iOS 14 vs Android 11 quick comparison – The battle of the BETAS!

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In this video we take a look at some of the recently added features on iOS 14 and see how they compare to Android 11! Both of these operating systems are still in Beta but it gives us an idea of whats to come!

Everything You Need Is By Your Side by Vlad Gluschenko

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  1. I still don't understand why Apple gave us picture in picture but no split screen 😣. They always just sprinkle new stuff on in low dosages. Was really looking forward to that. Also, that app drawer just leaves me sometimes not knowing where my apps are because they're catagorized so weird. Android app drawer is just better for me.

  2. In terms of food, iOS is pretty much the food that's seasoned for everyone's taste whereas android is the food that you yourself have to season to your liking. In iOS there are things you won't like about it with minimal options to change it whereas with android, your limit is pretty much your imagination. So, if you don't know how to season a food, then it'd be best to choose the one that is already pre-seasoned where as if you know what you want and how to get the taste, then I say go for it.

    iOS is built to be user friendly for everyone whereas android is built to be user friendly for you.

  3. 1) Completely disagree with the statement that App Library makes it easier to access apps, mainly because you have to learn in which category iOS determines your app to be located and you have to swipe all the way to the right before you even get to the library.

    2) You can resize the PIP on Android. You only need to drag the upper left corner of your PIP window and slide it to increase the size and it will stay that size. While I can appreciate the ability to slide the PIP out of the way on iOS, doesn't that defeat the whole purpose of PIP?

  4. Dude, on Android u can categorize apps urself by making different app folders and name the folders. That way u know exactly what apps u put where and in which folders.

  5. I would have never categorised chrome as a utility 😕! Cus apple just loves to do shit for us. Won't be surprised if I saw the music app in health category. If they wanted to copy andriod, atleast give us the option to arrange the library as we see fit

  6. Apple App Library is copied from Xiaomi's Poco Devices. You can check out poco f1 or poco x2's homescreen. Waaay better than apple and traditional android app drawer.

  7. You’re definitely right about the App Library in iOS. Apple definitely could have made accessing the App Library a lot easier, say by just swiping up from either the lower right corner of the screen or from the middle of the screen. And PIP is definitely better on iOS than Android.
    Quick side note: when in PIP mode on iOS, when you have the video off to the side of the screen and you want to bring it back out, you don’t have to tap several times on the little arrow (I can see you struggled a little bit). You can put your finger on the arrow and just drag the video out. It’s a lot easier than tapping on the arrow. Good video though👍🏼🙂