Over the years, the switch between platforms was a long, complicated process that we tried to avoid. Now these days are behind us thanks to the cloud and other major migration tools.
Of course, one of the most popular transitions from an iPhone goes to Android. We've already revealed how to transfer your music and contacts, so it's time to deal with another important part of your digital transition: Transfer or sync your calendar from iPhone to Android.
The easiest method: use Google Calendar on both iPhone and Android 
Do you want to import calendar entries manually? Continue, but it is unnecessary work. You can take care of everything with the cloud, and it's actually very easy to transfer contacts and meetings from any iPhone to your Google calendars. Take a look:
- On your iPhone, go to Settings .
- Select Passwords and Accounts .
- Choose Gmail if there is another choose Add account to add your Google Account.
- Make sure Calendar This will automatically sync all your calendars. Clear!
Shortcut: Settings> Passwords and Accounts> Gmail
Exporting the calendar from iCloud to Google Calendar
Many iPhone owners store calendar entries in Apple's iCloud instead of locally on the device. To get this information to a Google calendar, you need to manually export the information and upload it to Google Calendar. We break down the process into simple steps to follow:
Go to your iPhone's menu Settings and select Passwords and Accounts.
- Open and log in to Google Calendar in your browser.
- In the left pane of the Google Calendar interface, click the three-point icon next to Add Calendar .
- Select Import .
- Click Select file from your computer ] and locate the previously downloaded ICS file. If you have more than one destination calendar, select the appropriate calendar from the drop-down menu.
- Click the Import button to upload the file. When you're done, you should be able to see the imported entries in the Google Calendar web interface. The new entries are also synchronized with your Android device.
This method is an easy way to transfer your iCloud Calendar data to your Google Account. However, it is a one-way business. It does not sync your iPhone and Android calendars, which means if you add or delete entries in your iCloud calendar, the change will not be reflected in Google Calendar unless you re-export the export import.
Third Party Applications
There are plenty of apps out there that promise to transfer your contacts across platforms, and they probably do, but we happen to be a fan of one in particular. Let's check it out.
The second method works perfectly if you plan to completely abandon the world of iPhone and get into Android. However, if you intend to use both iPhone and Android, you have better ability to synchronize calendars between your two phones.
Thankfully, there is SmoothSync for the Cloud Calendar app by Marten Gajda. It lets you set up an iPhone-to-Android connection for instant calendar synchronization from iPhone to Android – but not vice versa. There is no need to export, download files, upload or import via web-based interfaces. Adjust the app, configure it and it's good to go.
You can download the app from the Google Play Store for $ 2.86, which, in my opinion, is a reasonable price for smooth and seamless synchronization of your iPhone calendar to your Android device.
To use the app, first configure your iCloud account on your iPhone and let it back up the calendar to the cloud.
Then SmoothSync runs on your Android device and log in to your iCloud account in the app.
Then select which iCloud calendars to sync with your Android device. When the connection is active and properly set, and as long as iCloud remains active on your iPhone, any changes you make to your iPhone calendar will automatically be reflected in your Android device.
We live in a fast-paced world where switching to something new can be daunting because of all the hassles and learning curves it can mean that today we show that You process is no longer so complicated. In fact, many of us would argue that replacement has become a fairly simple process.
No excuses, guys. Want to jump into the amazing world of Android? Just do it! It takes just a few minutes to get your calendar on the shiny Android device that you have been eyeing.