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Replace Photos with Exif Wizard
The default Photos app annoys me for a number of reasons. Specifically, I can't understand why the app doesn't show me the date or time when a picture was taken, and refuses to give me access to the EXIF information stored with the photograph which contains detailed information relating to the photo.
The best app for this purpose is Exif Wizard. This can access photos from your photo rolls and show you all the hidden data saved along with the image.
If you want more features -- such as the ability to access photos stored on iCloud or work servers with images up to 13 megapixels in resolution -- you can upgrade to the Pro version for $1.99.
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Replace Contacts, Calendar with Pocket Informant
Why have data spread across three apps when you can have it in one: Pocket Informant.
Having all your data in one place not only makes getting to it faster because you don't have to constanty shuffle apps, but you can also makes organizing and backing up your vital data a lot easier.
Pocket Informant is packed with dozens of features that allow you to take control of your busy schedule. Highly customizable, Pocket Informant comes highly recommended, despite the premium price.
Price: $9.99 for the iPhone version | $14.99 for the universal version.
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Replace Notes/Voice Memos with Evernote
Remember anything you can record digitally -- photos, voice memos, notes, etc. -- in a single place with Evernote. Again, not only does using a single app do away with the app shuffle, Evernote is packed with powerful features that allow you to take control of your life.
Evernote has far too many features to list, and for $5 a month or $45 a year you can get access to even more powerful premium features.
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