For over a decade, I’ve been a loyal user of Samsung’s flagship phones, except for a brief stint with the iPhone 6s, which I actually enjoyed. However, due to work demands, I’ve had to use iPhones constantly, even though I’m not a fan of iOS.

Recently, I switched to Samsung’s latest flagship, the Galaxy S23 Ultra. While some may argue that it’s only a minor upgrade in terms of features and looks, but for me, it’s the best Samsung phone yet and even outperforms its competitors, including the iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Samsung has always been a fierce competitor to Apple, trying to attract users to its side with unique features not found on other devices. To achieve this, Samsung has updated its Try Galaxy web application, which can be accessed via the iPhone’s default browser, Safari.

Users can simply go to on Safari and follow the on-screen instructions to set up the web app on their iPhone’s home screen. The web app supports 14 languages, making it accessible to iPhone users around the world who may be curious about Samsung’s innovative features.

If you’re accustomed to using iOS, transitioning to One UI may pose a challenge initially. One UI has a unique approach to features, which are often integrated into dedicated apps rather than directly into the system. As a result, it can take more time to set up than iPhones, which are usually ready to use out of the box. Despite this, once you become familiar with One UI, it can be an enjoyable experience, because it opens up a whole new world of possibilities for you to explore and experiment with.

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