Since the public release of iOS 6 back in September, many users have reported trouble with Apple's native Maps application. The Cupertino-based company, in an online statement by CEO Tim Cook, acknowledged the flaws with its Maps application and even recommended that users seek out a temporary alternative until issues were resolved. Excited Pixel's Quick Route ($4.99) is one of the many superior utilities for iOS that aims to replace the need for Apple's Maps.
Meet Sara – the “best Siri alternative” from a group of Vietnamese developers who have made the virtual assistant available for [jailbroken] iOS devices, including predecessors. It’s been tested for months now, and it’s finally able to be downloaded from the Cydia store. Sara is supposedly an alternative to Siri
It took a bit, but Trillian [App Store, $4.99] is finally available in the App Store.Cerulean Studios, the company that created Trillian, said that Trillian for iPhone sports several features users will already find on the company's desktop software. The app displays contacts, grouped and sorted by their respective categories. Users can also view multiple chat windows in a tabbed display.
Cerulean Studios writes on their blog that Trillian, a port of their instant messaging and social networking software by the same name for multiple platforms, is currently stuck in App Store limbo for no apparent reason.