Typing on the iPad has never been something I was particularly fond of. Having to go back and forth between the keyboard and the text you’re writing is nowhere near as fast or efficient as using a physical keyboard and shortcuts. But the other day I saw a concept video that showed how text editing on the iPad could be much better. Just swipe to the left or right on the iPad keyboard to move the cursor left or right. No more back-and-forth between the keyboard and text. Genius! That was just 3 days ago, and it seems a jailbreak developer has already been working on bringing it to Cydia. Continue reading →
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Ask any jailbreaker why they jailbreak their iPhone, and SBSettings will most likely fall somewhere in their answer. In short, SBSettings allows you to quickly change settings, such as adjusting brightness and toggling WiFi, from anywhere on your iPhone. In fact, it’s such a helpful jailbreak tweak, you may recall we’ve written about it quite a few times.
As iOS progresses, SBSettings seems to be showing its age. Back in the days of iOS 3 and 4, it was the quickest way to change settings, but now that iOS 5 brought us Notification Center, it seems a bit redundant to have two “menus” pull down from the top. Why not just make it easier and combine setting toggles with Notification Center into one menu? That’s exactly what a new tweak called NCSettings aims to do. Continue reading →
Privacy is a huge concern for almost every iPhone user. We’ve seen controversies in the past dealing with users’ location data being recorded and even contact data being accessed without permission. So for most iPhone users it’s a no-brainer to set up a 4 digit passcode to keep thieves from gaining access to your phone.
But what if you’re in a trusted area like your home or office? Should you still be required to enter your passcode even though theft is unlikely? Of course, that’s up to you, but if you’re sick of entering your passcode in the confines of your home, a jailbreak tweak called CleverPin attempts to remedy that inconvenience. Continue reading →