How iOS 14 features impress you on your iPhone

iPhone iOS14 Features
Apple just released iOS 14, and it brings a lot of new features to your iPhone. Apple’s update is full of new features that confirm change the way you use your phone — for the better.
Now iPhone user need not to envy android user where you can get a lot new features in the new updates.

Widgets in a New Look and New home

Now iOS14 have the whole new widget look at new home. Instead of Widgets being limited to the Today View that lives off to the left side of your home screen, you can now add widgets directly to your display, with multiple sizes as an option. There’s even a Smart Stack widget that will show you information from multiple apps when it thinks you need it. For example, it can show you the weather widget followed by your calendar widget when you wake up in the morning.
When you stack up the widgets, and it look like Apple Watch screen, you can swipe around the widgets.

Apple has its own Translate app

Beside having Google’s Translate app on your iPhone, iOS 14 has a build-in Translate app that will allow you to convert text and even hold conversations with someone who only speaks a different language. You can translate English, Mandarin Chinese, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Arabic, Portuguese and Russian.

Pin conversation to the top

Pinning a conversation to the top of your Messages app means you don’t have to scroll through the long list of contacts and group conversations to find your favorite contacts. This is especially useful if you have a go-to group, like a family chat or friend chat you talk in every day, or if you’re planning a longer-term event like a group watch party.

Tag people in a conversation

You can now tag someone in a conversation when you want to get their attention (useful for large groups), and directly reply to a message, creating a thread within your conversation. That should get you a timely response.

An organised home screen with whole new App Library

App Library is a new screen that lives just to the right of your last home screen. It autoarranges all the apps on your phone in folders based on app category. The purpose of this feature is to make it easy for you to find all the apps installed on your iPhone. It goes hand in hand with another new home screen feature that lets you hide pages of apps that you infrequently use.

Picture in Picture as convenience tool

Picture in Picture creates a thumbnail image of a video that continues to play even when you’re on another app or screen. It’ll appear when you want to switch gears to use a different part of the phone but you don’t want to stop the video.

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