Motorola showcases its Migrate app on video, encourages you to ditch your old iPhone or Android phone

Motorola showcases its Migrate app on video, encourages you to ditch your old iPhone or Android phone
Having two brand new smartphones on the market - the second generation Moto X and Moto G - Motorola thought it would be a good idea to release a video that explains how its Migrate app works. 

In case you didn’t know, the Motorola Migrate application is available since last year (when the original Moto X was launched), and is designed to help you easily transfer contacts and data from an old handset to a new and shiny Motorola smartphone.

The video - embedded below - features the new Moto X, and showcases the fact that you can quickly move to a new Motorola handset from an older Android phone, or iPhone (in the latter case, you can transfer your contacts and calendar events via iCloud). The Migrate app even lets you import data from feature phones, assuming that these have Bluetooth. However, the app doesn't seem to work with Windows Phone handsets. 

Motorola Migrate is available as a free download, and you can get it at the Google Play source link below.



source: Google Play

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11 Comments

1. deepblack

Posts: 50; Member since: Oct 09, 2013

without external sd and right to write on sd card, no thanks

2. Mxyzptlk unregistered

If it the smallest storage space was 32gb it'd be feasible.

3. greenelektron

Posts: 537; Member since: Sep 10, 2014

will wait for moto nexus 6

10. Scott93274

Posts: 6031; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

I could say the same about the iPhone 6 base models. What's your point? Motorola has 32 GB options for people out there. Stop complaining about something that isn't an issue. Nag, nag, nag... that's all you do.

9. spin9

Posts: 310; Member since: May 31, 2014

Still, cool feature

4. bradley8795

Posts: 64; Member since: Nov 19, 2013

Please join us in the future. We have everything stored in the cloud. And since it is an Android device your information is secure. Nobody has any need or reason to have any more than 32gb of internal storage. Pictures on Google+, videos on youtube or Google+, documents and other files in Google Drive. Music in Google Play Music. Can someone please explain to me why you would EVER need more than 32gb of storage? And please don't tell me because you are in some far off 3rd world country that does not have good enough coverage to be able to keep you stuff in the cloud.

5. greenelektron

Posts: 537; Member since: Sep 10, 2014

I have n5 32gb. I still have 18gB of free space despite of all movies and songs i have there. *win*

6. Scott93274

Posts: 6031; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

4K video recording. music collection to listen to while camping... There are reasons, Not that I need it. But it gives people something to complain about when they run out of all other things to nitpick about.

7. RaKithAPeiRiZ

Posts: 1488; Member since: Dec 29, 2011

i do a lot of outdoor stuff and want to carry my pirated video/movie collection around , 64gb would have been nice

8. YourNickname

Posts: 127; Member since: Aug 14, 2014

1)Youtube degrades video quality. 2)Google drive is only as fast as your mbps up & down. I dont want to wait or buffer. Internal is instantaneous 3)im not paying 5,10,20$ a month for space i can have locally for a one time $50. 4)Most people, 95% do not have unlimited lte data. 5) cant play games on google drive 6) i dont want my sextapes out 7)i like to fap to the idea thay my phone has beast specs like 64gb+128gb specs Youre not in the future. Youre in the present, delusionally thinking you're in the future.

11. g2a5b0e unregistered

Close your eyes for a few seconds & pretend that your views & opinions don't apply to everyone else. Open your eyes. Welcome to your imagination.

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