You can almost feel Apple loosening its steel grip over the iPhone and iPad with the release of. iPhone and iPad owners now have the option to alter how their home screen looks, including the ability to . But also noteworthy is the ability to now set the default email and browser apps on the iPhone or iPad.
That means you can use Gmail or Google Chrome — or any other app of your choice — and finally leave Safari and Apple Mail behind. It’s a big step for iPhone ($699 at Amazon) and iPad ($239 at Back Market) users, and one that was sorely overdue.
The process to change over your default mail and browser app is really simple, but also