When we compiled the list of research that led to the creation of the Big List, the things that came up for feature parity were Targets, Travel Reports, and Fingerprint payments.
It’s quite possible that not enough Android users were aware of the differences in Search for it to come up in the suggestions - but regardless, it didn’t come up, so it wasn’t committed to.
There will always be minor differences in the two apps - for example, on Android you can activate your card using NFC, which you can’t do on iOS. You can also use the App Shortcuts on Android to go directly to Summary or Support, and control notifications per category (for example, you can toggle notifications on/off for credits, debits, actions, chat replies, spending reports, and more).
If these were things that someone really wanted to use on iOS, you could then argue that there is not feature parity for iOS, but at that point, is it valuable discussion for the majority of users, or are we getting into semantic debate about what parity does and does not mean?
The things we have shipped were deemed to be important major features. The data suggests that the variable search functions on iOS weren’t considered to be a major feature.
That said, it’s likely that we will build this at some point. But, as mentioned, the requests weren’t there at the time of compiling what would make it into our Big List.