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Switching from iOS to Android – What They Don't Tell You!

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If you’ve been considering switching from an iPhone to an Android device there are a couple of things you should know before doing so. I’m constantly jumping between the two and these are the things that I have learned along the way to help make the transition smoother and the pro/cons of making the switching from iPhone to Android

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  1. i wish that i've started using Android since 2012, it's so stupid of me for taking to long to get an android phone (2015) i really don't like anything about Apple products anymore.

  2. I do want to know how you can transfer your music in your Apple music over to Android especially if you bought like some music on a iPod or something

  3. So emojis, facetime and a bunch of other nonsense. As an American this is so sad to see how shallow people can be over a damn phone. Not to mention all the fools who think the apple gives clout.

  4. But androids to have air drop though. Like its called android beam so you turn it on and the other person turns it on and then you put the back of your phones together and it sends it to the other phone

  5. I certainly do not get the messaging app thing. I don't use any third party messaging or socialization apps; I text, call or email and that works just fine for me.

  6. I like how streamlined iPhone is with FaceTime and Siri, everything is plug in play but that also means you can't customize your phone to your liking. I feel with android you can experiment and be creative with your phone so I appreciate the individuality of the android system over iPhone not to mention how durable androids/samsungs are over iPhone.

  7. I don't understand why iMessage is such a big deal in the US. I love iPhone, been using iPhones for years and I'm not planning to switch. But enough with the iMessage. Waving from the Philippines 🙂

  8. Love samsung. I made The switch from Iphone to Android 4 years ago… never looked back and will not go back to Iphone. Android are mutch better for me personnaly

  9. 2 things.
    1st Custom notification and ringtones (phones always on vibrate lmao.)
    2nd I haven't had a iPhone since iPhone 4. so its been awhile.
    Thinking about getting the note 20 ultra. Currently running the note9.

  10. I already have free texting so even if I were to fly to another state I can still use my texting app for free don't matter if the airline offers free or not it's dependent on my carrier and plan.

  11. The crazy thing is: outside of the US, barely anyone uses iMessage. WhatsApp is king in the rest of the world. Besides the phone app, I can't personally think of one example where the IOS native app is better than a third-party app available on both IOS and Android. If you start migrating your apps to third-party ones before the switch, it makes the switch a WHOLE lot less traumatic.

  12. I just use Messenger as my primary message app as it’s free, and most people has Facebook. I live in Northern Europe Scandinavia. I’m on iOS, but Apple sucks at auto correct, and in general the keyboard is wack compared to Android phones, especially Google.

  13. Nearby share, the airdrop equivalent for android, works really well with a Chromebook. Again since Chromebooks are cloud based, there's no need to transfer stuff with cables or wirelessly because photos and videos backup to Google photos which you can access on your pc

    In short, to switch you need to buy everything Google except the phone maybe

  14. I've used ios and now android and imessage is something I've never missed… I've never used it, here in Europe we mainly use whatsapp as the main messaging app even with ios users.

  15. I usually swing both ways when it comes to iOS and Android but I go back to Android mostly for Multitasking features and split screen because not all of the things I look at on iOS can work you can even use YouTube app as a Picture in Picture you need the website version. The Hell?… 🤣 😂

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  17. This was super helpful, thanks! I've been an iPhone user since the 5 and I just upgraded to iPhone 12 Pro. Nice phone, but after seeing the Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra up close, I'm wishing I had bought the Samsung instead. That screen looks awesome. And much more customization than on the iPhone. But I have an Apple Watch, Apple TV, iPhones for both the wife and I, and an extensive iTunes library. It won't be easy to switch.

  18. Wow, I really didn't realise how deep Apple jail goes.

    I was ready to recommend Iphone 12 mini to a girl, but holy crap does Apple lock you into lots of needless things.

    You can have android/Google apps on anything, but you can only have Apple stuff on Iphones. That's BS in 2021, when cheap phones are more powerfull than laptops and you can do anything with them.