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TAbramson15 t1_iy2hzap wrote

Well, if it makes you feel any better there’s basically every google app you can think of aside from google messages on iOS, and arguably they run better on iOS too lol. iOS gives you a much more polished app experience over all. You can use 90% of your google apps just fine on your iPhone, and you can even set your google apps as default for things like browser with chrome, or set google maps as your default maps app, or gmail as you default mail app etc. There’s even features on the iOS version of google apps that android doesn’t have which I find quite funny. Plus even social media is a million times better on iPhone, the images you upload to social media don’t look like they were taken on a 2004 digital camera like Android still does. And the cherry on the cake is you get 5-7 years of full software support where 90% of android phones lack far behind. Even the iPhone 6s on iOS 15 was on year 7 of support and ran very very well considering it’s age.. I can’t even find a single Android phone from 2018 that still runs decent, much less 2015. Now I’m not bashing Android, I love both sides, but just highlighting all the benefits of having an iPhone as your daily driver. Much more reliable and simplistic to use.


CuteCatBoy69 OP t1_iy2klj9 wrote

That's good to know. And yeah the simplicity will be nice too. My Pixel does have some annoying quirks, the worst of which is skipping audio if multiple devices are connected to one Bluetooth speaker, even if the others aren't playing. Looking forward to 99% of things just working, even if there's some 1% where having an Android may be more useful.