish when you think about it, they say that customers should have their own choice, yet they complain because Apple have given a simple solution to an otherwise poor experience when switching between Android and iOS.

    What gives them or anyone from the iOS side the right to sabotage an app just because it helps someone else?

    Grow up and learn to have some self respect, if you’re not going to use the app, don’t bother bitching about it.

  • The Google Play Store app review section probably isn’t the best place to rant, people downloading the app with the genuine intention of using it have probably already made up their minds and purchased an Apple device anyway.

  • Johnson Noel

    I have oneplus one. First time I truly enjoyed Android. But I’ve been missing iOS. Mostly the app selection on iOS is better hands down. Google play seems lacking.

  • Mark Tesch

    So, no Apple user is ever going to see the comments made on the Play Store unless they actually own an Android device as well. All the bitching has been thrown right back into their own backyard. Well played, Apple.

  • regkilla

    So many angry Fandroids.

  • Cameron

    Angry fandroids, the sad fact is many Android users have switched and are in the process of switching even without the use of this app.

  • vivalaivsca

    Haters!…… this app is for those who want to use it. Reviews don’t matter. You only use the app once and then you can throw that Apple clone in the trash.. I mean recycle it through Apple. The only valid point these android super fans made is that Apple should create an app for those who want to switch back to Android. But I think the only reason Apple can’t do that is because not every app on the App Store is on the Play Store.

  • Gulam

    They can’t do anything apart from that, poor Android Fanboy’s.
    I see lot of idiot’s just commented at play store even without using the app.

  • Dante Arellano

    Some times the ANDROIDE shitte shows up here saying’ i have iphone but i moved to androide cus it has widges and i can chance the color of my apps just for that androide is super cool” wtf wtf

  • apple users probably only have one pedal in their car