Android Phones Can t Compete With These 7 IPhone Features

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id="article-body" class="row" section="article-body"> The iPhone has a leg up on Android.  Angela Lang/CNET Android phones can do a lot of great things, like these seven features Android phones are capable of that iPhone users could only dream of having. Features like being able to organize the home screen however you want, the benefits of a superior Google Assistant and better multitasking.  But there are some features and tasks that iPhones are better at, or that Android phones just plain lack.

iMessage, FaceTime and regular OS updates for nearly every iPhone are some top examples.  Here are my favorite iPhone features that Android users are missing out on.  Now playing: Watch this: Why Apple needs the iPhone 9, Candy Crush Saga APK aka SE 2 5:37 iMessage gives you that blue bubble feeling Perhaps the biggest feature that Android users don't have, and likely never will, Talking Tom Gold Run is Apple's proprietary messaging platform iMessage. It seamlessly syncs across all of your Apple devices, Gardenscapes is fully encrypted and has a ton of playful features like Memoji.

There's a lot to like about iMessage on iOS 13.  Jason Cipriani/CNET When you send a message to another iPhone and you see the chat bubble turn blue, you know that the person on the other end of the conversation is using an iPhone, too. That makes you part of a club, sure, but it also includes certain benefits, like chatting over Wi-Fi and being able to share high-res videos and photos with the person on the other end of the line.

iMessage also lets you request or send money via Apple Pay and Helix Jump Android APK pepper the message with extra colorful animations, for example, which makes for a more robust conversation than using standard SMS on the iPhone. You'll know you're in typical texting mode when the chat bubbles are green.  Google recently rolled out its own take on iMessage as part of its Messages app. It uses something called rich communication services that let you send higher quality photos and videos, and see read receipts and even typing indicators so you know when they other person is replying.

While Google's RCS brings huge improvements to chatting on an Android phone, it's not as widely used as iMessage right now and doesn't have Apple's full set of features.  The AirPods experience is unmatched. Angela Lang/CNET Wireless headphones and earbuds are a breeze to set up and use Pairing the wireless AirPods ( $129 at Amazon ) earbuds to your iPhone is a seamless experience that makes Apple's system leagues ahead of Google's. One of the most impressive benefits is being able to use the same AirPods with your Mac or Apple Watch ( $399 at Apple ) without having to pair them again.  Samsung's Galaxy Buds ( $104 at Amazon ) try to recreate that magical experience, and they come close, but lack the range and ease of use across multiple devices.

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