Android traditionally had more robust multitasking features than iOS, but Apple has closed the gap in recent years and even surpassed Google's mobile OS in some areas. For instance, Android 13 only allows you to drag and drop files between apps when they're in split screen mode, but iOS 16 lets you pick up an item in one full screen app, then use navigation gestures to drop it into another app — heck, you can even drag-and-drop-the-dog. Thankfully, Android 14 has a new multitasking trick up its sleeve.