Copy My Data
Copy My Data review
Copy My Data is an app for transferring data between mobile devices. It was developed by Media Mushroom and has more than 10 million downloads in Google Play with an average review rating of 4,3. The app is free to download, but there are advertisements inside. It is available on Android and iOS devices and allows both are transferring from Android to iOS and between the devices of the same platforms.
Design, Navigation, and Usability: One Way
The app is designed specifically to make the transfer process simple. It might seem a bit outdated visually, as there are grey backgrounds, and the interface is managing screen space weirdly, but the app does its job well. There are usually lots of empty spaces on the screen, but the navigation and usability are great, which is the most important part of this review. Navigation is extremely simple, as there is almost nowhere to navigate: the app is straight as an arrow. The usability is also perfect, as the app is extremely user friendly, unlike its analog Move to iOS.
Features: Transfer Things
The app has only one basic feature: transfer your data from one device to another. This includes transferring calendars, contacts, videos, and photos. The process is done through a Wi-Fi network, so you have to make sure the devices are connected to the same Wi-Fi. The app supports transferring files from iOS to Android and back, as well as transferring files between devices of the same operating system. It offers a convenient way to copy your data and is a great alternative of Move to iOS by Apple, which is not user friendly at all. The compatibility of Copy My Data is pretty good as it works properly on most devices.
Security: Not for Public Networks
The data is processed within the Wi-Fi network, so you should avoid copying in public access points. You can do it with your home Wi-Fi, but the safest choice would be to create a special local network for this procedure. This transfer method might not be so convenient, as you have to connect both devices to the same network, but it is definitely much safer than transferring the data online.