Fuji brings macOS Sierra login screen to the Lock Screen on iOS 10 running iPhone and other devices. Here are the details.
Popular app OwnSpy has been updated to support iOS 10 to iOS 10.2 jailbreak. The tweak basically lets you remotely spy on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch devices for security purposes.
Here's a iPhone battery diagnostic app that lets you check battery health, discharge rate, capacity, charge cycle, and much more.
Here's a list of 100 best free jailbreak tweaks for iOS 9.3.3 that you can now install on your jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod touch device.
After years of iPhone users whining about the complete lack of any kind of multitasking in iOS, Apple finally gave us all what we wanted when iOS 4 launched mid-way through 2010. But while Apple’s implementation works well, it’s not strictly multitasking – apps are held in a ‘frozen state’ and resumed when needed. A host of APIs and a tinge of jailbreaking fills in the missing gaps.
It never ceases to amaze us the kind of things developers can get up to when they have a jailbroken iPhone to play with. Granted there are the plethora of themes and notification replacements but every so often we get something that breaks the mold. Something comes along that reminds us of just how talented the iOS development community really is.
While Facebook's iPhone app has certainly improved lately, it's still far from the smooth, slick experience we iPhone users are so used to these days. Unfortunately, it's the only real way to upload photos to Facebook from an iPhone, but if you're a jailbreaker there's a new tweak that's going to rock your world. Enter, FBUploader.
We've all been there. Apple releases a new version of iOS, you wait for the jailbreak to become available and you update. The problem now though is you're left facing the long and tedious task of getting your iPhone back to just the way you like it. After a good while becoming intimately acquainted with Cydia and a lot of restarts later you're done. But chances are you've forgotten something and you'll be doing the Cydia shuffle again.
Back in the early days of jailbreaking, there was a young Cydia competitor going by the name of Icy. Working in a similar way to Cydia, Icy was always the faster, smoother and generally shinier app aggregator and download service. Unfortunately development on the app was ceased but now it's on its way back, and you can download a beta version right now.
Since I'm a frequent Google Maps and Foursquare user, I keep my GPS set to on at all the times. We all know how sucky that can be towards the battery but I'd get really sick of turning GPS on and off manually each time I had to use either of the apps.