Posts Tagged ‘in’

Magnify For Safari

Magnifier For Safari (Cydia Tweak) – How To Adjust Font Size In Safari For Better Reading

‘Magnifier For Safari’ gives you the ability to adjust the font size in Mobile Safari. It adds a “Adjust FontSize” option to your Safari menu, when you select this option a slider bar appears and you can adjust the webpage’s font size by adjusting the slider bar. Click To Read More >>>

QuickMath

QuickMath (Cydia Tweak) – Perform Simple Mathematical Problems In Spotlight Search

‘QuickMath’ gives you the ability to perform simple mathematical equations, in your spotlight search. These equations include addition, subtraction, multiplication or division. So NO it will not find the square root for you, you can only do SIMPLE equations. No new icon is added to your homescreen, nor is there anything to configure. Check out the video of ‘QuickMath’ 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 >>>

lsbattery

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 >>>

Home Button In Safari

Home Button In Safari (Cydia Tweak) – Add A ‘Go Home’ Button To Your Safari

‘Home Button In Safari’ adds a “Go Home” button to your Safari menu. You can set your home page in the settings app or if Safari Home Page is installed then it will use that home page. No new icon is added to your homescreen, all configurations are done in your settings app, under the “Home Button In Safari” tab. Check out the video of ‘Home Button In Safari’ below. Click To Read More >>>

iSSLFix

iSSLfix (Cydia System) – IMPORTANT VIDEO/SECURITY UPDATE!!!

Just a quick important security update video on CVE-2011-0228 and iSSLfix. I’m not an expert on this, but the developers have been stressing that you install this, if you are on iOS 4.3.4 or lower. Apple issued the iOS 4.3.5 update to fix this problem, so iOS 4.3.5 users don’t have to worry about this. Checkout the links below to read up on these stuff some more. Click To Read More >>>

RestoreTab For Safari

RestoreTab For Safari (Cydia Tweak) – Reopen The Last Pages That You Closed In Safari

‘RestoreTab For Safari’ gives you the ability to reopen the last page(s), that you closed in Safari. Just like you do on your desktop, when you press Cmd(Ctrl)+Shift+T feature in your web browser and the last page that you close reopens. With ‘RestoreTab For Safari’ you don’t have to worry if you close a page by mistake; just tap the ‘RestoreTab For Safari’ icon on your Safari toolbar and it will reopen. iPad version of RestoreTab button is found right-up corner of NewTab button instead of toolbar’s icon. No new icon is added to your homescreen, nor is there anything to configure, check out the video of ‘RestoreTab For Safari’ below. Click To Read More >>>

KillBackground

KillBackground (Cydia Tweak) – Quickly Kill All Apps Running In The Background With Just A Tap

If you are familiar with ‘RemoveBackground’, then you probably already know what ‘KillBackground’ does. ‘KillBackground’ gives you the ability to remove all the apps running in the background on your iDevice, with just a tap. When you double tap the home button to reveal your app switcher, you can tap either of the newly added ‘KillBackground’ buttons to kill/remove all of the app. So rather than having to remove them one by one, you can remove ALL of them at once quickly and easily. No new icon is added to your homescreen, nor is there anything to configure, check out the video of ‘KillBackground’ below. Click To Read More >>>

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