The debate between Android and iPhone fans over which platform is better is one that will never seem to end.
But today we're going to highlight some of Android strengths that the iPhone just doesn't have yet.
For the iPad OS lets you use multiple apps at the same time.
iOS 13 with iPhone does not.
Android users, however, have had this ability since 2016.
And it's super helpful when you want to multitask.
iPhone users of course have Siri, the Android gives you google assistant.
Google's useful assistance is a much more sophisticated tool.
Built off Google's vast store of data.
The assistant returns high quality responses, drawing from Google search, the source that Siri doesn't have.
You can also customize your homescreen just how you like it.
Most Android devices have a homescreen and an app for an Android homescreen.
You can place the apps anywhere you'd like.
Well Apple's approaches a bit more rigid.
Another unique feature of Android or launchers, launcher is that you completely change how you interact with the homescreen after all an icon on your phone.
You can find plenty of launchers that will add all kinds of features and twist to your phone so you can tweak your setup all you want.
Here's another thing your iPhone friends can't do.
Google's Wallpapers app.
The Wallpapers app can refresh the wallpaper on your home screen and lock screen daily, without you having to do a thing.
And you can choose from several categories of wallpaper styles, including landscapes, textures, and art.
Google's picture in picture mode is a cool feature that iPhone doesn't have yet.
For example, so you want to watch a YouTube video and then leave the app or browse Reddit.
YouTube will keep playing in the corner of your screen.
For more useful tips on Android phones, visit us at CNET.
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