Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Wondershare Mobile Trans- Phone transferring program

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.


Buying a new phone is always so much fun BUT when it comes to transferring everything it can be a pain. From my experience the cell phone store can transfer contacts but that’s about it. I was asked by Wondershare to try out their phone transfer program. It came at a perfect time, as we needed a new phone and had to transfer everything.




The phone that we needed to transfer from was a Galaxy S4 and to another Galaxy S4 due to the old one not working correctly. All I had to do was plug in both phones, accept the connection and hit transfer. It was so easy. Only took a few minutes and it was done.

Everything was transferred even call logs, text messages, etc. The only thing we had to do was re-arrange the apps. That’s really not a big deal especially when it saves time from going into the marketplace and re-downloading them all.


This program is for just about any phone and can transfer to almost every phone. If you have an iPhone and want to transfer to an Android you can do all the contacts, messages, photos, videos and audio. You can’t transfer apps or call logs. The reason it can’t do apps is because iOS is different from marketplace.

The cost of Mobile Trans is not bad at all, $39.95 and as far as I have seen and used, there is no limit to how many times you can transfer.


Backing up your phone is so important. Something goes wrong and you can easily fix it. With Mobile Trans you can back up your iPhone, Android to your computer. Another great feature is that you can transfer songs and playlists that you stored on iTunes directly to Android and other supported devices.
I really do think most people should get this program especially if you have a smartphone (like most of us do).


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2 comments:

  1. I was not aware of them. I will keep them in mind next time I get a new phone.

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