5 amazing iPhone features that are not on Android

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Android smartphones are better in some aspects, while iPhones are better in others. iPhone and Android both offer a lot of great features and they may seem basically the same. However, a closer look reveals some key differences. Thus, in today’s article, we’ll be sharing with you guys 5 amazing iPhone features that are not on Android. So let’s get started.

iPhone features that are not on Android:

Let’s talk about the 5 iPhone features that are not on Android. Also, if you want to read Android features that iPhone doesn’t have then click here.

1. Offload Apps:

It’s almost 2022 guys and I guess it’s not even surprising that you have around 100 apps on your phone. But obviously, you don’t use all of them every day. So on iOS, there’s a feature called Offload Apps and what it does is automatically remove the app that you haven’t used in a while. This can help you get more free space to install more apps or maybe click more photos or videos. However, all the app data is still there on your mobile.

So for example, when you want to use the app the next time, all you need to do is to tap on the app’s icon on the Home screen. And then the app automatically installs itself and because of the fact that all the data is already there, you can start from the same point where you left off. To do so go to Settings-> iTunes & App Stores-> Offload unused apps.

2. Live Listen:

The next iPhone feature is Live listening. This can be very useful when you want to listen to other people’s conversations without being in the room yourself. All you need to do is to turn on the feature on your iPhone and make sure that your AirPods are connected. Then place your phone in the room where you want to hear the conversation. Now you can listen to all the conversations on your AirPods wirelessly. With this feature, you’ll get to know who your real friends are.

3. Tap to scroll up:

So all of us are internet addicts and sometimes you’re scrolling through some feed. Now you’re scrolling and scrolling and you reach a point from where there’s no coming back. I know that it’s too difficult to reach the top. But on iPhone and iOS what you can do is you can simply tap on the notifications bar and boom you’re at the top, just like that!

4. Tap to Undo/ Redo:

This is another very small but useful feature that you won’t find on Android. So when you’re typing something on your phone, you can simply shake the device to delete the typos. What happens is when you shake your phone you get an undo option and certainly guys it’s somewhat easier than using the back button to delete the text. But still, it looks like a fancy gimmick until you realize that you can also redo by shaking and you can bring back the text.

5. Collect Multiple Apps:

A great way to organize your home screen on your phone is by making folders. And on iPhone, there is an amazing way to do that. You can hold an app with one finger and then you can collect other apps and put all of those apps in a folder all at once. But if you want to do the same thing on Android then it might be a lot more difficult. You might not use this feature every day but it comes in handy on those rare occasions.


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