Problem with Android is although some core apps have made it to Google play, still you cannot remove them without root
Is it really uninstalled rather than hidden or disabled? If you factory reset iOS 10 will they reappear? If so then they're not uninstalled.
Zack, 14 Jun 2016I wonder if they'll let you uninstall iOS eventually....... seriously? no one is making you buy their products. If you have an issue with apple then stick with Android. I'm sure they are flawless.
apple recently become so bloat i have iPod full of stock apps i don't use specially contact app wtf no sim card slot why contact app exists
Anonymous, 14 Jun 2016Does it let us install iOS itself? LolOne can only hope...
i Seem to remember this feature being present on symbian...no clue why both OS makers decided to leave it out...
This feature should've been basic on both IOS and Android operating systems, but props to Apple for pushing it, and hopefully others to follow
Grt news. Now Xiaomi would copy dis again and v cn remove huge bloatware from miui. Waiting.. Waiting..
Pia, 13 Jun 2016Wait...contact can be remove/uninstalled?
who wanna remove/uninstalled contact apps from a s... moreFinally it can be removed and replaced with a different contact that has much more functions
AnonD-77443, 14 Jun 2016Not an apple fan but this is a great move... Hopefully Samsung follows suit. Wait a min, you mean apple have had uninstallable bloatware crap all this time, and we
have had to put up with, thread filling, app demoting 1
star posts on everything to do with samsung, making us believe touchwizz was the only attackable target, and all these years apples been the real bloatware crap king..scottfree.No.We arn't going to congratulate you for this, you've had your reward in the Pr dept already, maligning samsung without one mention of you, and now want cred for an unacknowledge crime. No. This is another judge Lucy decieving type of act.
Shouldn't there be sth like a law or sth that would make Apple let the users choose the default app.
Not an apple fan but this is a great move... Hopefully Samsung follows suit.