Many iOS users complain that Apple's weather app is lacking in accuracy.
We like using Swackett for its forecast reliability. As the number-one weather app in 67 countries, Swackett even helps you choose an appropriate outfit for the day. (Bonus: If you have a pet, it will even suggest doggie sunglasses.)
You just got a new iPhone. You're looking forward to a clean, untouched interface. But after powering-up, what's this? The dreaded pre-loaded app.
Just like new computers come standard with Internet Explorer or iPhoto, new iPhones and iPads include in-house apps like Voice Memos and Compass. Half of them we don't use; the other half we grudgingly accept as the norm.
But know, dear citizens, that you are not chained to iOS-developed apps. You deserve a colorful alarm clock and a friendlier weather app. After all, you work hard.