iPhone users are envious about these 5 things available only on Android

First Published 4, May 2020, 1:18 PM

These is never-ending debate between Android and iOS owners regarding which platform is better. Here we list out 5 things your Android phone can do that will make iPhone users jealous.
 

<p>iPhone users have Siri, but Android gives you Google Assistant<br />
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iPhone users have Siri, but Android gives you Google Assistant
 

<p>&nbsp;Even though iPadOS 13 supports using multiple apps at the same time, iOS 13 and the iPhone do not. Android users, however, have had split-screen apps since 2016 with the release of Android 7.0 Nougat.</p>

 Even though iPadOS 13 supports using multiple apps at the same time, iOS 13 and the iPhone do not. Android users, however, have had split-screen apps since 2016 with the release of Android 7.0 Nougat.

<p>&nbsp;Apple's approach to the homescreen is to place all installed apps in a rigid grid across multiple pages. Most Android devices take a two-pronged approach by giving you a homescreen and an app drawer.</p>

 Apple's approach to the homescreen is to place all installed apps in a rigid grid across multiple pages. Most Android devices take a two-pronged approach by giving you a homescreen and an app drawer.

<p>The time to find and customise a launcher takes a lot of work, there's another way to make your Android phone constantly feel fresh, and it's yet another thing your iPhone friends can't do.</p>

The time to find and customise a launcher takes a lot of work, there's another way to make your Android phone constantly feel fresh, and it's yet another thing your iPhone friends can't do.

<p>Android gained a systemwide picture-in-picture mode for more than just video apps with the release of Android Oreo in 2017.</p>

Android gained a systemwide picture-in-picture mode for more than just video apps with the release of Android Oreo in 2017.

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