I utilize Google Chrome on my computer system (a MacBook Air) and my phone (a Google Pixel 3a). By visiting with my Google account, I have complete gain access to, on any gadget, to all my bookmarks and conserved passwords and every other benefit that features contemporary, adjustable web internet browsers.
I utilize Google Keep as my main notes app. I include notes to it on my phone, and they appear immediately on the internet variation of Google Keep. My notes feature me to any gadget I’m utilizing, similar to my contacts (Google Contacts) and my pictures (Google Photos) and my e-mail (Gmail).
I might be utilizing an iPhone XS, an iPad Mini, a Samsung Galaxy S10, or whatever else– it does not matter. I no longer think about the trouble of changing gadgets, since it no longer exists. I move my SIM card to the brand-new gadget, log in to Google services, and I’m excellent to go.
If I were utilizing iCloud, Maps, Contacts, and Apple’s other “community” hooks, changing gadgets would be far less simple– it would make far more sense for me to simply get another iPhone, although I have no interest in investing $1,000 on a phone without an earphone jack. It’s that absence of versatility in Apple’s technique that presses me away.