Samsung launches iTest, a website that turns iPhone into Android smartphone

Samsung has launched the iTest website, which is supposed to lure owners of Apple smartphones to the Android side.

Simply put, iTest creates a mock Android with One UI on the iPhone so that users can test the OS and appreciate its benefits. Samsung expects that after that they will abandon their iPhones and run to buy Galaxy smartphones.

You don’t need to install anything – just launch the site in the Safari browser and add the page to your desktop. After that, you can flip through the menu, launch the camera and applications. True, they, of course, will not work fully. For example, a notification pops up in the settings: “We’ve simplified the work with the settings menu so that our developer has a lunch break.”

You won’t be able to access the site from an Android device or a browser on a desktop PC – you need an iPhone.

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Author: John Kessler
Graduated From the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Previously, worked in various little-known media. Currently is an expert, editor and developer of Free News.
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