– Cydia’s best tweaks, themes and mods in one place

Written on April 15th, 2014 | by neluttu

We’re pleased to announce that the new version of has been launched. New interface, new search algorithm, same great features!

We post on only the best tweaks / themes / mods avaiable in Cydia. You’ll find a short description of a tweak, screenshots and if available, a YouTube video.

All listings are instantly tweeted on our Cydiapp account @Cydiapp, so you can get notified fast. Follow us now! Read the rest


SpotLock – great new way to lock your iPhone

Written on February 18th, 2014 | by neluttu

Yes, I know it’s available in Cydia for a while now, but I just remembered about this cool tweak called SpotLock coded by Lays.

I wanted a tweak like this one for years now – I always liked the idea of locking my iPhone by swiping all the way to the right of the screen. SpotLock is compatible with iOS 5, 6 and 7.

This tweak is great and awesome for many reasons. First of all, you don’t need the power button anymore! Read the rest


App Stat – track your App usage with this Cydia App

Written on January 29th, 2014 | by neluttu

Ever wondered which are the apps you use the most? Well, if you’re jailbroken you can find out really easy by installing the app “App Stat” from Cydia. With this App, you can track app usage statistics, frequency of use, use of time and recent use. Really cool if you ask me.

You can find it in the BigBoss repository, and it’s available for free. You can install it on your iPhone, iPod Touch and all iPads running iOS 3.2 and later. Read the rest


iOS Tips: selecting words and phrases

Written on December 3rd, 2013 | by neluttu

And I thought I knew it all. Seems like there are a few shortcuts in iOS that makes your life easier. I’ve found these tips reading Boio’s blog.

So, when you’re writing something on your iOS device, keep in mind these advanced selection shortcuts:

01. Tap twice on word to select whole word.

02. Tap 4 times on paragraph to select whole paragraph.

03. Put one finger in the begining of desired selection and the other in the end and hold for a while. Read the rest


iOS 7 – Springboard cleanup time – dismiss some apps

Written on November 20th, 2013 | by neluttu

Today I found myself in a very awkward sittuation – some of the apps on my Springboard’s first page are completely useless. But not because I don’t use / need them, but because I can always access them from the Control Center.

That being said, I made a new folder with the Clock app, the Calculator app and the Camera app in it.

If you like your things to be in order and sorted, the first page of your Springboard contains the apps that you use most. Read the rest


Things to know about a future iOS 7 jailbreak

Written on November 14th, 2013 | by neluttu

First thing you need to know, the iOS 7 jailbreak is in the works. The evad3rs are working hard on exploiting iOS 7 bugs so we can enjoy the liberation of our iDevices soon.

Second, this next jailbreak tool will probably be just a new version of evasi0n updated for iOS 7 support. It will be compatible with all iDevices – iPods, iPhones and iPads. Sadly, there is no intel on an AppleTV jailbreak but who knows what the future brings. Read the rest


iBooks, iTunes U and GMail – three great apps get the iOS 7 treatment

Written on November 14th, 2013 | by neluttu

Apple has updated almost all its own apps for the new iOS 7 look and feel, and today they have released two major apps – iBooks and iTunes U. Still waiting in queue are Find my Friends and Keynote Remote though.

iBooks “has been updated with a beautiful new design for iOS 7,” says Apple. This update includes a completely revamped iBook Store.

On the other side, Google has also released a new version of their GMail app, redesign to better fit the iOS 7 design. Read the rest


iOS 7.0.4 released – safe to update for future jailbreak

Written on November 14th, 2013 | by neluttu

Apple has just released iOS 7.0.4 for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch – an update for bug fixes and stability improvements and also a very important bug which would sometimes prevent users from making a FaceTime call.

As usual, the update is available over the air, directly from your iDevice: Settings > General > Software Update, or by updating directly in iTunes.

In addition to iOS 7.0.4, Apple also rolled out an iOS 6.1.5 update for owners of fourth generation iPod Touch, also to bring a fix to the aforementioned FaceTime bug, and and update to the Apple TV firmware, bringing it to version 6.0.2. Read the rest


Here’s a cool new gadget for your Mac – Expansion Dock and Charging Station

Written on November 11th, 2013 | by neluttu

Kanex simpleDock‘s 3-in-1 solution provides you with a fast networking experience, mobile device charging and access to everyday USB devices.

Perfect for the home or office, simpleDock makes it easy to connect the peripherals and mobile devices you use everyday. Simply plug in your USB hard drive, printer or card reader for an instant connection.
The dedicated charging port delivers 2.1 Amps of power to charge your iPhone and iPad. The innovative design keeps charging USB cables hidden, and serves as a desk valet to keep your smartphone within reach. Read the rest


No limit to the number of photos uploaded to My Photo Stream

Written on November 11th, 2013 | by neluttu

Great news for My Photo Stream users! Apple has updated its services sincer the iOS 7 release – and now, there is no more limit to the number of photos you can upload to My Photo Stream over time, but iCloud will limit the number of photos that can be uploaded within a given hour, day, or month to prevent unintended or excessive use.

If you didn’t know, Photo Stream is a service supplied with the basic iCloud service which then allowed you to store the most recent 1,000 photos on the iCloud servers up to 30 days free of charge. Read the rest

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