Posts Tagged ‘apple’

alphacon

Alphacon (Cydia Tweak) – Make Icons Transparent

‘Alphacon’ gives you the ability to make you icons look transparent, by adjusting the Alpha levels. You
can choose whether you want it to affect the homescreen, folders, app switcher and dock separately or altogether. It also gives you the ability to hide the icons labels. No new icon is added to your homescreen, all configurations are done in your settings app, under the “Alphacon” tab. Check out the video of ‘Alphacon’ below. Click To Read More >>>

PopPod

PopPod (Cydia Tweak) – Summon Enhanced iPod Controls From Anywhere On Your iDevice

‘PopPod’ gives you the ability to summon enhanced iPod controls from anywhere on your iDevice. Which include artwork, volume, Previous, Play/Pause, Next, Lyrics and OpenPrevious. It relies on Activator and once that gesture is set, you just perform that gesture to summons the controls. No new icon is added to your homescreen, you only have to configure the Activator gesture. Check out the video of PopPod below. Click To Read More >>>

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Everything that’s New, Changed and Fixed In iOS 5 Beta 6

In case you were wondering what’s new in iOS 5 beta 5, you can checkout the info below to find out. Click To Read More >>>

powerlock

PowerLock (Cydia Tweak) – Brings 12 SBSettings Toggles to Your LockScreen

‘PowerLock’ is like SBSetting and Anicons on your lockscreen. It adds 12 toggles to your lockscreen, which include unlock, respring, and safe mode just to name a few. This allows you to perform these actions without even unlocking your iDevice. No new icon is added to your homescreen, all configurations are done in your settings app, under the “PowerLock” tab. It’s kind of hard to explain it in words, so check out the video of PowerLock below. Click To Read More >>>

styleunlock

StyleUnlock (Cydia Tweak) – Unlock Your iDevice With Gesture

‘StyleUnlock’ is yet another lockscreen tweak that gives you a different way of unlocking your iDevice. By performing pre-selected gestures that are configured in the settings app, like double tapping on lockscreen, pinch or swiping, just to name a few. No new icon is added to your homescreen, all configurations are done in your settings app, under the “StyleUnlock” tab. Check out the video of ‘StyleUnlock’ and the Cydia description below. Click To Read More >>>

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Double At (Cydia Tweak) – Shortcut To QUICKLY & EASILY Enter Email Address

‘Double At’ is perfect for users that always have to enter their email address. It gives users the ability to enter their email, by double tapping the ‘@’ sign/key on their iDevice’s keyboard. No new icon is added to your homescreen; you will have to enter your email in the settings app, under the “Double At” tab. Once you’ve done this, everytime you double tap the ‘@’ signkey, the email you configured will be entered. Check out the video of Double At below. Click To Read More >>>

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IconCommands (Cydia Tweak) – Tap An Icon Up to 8 Times & Perform Different Actions

With ‘IconCommands’ you can perform specific actions for the number of the amounts of times you tap on an icon. i.e you can tap an icon four times and show the app info, or tap it twice and save the icon image in your photo album. It comes with a number of default plugins which include App Info, Add icon to Photo Library, delete, hide, and set jiggling. Based on how it was created, it seems like the developer made it so that people can create their out plugins, if they choose to do so. No new icon is added to your homescreen, all configurations are done in your settings app, under the “IconCommands” tab. Check out the video of IconCommands below. Click To Read More >>>

copic

Copic (Cydia Tweak) – How To Show Contact Pictures In Messages, Favorite, Calls & MORE

‘Copic’ gives you the ability to display contact pictures in your iPhone/iPad/iPod standard apps, which includes phone, SMS, contacts, facetime and more. There are a couple of tweaks in Cydia that displays contact pictures, but they only do it in contacts or message. Copic took it to a next level and displays them in much more apps. No new icon is added to your homescreen, all configurations are done in your settings app, under the “Copic” tab. Check out the video of Copic below. Click To Read More >>>

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