The iPhone has a lot to offer. You can pack it full of fun apps, use it for amazing photography, and just generally enjoy using it day after day. But, for a long time, you also had to use Apple’s default mail and web-browsing apps, regardless of your preferred defaults.
Fortunately, Apple has been loosening its grip on the iPhone and iPad by adding the option to put widgets on the iPhone’s home screen, create custom app icons and, although somewhat limited, change the default apps for email and web browsing. (Here are some of our other favorite features from iOS 15.)
That means you can use Gmail or Google Chrome — or another app of your choice — on your iPhone and finally leave Safari and Apple Mail behind. It’s a big win for iPhone and iPad users.
The process to change over your default mail and browser app is really simple, but also somewhat hidden. Apple doesn’t make it as easy as Android, where there’s a dedicated section for setting default apps in settings. You have to know where to look, and below, we’ll show you where that is.
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