Five reasons to switch from iOS to Android:
While Google is still working on improving the app to make it easier to switch from Apple OS to Android, similar to the "Move to iOS" app, we give you five reasons why you should consider switching to Android, if already you didn't.
The first reason is related to the greater possibilities of customizing the device. Whether it's stock Android, One UI, OxygenOS, ColorOS, MIUI and so on, there is no doubt that Android offers tons of ways to customize the look of the home page, folders, icons, lock screen and much more. much else. All manufacturers, more or less, allow you to modify and tailor the smartphone interface in a very simple way, especially with the advent of Android 12.
2 - Better file management:
Android smartphones allow you to easily manage all the files that are on board using a file manager (often there is also one integrated and there is no need to go to the Google Play Store). You can connect external storage devices or cloud services in a simple and immediate way. IOS also offers an integrated app on iPhones, but it's definitely not the same thing, is it?
3 - Advanced multitasking:
Let's face it: iPhone doesn't offer true multitasking. The apps that are not in the foreground are "freezed" and it is not possible to download files in the background while you move on to do something else: just to give a small example, the download of Spotify songs (for later offline listening) is interrupted when switching to another app. On Android, on the other hand, it is possible to use multiple apps at the same time, using floating windows or dividing the display into several parts.
4 - Versatility of the photographic sector:
The cameras of Android smartphones are often more versatile than those of iPhones, including Pro mode and various other features available on some devices of the robot. Among the manufacturers, perhaps Samsung is the one that aims the most, and it is no coincidence that Galaxy devices often have the better of Apple products due to versatility (without discussing the quality of apple products): AR, Single shot , Director's view are just some of the modes made available, surrounded by a more performing zoom for flagships.
Here too there is little to say: charging of Apple smartphones is slower than most Android ones. Although Samsung is not aiming for record-breaking speeds, the Galaxy can be recharged even in an hour (the Galaxy S22 + only takes 20 minutes to reach 50% with a 4500 mAh battery). Other manufacturers do even better: just think of Realme GT Neo 3, which with the 150 W UltraDart Charge recharge goes from 0 to 50% in just 5 minutes, while ensuring an effective battery capacity of no less than 80% after 1600 cycles. full charging.
What about iPhones? Despite the progress made with the latest arrivals, it takes almost 2 hours to fully recharge an iPhone 13 and its battery of just over 3200 mAh.
These were some of the main reasons to consider moving from iOS to Android, but they're probably not the only ones. If you can think of others you can write them in the usual box below. In all of this we have kept the price out of the question, but it should still be emphasized that those who want Android can find a smartphone for any amount, from 100 to 1000 euros (and more).
Written by Matteo with love from Italy