Posts Tagged ‘cydia’

wallswitcher

WallSwitcher (Cydia Tweak) – Change Wallpaper From Anywhere On iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad

‘WallSwitcher’ gives you the ability to change your wallpaper from anywhere on your iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. With WallSwitcher, you no longer have to go into wallpapers to change your wallpaper. After it is configured via activator, just summon it, choose your wallpaper, select whether you want to change the lock or home screen wallpaper and bingo it changes. No need to respring, the wallpaper is instantly changed. No new icon is added to your homescreen, you have to configure your activation method via activator. Check out the video of WallSwitcher below. Click To Read More >>>

podmail

PodMail (Cydia Tweak) – Send Songs Via Email From In Your iPod App

‘PodMail’ gives you the ability to send a song from in your iPod app via email. You can actually send the song, not a link to that song in iTunes, but that exact song. No new icon is added to your homescreen, nor is there anything to configure. Check out the video of PodMail below. Click To Read More >>>

powersaver

PowerSaver (Cydia Tweak) – Lower/Increase Brightness & More When Battery Reaches Certain Percentage

‘PowerSaver’ gives you the ability to perform 15 different actions at different battery percentages. Some of these actions include increase/decrease brightness, reboot and/or power off device. No new icon is added to your homescreen, all configurations are done in your settings app, under the EnergySaver tab. Click To Read More >>>

SBMusic

SBMusic (Cydia Utility) – Place Shortcuts To Your iPod Playlist On Your Homescreen

‘SBMusic’ gives you the ability to create shortcuts on your homescreen, for different playlist in your iPod app. So if you have a playlist that you always listen to, you can create a shortcut to that playlist on your homescreen. Making it faster and easier to access when you want to quickly play that playlist. A new icon is added to your homescreen, but there isn’t anything to configure, check out the video of SBMusic below. Click To Read More >>>

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PhotoEdit (Cydia Tweak) – Quickly Edit Photos With Grayscale, Sepia And Rotation Options

‘PhotoEdit’ gives you the ability to quickly edit a photo on your iDevice. It’s not an advance photo editor, there are only basic editing options. These options include applying a grayscale or sepia effect and also being able to rotate the photo. No new icon is added to your homescreen, nor is there anything to configure. Check out the video of PhotoEdit below. Click To Read More >>>

ActivAccess for Activator

ActivAccess for Activator (Cydia Tweak) – Activate Accessibility Settings Via Activator

‘ActivAccess for Activator’ gives you the ability to toggle on/off your iDevice’s accessibility settings via activator. These functions includes white on black or invert colors, VoiceOver and zoom. There is also an extra option for KillBackground. No new icon is added to your homescreen, you have to configure your activation method via activator. Check out the video of ActivAccess for Activator below. Click To Read More >>>

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LSMusicGestures (Cydia Tweak) – Use Gestures to Play/Pause, Skip and Previous Track From

‘LSMusicGestures’ gives you the ability to control your music by easily being able to Play/Pause, go back and forward using gestures at the lockscreen of your device. No new icon is added to your homescreen, nor is there anything to configure. Check out the video of LSMusicGestures below. Click To Read More >>>

f.lux

f.lux (Cydia Tweak) – Brings Sunset Colors To Your iDevice Screen By Warming Up The Colors

‘f.lux’ warms up your device’s screen colors. Each evening at sunset, f.lux warms up the colors on your phone. At dawn, f.lux returns your phone to daylight colors. It has something to with the effect the bright light has on your eyes at night (for more on that click here). You can choose from four different settings, which include candle, incandescent, halogen and fluorescent. No new icon is added to your homescreen, all configurations are done in your settings app, under the f.lux tab. Check out the video of f.lux below. Click To Read More >>>

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