One thing Android users often feel superior about is the relative lack of customization options built into iOS. But there are a lot of cool features hidden in the iOS “accessibility” section that many people don’t know about.

These settings are designed to make it easier for those without the best sight, hearing, or motor functions to still use iOS to its fullest capabilities — but they can also be used to customize your controls. One of the awesome buried gems in iOS is known as “Switch Control.” It lets you create custom switches to perform functions on the phone that would normally be done with your hands using the iPhone’s camera, like multitasking by tilting your head instead of double-tapping the home button. We’ve put together the following guide so that you can create your own custom switches on your iPhone in seconds. Kyle Russell contributed to an earlier version of this post.First, open the Settings app.

Scroll down and click on the General menu. Next, tap on Accessibility. Next, scroll down and tap on Switch Control.

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The secret method to control your iPhone by tilting your head