Samsung has launched a new website called “Samsung iTest,” which allows iPhone users to “get a little taste of Samsung” through a web application that simulates the Android experience in more efforts to win over iPhone customers.

The South Korean tech company lets people use Android-based Samsung One UI on their iPhones. Here’s a look at how it works.

The iTest web app (first spotted by MacRumors) is free and can be used by anyone who is using iPhone 7 and above.

When you visit Samsung’s iTest website, you get a prompt to add the web application to your iPhone’s home screen. Once you do this, you can then launch it just like any other app and get android on your iPhone.

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 there’s nothing daunting about switching to the other side.


Using the simulator you can browse the Galaxy Store, change themes, explore the Samsung Camera app, and more.

When you’re in the Samsung iTest app on your iPhone, you’ll even receive a variety of simulated text notifications and phone calls highlighting different things to try out and different ways of communicating with friends.

Samsung is also using this as an opportunity to promote its other Galaxy products, such as Galaxy Buds Pro, Galaxy Watch3, and Galaxy Buds Live.

Courtesy 9to5mac

The Samsung iTest app is available for everyone to use. You can try out the iTest experience on your iPhone by heading to Samsung’s website right here


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