iPhone owners can learn how the Samsung Galaxy S23 feels to upgrade
There are good reasons why Samsung is the most popular Android phone manufacturer: Its products are among the best available. The business frequently competes with Apple and its iPhone. It is not unusual for either manufacturer to entice users from the opposing team to switch teams by promising them everything they cannot do with their current device; history demonstrates that Apple prevails more frequently than Samsung does. However, Samsung has updated its Try Galaxy web application to work with Safari, the iPhone’s default browser, in an effort to win over potential iOS upgraders with the Galaxy S23 series’ recent release.
iPhone users simply need to open Safari and navigate to trygalaxy.com, then follow the on-screen instructions to install the web app on their iPhone’s home screen. On my old iPhone 11, Try Galaxy worked pretty well and gave me a decent look at the features of the Galaxy S23 and One UI 5.1.
According to Samsung, it supports 14 languages, making it available to the majority of iPhone users worldwide. Therefore, you now know how to test out some of the Galaxy S23’s photo editing features, such as Nightography, without having to visit a Samsung or carrier outlet nearby.