iOS Apps From Google and Others Improve on Apple Defaults - AllThingsD »http://allthingsd.com/20121229/2012-the-year-i-basically-stopped-using-apples-ios-apps/?mod=atdtweet
Apple left low-hanging fruit for app developers with its surprisingly underdeveloped default apps and some recent screwups — but it did take years for these quality alternatives to emerge.
I’ve said it before and I wish I didn’t have to say it again: we need control over default apps in iOS. Apple’s defaults, including Mail, Safari, Contacts, and even Messages, are getting left farther and farther behind as new apps offer much better and more innovative experiences.
Ask Apple to fix this obnoxious problem at apple.com/feedback/iphone.html.