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Download size1 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- data services
- web browser component
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (1)
English (United States)
Have you made the switch from Android to Windows Phone? Congratulations! Now let the Switch to Windows Phone app help you match your Android apps with their Windows Phone counterparts. If you already ran the Switch to Windows Phone app on your Android phone and saved your match results, you can now install this app on your Windows Phone. Review the results, and then install the apps you want on your new phone. Just log in to the app with the Microsoft account you used in the Android version. Then tap the apps you want, and Switch to Windows Phone takes you straight to the apps’ install pages. (If you didn’t run Switch to Windows Phone on your Android, it’s not too late. Download and run the app on your Android and make sure to save your list.) Features: • Get the personalized app match results you generated when you ran this app on your Android • Each app icon in the list is a deep link to the app in the Windows Phone Store for easy download
7/19/2014Worked on my android, but same result as others on here. Can't sign in on my Lumia 635.
7/13/2014As with others, after submitting MS account credentials the screen goes white and it hangs.
7/8/2014It doesn't work. Signs in and the screen goes black. I waited for 3 hours. Still blank. I should've stayed with android.
5/30/2014It won't move beyond the first step... It's min-boggling how a giant software company with decades of experience can get the transition from a competitor so wrong. Get your stuff together, y'all...
5/19/2014Works on android but when I sign in on windows phone it doesn't allow me to get pass the log in screen.
5/1/2014Vraiment la ***** écran bloqué sur lumia 820
4/23/2014After a month in which it was reported, the app still does not work. Like others, after signing in, the app goes blank. Uninstalling and reinstalling the app doesn't help. Come on, Microsoft. For those switching from Android, this doesn't add confidence to the Windows Phone platform.