Set Default iPhone Apps
Apple's bull-headed approach to stock apps has gone on long enough. At one point Apple's iPhone apps delivered great features, but now many of them lag way behind the competition. Apple Maps still doesn't acknowledge that my street exists even though it is almost a decade old and with multiple corrections submitted. On a recent trip Apple Maps suggested we take a long drive off a closed bridge. Apple Maps is useless compared to Google Maps and that's just the start.
From music and mail to calendars and almost every other app that Apple includes, there are alternatives that work better for many people. It's time to let users choose the apps they want to set as default on the iPhone and iPad.
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