The jailbreak community is brilliant at coming up with apps that would never see the light of day if they had to go through Apple's App Store, and one such app is YoutubeToMP3.
With iOS 5.0 expected to be previewed at Wednesday's Apple event in San Francisco, iOS users the world over will be hoping that the much-maligned notification system will get a long overdue overhaul. With the current modal system being what many would consider the operating system's main weak-point, fans and pundits alike can agree something needs to change. If Apple is looking at altering its notification system it need look no further than Peter Hajas' MobileNotifier, now in its 3rd beta.
We've told you all about adding animated boot logos to your iOS device before, and the app that makes all the magic happen is now available on Cydia.
With Chronic Dev Team releasing GreenPois0n RC5 yesterday much was made of the inclusion of the option to add a custom animated boot logo. That's all well and dandy, other than the fact it doesn't entirely work.
Adding a spot of color to an otherwise sparse iPhone home screen is one of the main reasons to jailbreak an iDevice these days, and until today finding the right theme has been a chore. That's where Cydia's new Theme Center comes in.
Themes. Everyone likes themes. Unfortunately for iPhone users though the only way to theme an iDevice currently is to jailbreak your device and trawl through the hundreds, if not thousands of packages in Cydia. That's where Theme It comes in according to RazorianFly.
Losing your valuable iPhone or iPod touch sure isn't very fun. iGotYa is a great alternative solution to Find My iPhone in order to find out exactly who took your iPhone and where they're located.
At last it has happened, the popular VLC app for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch has been removed from the App Store after Apple received the official copyright infringement complain from VLC developers.
There is a new jailbreak app available in Cydia which allows you to take backups of your iPhone’s springboard theme, which includes: user settings, layout, wallpaper, MobileSubstrate configuration, hidden apps and folders. You can then restore to your favorite saved theme with exact layout and settings in a matter of just seconds
Back in November, we reported about “Pull To Refresh for Mail” tweak in Cydia for jailbroken iPhones. And now, this nifty tweak is available for Mobile Safari browser on your iOS device. Once the tweak has been installed through Cydia, all you have to do is to start Safari and slide the page down until you see the refresh dialogue appear. Once you release your finger, the page will refresh just as if you tapped the usual refresh button.