5 features that google has on iOS and not on android



Even though Google has best equipped Android mobiles with its own apps and services, there are a few things that also look better on Apple devices, with their iPhone and iPad devices.

The thing is, not only are they part of those devices, but they also receive some unique features. And yes, while they may show up on Android later, the truth is that it's the iOS teams that release them. For this reason, today we will be showing you 5 of those features that are only on iOS, at least for the moment.

Extra Gboard keyboard options

For iOS devices, there are a few extra functions that will serve to configure and customize literally the entire keyboard, going through sections such as text colors, background transparency, borders around letters, and other things that until now, are not available for Android.



Fingerprint security for Google Drive

This feature turns out to be much more interesting, which is that we usually know that Google doesn't support fingerprint locks in its apps, however, the Privacy Screen feature available on iOS does allow that security to be active for Google Drive.

Incognito mode on Google Maps and Google Search

There is an interesting gesture for iPhone and iPad devices, which activates incognito mode immediately after you press and hold your profile icon, which should be located at the top right once you swipe the notification bar.


Multiple tabs in the Google app

Google on iOS allows you to open several tabs separately in the style of Chrome, so you can do various searches without having to delete the ones you have already done. For this you will have to click on the icon of open tabs and then simply choose the tab that we are looking for, having up to a function for automatic closing of these for a day, a week, or a month.

Reading list function to read pages later

Finally, there is a tool that, as the main objective, gives you the possibility to save any website so that you can read it later, whether you have the internet or not. To get to this, the feature removes virtually everything that the page displays and only keeps the news as such, leaving the text and images only.

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