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Replace Safari with Google Chrome
As so many use Google Chrome on their desktop and notebook systems, it makes sense to use it on your iPhone and iPad.
Google Chrome brings a full-blown browser to iOS, with features such as:
- Simple-to-use privacy mode;
- Ability to send pages from Chrome from the desktop to iOS devices;
- Single URL/search box;
- Tab recovery following a crash.
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Replace Calculator with PCalc
If all you expect from your calculator is a bit of adding and subtracting, then the built-in Calculator app is fine, but if you want a little more you need PCalc Lite.
PCalc Lite gives you all the power of a scientific calculator on your iPhone or iPad, including unit conversions and constants. If you want more features -- such as multi-line, engineering features, or programmer features -- they can be purchased separately.
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Replace Camera with Camera+
I've taken more photos with my iPhone than any other camera I've ever owned. While I find the default Camera app to be acceptable, there's one app that can transform the iPhone -- or iPad -- from good camera into a great camera.
My favorite app is Camera+. Along with being able to activate the camera shutter, Camera+ has the following features:
- Quality settings allow you to take high, medium and low quality photos based on your need;
- Continuous flash;
- Advanced shooting modes, including burst and timer;
- Filters and effects.
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