Posts Tagged ‘clock’

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How To Install Clock, Weather, Calculator, Stock, Voice Memo and Compass Apps On iPad

This post will show you how to install clock, weather, calculator, stock, voice memo and compass stocks iPhone apps On the iPad. This process is extremely simple, the only requirement is a jailbroken iPad 1 or 2. Watch the video below for further instructions. Click To Read More >>>

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LSBattery (Cydia Tweak) – Add More Features To Your Lockscreen Battery

‘LSBattery’ gives you the ability to always show your battery on the lockscreen, even if your iDevice isn’t charging. You can also display your iDevice’s battery percentage in the lockscreen’s slide or replace the clock with the battery percentage. No new icon is added to your homescreen, all configurations are done in your settings app, under the “LSBattery” tab. Check out the video of ‘LSBattery’ below. Click To Read More >>>

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ClockSeconds (Cydia Tweak) – Add Some Color and Second to Your Lockscreen Clock

ClockSeconds allows you to add seconds to your lockscreen clock and you can also change the color of the clock. No new icon is added to your homescreen, all configurations are done in your settings app, under the “ClockSeconds” tab. There you can select what color you want your clock to be from a variety of colors. Click To Read More >>>

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TapClockInfo (Cydia Tweak) – View Your iDevice’s IP Address, RAM and Respring From LockScreen

TapClockInfo is just another one of those simple but convenient tweak. It allows you to view your iDevice’s systems info right from the lockscreen, by just tapping the clock at lockscreen. Tap the clock once and it reveals your WiFi IP address. Tapping it twice to reveals your data IP address. Tap it three times to see how much RAM you have left and when you tap it four times, it reveals the message “Tap & hold to respring”. So when you ‘tap and hold’ for about four seconds your iDevice resprings without even leaving the lockscreen. Click To Read More >>>

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