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Samsung’s new iTest

An app that converts iPhone into Samsung

Samsung is expanding its endeavors to prevail upon iPhone clients. The cell phone producer has dispatched another site called “iTest,” and it permits iPhone clients to “get a little taste of Samsung” through a web application that reproduces the Android experience.

Samsung’s new iTest site comes after Apple said in January that the iPhone 12 arrangement has prodded the expansion in cell phone clients changing from Android to iPhone. Given that, it’s straightforward why Samsung is presently increasing its endeavors to change iPhone clients over to Galaxy gadgets.

You can evaluate the iTest experience on your iPhone by going to Samsung’s site here.

At the point when you visit Samsung’s iTest site, you’ll be prompted to add the web application to your iPhone’s home screen. When you do this, you can dispatch it like some other application and get a few active times with the Android interface. The experience is in reality amazing and works effectively by duplicating the Android and Samsung Galaxy experience through a web application running on an iPhone. You can do a considerable amount, including perusing the Galaxy Store, evolving subjects, investigating the Samsung Camera application, and that’s just the beginning. The standard picture in the Galaxy Store normally advances Fortnite, which Apple eliminated from the App Store.

At the point when you’re in the Samsung iTest application on your iPhone, you’ll even get an assortment of reenacted text warnings and calls featuring various things to test and various methods of speaking with companions. What’s more, Samsung is likewise utilizing this as a chance to advance its other Galaxy items, like Galaxy Buds Pro, Galaxy Watch3, and Galaxy Buds Live.

Samsung elaborated:

“You’re about to get a little taste of Samsung, without changing phones. We can’t replicate every function, but you should quickly see that nothing is daunting about switching to the other side.”

In any case, while the generally mimicked experience is amazing, there are territories where it self-destructs. Large numbers of the applications just permit you to investigate the sprinkle screens, and there are likewise specialized limits to web applications. For instance, when you attempt to open the organizer called “well-known applications,” Samsung says:

“Don’t worry, all the apps you love are available. Because let’s be honest, most of them are Google products and we’re good buddies with those guys.”

As first spotted by MacRumors, this experience is being publicized distinctly in New Zealand now, yet the site is open around the world. We wouldn’t be shocked at all to see Samsung transform this iTest experience into an overall showcasing effort shortly!

Written by: Amaima Awais

Reported by: Ehtisham

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