Android phones can do these things iPhone owners can only dream of.


From custom app icons to better multitasking, Android phones can do a lot that iPhones just can’t.

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The debate between Android and iOS fans over which platform is better is one I never see coming to an end. Both sides of the argument have their share of talking points, ranging from security and encryption for iPhone users to customization and Google Assistant prowess on the Android side. And they’re almost always valid arguments.

Right now, I want to highlight some of Android’s strengths that iOS just doesn’t have yet, from your being able to set default apps and use more than one app at a time to being able to completely customize the look of your phone.

Here are my favorite things Android users can do that people with iPhones can only dream of.

Use the apps you want, not the apps Google wants you to use

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Finding the setting for default apps can take a little digging, but at least it’s there.

Android, on the other hand, lets you set Firefox or Opera as your default browser instead of Google Chrome, or set Google’s Messages app as your text messaging app of choice to take advantage of RCS, Google’s recently released chat feature that acts a lot like Apple’s iMessage.

It isn’t hard to see which apps have been labeled as default on your Android device: Open the Settings app and go to Apps & notifications > Default apps. To change the defaults, select the app category, such as Phone app or Browser app, and choose from the options.

Google Assistant is always ready for you.

Google Assistant for the win

iPhone users have Siri, but Android gives you Google Assistant. Google Assistant is a much more sophisticated tool than Apple’s Siri for a slew of reasons, but the most important one is that it makes use of Google’s impressive database.

Google Assistant can understand common requests for businesses and names, and it gets requests right more often than wrong. It also returns high-quality responses, drawing from Google Search, a tool that Siri doesn’t have access to.

Google Assistant also tightly integrates with the phone’s other functions, to tell you when it’s time to leave for your next meeting and warn you that traffic will be heavy on the way home. If you have any Google Home or Nest Home smart speakers or other compatible devices, you can also use Assistant on your phone to control smart devices around your house like lights, outlets or your thermostat — even from afar.

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