The multiple definitions of `apply`

can be pretty confusing for beginners (at least it was for me), and now it’s a bit awkward when referring to `apply`

in documentation, since I feel like additional clarification is often needed.

```
Control.Apply
apply :: forall f a b. Apply f => f (a -> b) -> f a -> f b
<*>
```

```
Data.Function
apply :: forall a b. (a -> b) -> a -> b
$
```

It also seems like it would be easier to remember the infix notation if `<*>`

was swapped with `map`

's `<$>`

, although that would be a departure from Haskell. I guess Haskell doesn’t have this issue with overlapping function names, since it just defines these infix operators without a named function.

One way to add clarity is to rename `$`

's `apply`

to something like `noParens`

. It seems like only the infix operator is used (and exported by `Prelude`

), so changing the underlying function name wouldn’t be too annoying of a breaking change.