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

First Published May 4, 2020, 1:18 PM IST
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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.
 

iPhone users have Siri, but Android gives you Google Assistant
 

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 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.

 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.

 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.

 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.

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.

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.

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

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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