In a latest blog post, Google is trying to convince iPhone users to transform their new iPhone 13’s home screen to resemble Android’s interface.
Google's director for the iOS platform explains in the blog post, how you can replace some of Apple's default iOS apps and widgets with Google’s own apps and widgets. The iOS default apps like Photos, Phone, Calendar, Safari, and Reminders can be replaced with Google Photos, Google Calendar, Google Chrome, Google Tasks, and Google Voice.
To further encourage iOS users to take a step in favor of Google, the author also described the Smart Stack option. With Smart Stack, you can stack different Google widgets on top of one other and iOS will determine which widget is most relevant to show at any one time.
From Google’s viewpoint, providing iPhone users with a full Google experience on their new iPhone 13 will allow them to explore the Android system on an iOS device, without having to separately purchase an Android device.