Open the Settings app, go to the Apps/Applications section, find the page corresponding to the default browser and you will see a section listing the default actions it’s assigned to. Tap the “Clear defaults” button directly underneath it. After that, you should get the prompts asking you to choose an app the next time you tap a link.
As far as I understand it; this is not a package manager, it’s all handled through the Play Store. This is just a port of MobileSubstrate, which is the system that allows tweaks to modify apps and OS components on iOS.
I have an S3 on 4.1.2 and some of the TouchWiz widgets are available, but not all. For example- the control widgets (“Assistive light” and the like), FM Radio, S Note and a few others are usable in any launcher. The S Planner and fancy weather/clock widget are not available outside the TW launcher, but you do get the simpler TW digital clock widgets.
It has its issues, but actual Internet TV is already a reality in the UK, and has existed in various forms for years. The main TV networks have their live channels available online – just as you would receive them over-the-air – and you can also often watch shows within anywhere from 7 to 30 days after they have aired. There’s also a lot of archived content available to view. You do have to watch ads – except for the BBC, which doesn’t show any through any medium – but this is not really any worse than ordinary TV.
The situation in Spain is similar, and I’m sure there’s got to be many other places where this is common (it’s just that British and Spanish TV are what I’m most familiar with).
It’s hard to believe that the US is so backwards in this regard.
The fonts are all Roboto which is the standard Android 4.x/Holo font- I have no issues with that at all. Would rather see Roboto everywhere than a random mixture of fonts…! And it’s actually a really nice font IMO.
The thing that bugs me most about TouchWiz is the Samsung keyboard, it uses a generic sans serif font and the graphics look like a bad iOS knockoff. I’m glad I can turn it off.
I’m personally a bit of a fan of skeuomorphism and I really like the pedometer UI, and some of the other things they’ve put out (like S Note/Planner).