I'm a college student, and my mother has been nice enough to keep me on her phone plan during this time. It came time to upgrade to a new phone, and she went and got an iPhone for me. The thing is, I've been using an old Android phone for a while, and have it set up with apps and everything. I know how restrictive Apple is regarding their app store and what apps are on it, so I was hoping that somebody would know of things I should use to replace the apps I'm used to.
The apps that I use most often would be...
Tachiyomi (manga-reading app that connects to a huge number of scanlation sites, letting me follow individual series and reading them as updates come out.)
EBookDroid (Ebook-reading app. I've been using it to read ebooks and pdf copies of various books)
On the bright side, I just got a message saying that I can keep my existing phone so I can still have access to the apps and stuff, and use my new phone as an actual phone. (Great since one of my future classes is App Development, so I'll have easy access to both types of phone for testing!) Still, being able to get as much as I can on one device will make things easier.
So, does anybody have recommendations on what apps would replace the two big ones that I use, and anything else that would be particularly useful to have? I think that PS4 Remote Play has a working iPhone version, Also, I'm a big Neptunia fan, and apparently there's an iPhone version of an app that didn't get an Android version.