Things Android Users can Do but iPhone Can’t

by Hayate Abul Digital Marketing

The discussion between iPhone and Android fans over which is the better device is not going to end. Both ends have their valid points, concerning the security and the encryption of the iPhone users to custom and the Google Assistant skills in the Android. So most of them have valid points and reasonable arguments. There are several other features that Androids have an iPhone do not have yet, including setting the default apps as well as using a group of apps at a similar time to entirely replace the customize look of the phone. Here is the list of things that Android users can, but iPhone users can’t. Go through the blog to get the idea of it.

Android Users

Use Apss You Like Not what Google Wants

A capability to set the Gmail email app as a default on the iPhone is somewhat that iOS users asking Apple to insert the feature for years. Though Apple inserted the choice to remove their apps from the iOS, you still cannot situate the default app. For instance, Androids allow you to set Opera and Firefox as the default or set the Message app of Google as a messaging app of selection to take benefits of the RCS; Google’s currently introduced the chat feature that is similar to the Apple’s iMessage.

Android users have always set to the default apps from the start. It is not at all difficult to view which apps are not labelled as default and if you need to change the default app, then you can follow the provided steps:

  1. Launch the Settings app.
  2. Navigate to the Apps and notifications.
  3. Click on the Default apps option.

Google Assistant for Being Great

iPhone users have Siri, but Android offers the Google Assistant. Google Assistant voice is a much more reliable and elegant tool in comparison to Apple’s Siri for several reasons. Still, the essential thing is that it creates a great database of Google. It can get the ordinary request for names and businesses and performs the request mostly right than wrong. It also rejects the high-quality response moving from the Search, whereas Siri does not have access. It also strongly integrates with the other phone’s function to notify you at what time you are having your meeting or alert about the traffic which is on your way.

Users Can Use 2 Apps at Time Using Split Screen Mode

Although iPadOS 13 allows several apps at the same time, iOS 13 and iPhone do not. However, Android users have the feature to use split-screen apps from 2016 through the release of Android 7.0 Nougat. An ability to use two apps together is useful if you want to look for the contact numbers to share with the Facebook messenger or if you have to reference the details in the file when writing an email. It is surprising why Apple has not featured it on the iPhone. However, it has to do with the size of the window on the iPhone’s small screen in comparison to the iPad.

Customize the Screen the Way You Like

Apple’s access to the display is to locate the entire installed apps in the rigid grid across several pages. Mostly the Android devices have double-pronged access by giving the display and the app drawer. The screen does not carry the grid layout, which permits you to situate the apps wherever you like. Both of them allow you to make folders to add a group of apps.

Use Launchers to Customize the Phone Completely

Launchers are the essence of Android customization. Such apps allow you to entirely modify how you deal with a display, an app drawer, and app tabs on the device. Using the launcher on the Android device permits you to customize mostly each aspect of the device behaviour and looks, making the device more private. Launchers, including Microsoft’s Launcher, Nova Launcher, Action Launcher, or Apex Launcher, all have different roles and features on the Android device.

Tim Cross is from Ohio USA. Before he started writing blogs he went through various occupations such as teaching, programming and travelling. But his favorite job is writing blogs for antivirus technology for

source : Android Users

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