You picked up your Android powered device to read a text message or send a quick email, and while you were doing it, you decided to read a chapter or two of the the latest eBook you downloaded before eventually sitting back and thinking that your device is missing something. It has games, music apps, apps that allow you to keep up to date with the latest news, but it needs another Twitter app to let you check your messages and see what the world is tweeting about. But not just any Twitter app, it needs a fully featured Twitter app with the Android 4.0 ICS look and feel.
When iOS 5 was first introduced to the world for public consumption in October 2011, it was immediately evident that it contained a number of highly useful features which would quickly become the focus of the jailbreaking development community. The introduction of Notification Center was seen as a huge, much needed feature addition to iOS, but also provided an entirely new entity for developers to hook into and enhance on a jailbroken device.