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Welcome Home to Android


Transfer music, playlists, photos, contacts, calendars, notes, videos, tasks and bookmarks to your new Android phone in minutes. Welcome Home is the fastest, one-time setup app laser focused on getting your new Android phone setup with all your important information.

Customers new to Android, transitioning from BlackBerry or iPhone, now have a fast, easy, complete way to load up a brand new Android phone. The Welcome Home mobile app is part of the Welcome Home desktop application (sold separately) that includes How-To videos to makes the transition simple.


The Welcome Home desktop app (sold separately) gathers your media and personal information from your old phone and from your computer, and moves it to your new phone. The Welcome Home mobile app then puts all your data in the right applications and folders on your new Android phone.

Welcome Home transfers:

Personal Information
- Contacts and email addresses
- Meetings and events
- Task lists
- Notes and memos

Media and More
- Photos and photo albums
- Music and iTunes playlists
- Videos (MP4, Mov, AVI)
- Bookmarks


REQUIREMENTS
- Your old BlackBerry or iOS device and USB cable
- Your new Android phone running Android version 2.1 or higher
- A Mac or Windows PC running the Welcome Home desktop application (sold separately)


Sign up for the Mark/Space Newsletter at announce.markspace.com to get monthly updates from the Sync Experts at Mark/Space. .

The Missing Sync for Android
After you're all set up in your new Android phone, get The Missing Sync for Android, www.markspace.com to keep all your important information in sync between your phone and computer.

Recent changes:
Now supports most manufacturer's Android phones running Android version 3.0 or higher
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Free
84
4.2
User ratings
55
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
2
File size
637 kb
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About Welcome Home to Android
Transfer music, playlists, photos, contacts, calendars, notes, videos, tasks and bookmarks to your new Android phone in minutes. Welcome Home is the fastest, one-time setup app laser focused on getting your new Android phone setup with all your important information.

Customers new to Android, transitioning from BlackBerry or iPhone, now have a fast, easy, complete way to load up a brand new Android phone. The Welcome Home mobile app is part of the Welcome Home desktop application (sold separately) that includes How-To videos to makes the transition simple.


The Welcome Home desktop app (sold separately) gathers your media and personal information from your old phone and from your computer, and moves it to your new phone. The Welcome Home mobile app then puts all your data in the right applications and folders on your new Android phone.

Welcome Home transfers:

Personal Information
- Contacts and email addresses
- Meetings and events
- Task lists
- Notes and memos

Media and More
- Photos and photo albums
- Music and iTunes playlists
- Videos (MP4, Mov, AVI)
- Bookmarks


REQUIREMENTS
- Your old BlackBerry or iOS device and USB cable
- Your new Android phone running Android version 2.1 or higher
- A Mac or Windows PC running the Welcome Home desktop application (sold separately)


Sign up for the Mark/Space Newsletter at announce.markspace.com to get monthly updates from the Sync Experts at Mark/Space. .

The Missing Sync for Android
After you're all set up in your new Android phone, get The Missing Sync for Android, www.markspace.com to keep all your important information in sync between your phone and computer.

Recent changes:
Now supports most manufacturer's Android phones running Android version 3.0 or higher

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A Google User
Jan 31, 2014
NICE
A Google User
Dec 25, 2013
4
A Google User
Dec 11, 2013
a google user This app does not work.
A Google User
Aug 25, 2012
Waste of time Wouldn't recognize my android device despite multiple attempts and the long waits while it supposedly pulls your info from iTunes.
A Google User
Aug 25, 2012
Waste of time Wouldn't recognize my android device despite multiple attempts and the long waits while it supposedly pulls your info from iTunes.