One of the iPhone or iPad’s biggest restrictions on the default OS is the ability to navigate the device’s file system. This prevents you from being to work with a lot of office applications, such as Word, PowerPoint, or Excel, unless you buy the applications yourself. It also prevents you from using your device as a portable drive for transferring files. However, with iFile from the BigBoss repo, you are able to do all of this and even more.
Do you own a lot of applications on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch? If so, chances are that little number on your App Store application, telling you how many applications need updating, is pretty high. The highest I’ve seen mine be at is over 80, what’s yours? Anyhow, that’s not important. You’ll never have to worry about updating your applications again with Auto App Updater from the ModMyi repo.
If you own an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, you are running iOS. Apple’s iOS is packed with a ton of neat features, but the capabilities you are stuck with on the operating system are limited. What if you want to change something that Apple doesn’t allow you to? What if you want applications that wouldn’t be allowed on Apple’s app store? Through jailbreaking, you can get much more out of your iDevice. But with big changes comes lots of questions – we try to answer the most common ones here.
Have you ever wanted to record your phone calls on your iPhone and listen to them later? Have you ever had important business calls where you’ve had to try and remember vital information, or schedule appointments over the phone which you are likely to forget? Well now you’re able to record these calls directly onto your device with Audio Recorder. Unlike other call recording apps which store the phone calls on a remote server, Audio Recorder from Elias records the calls directly on the device.
Having everything the same is boring, right? Especially if its a standard color, like black or white. Since the beginning of iOS, the color of the labels of iOS applications have always been the same, and Apple has yet to offer a way to change it. White in color, same font, with no option to change them. Well now with RandomLabels, a Cydia tweak developed by Danieltaub, you are able to do just that.
All the way back in 2010 when iOS 4 was released, one of the most talked about new features was the ability to create folders on your device by dragging an application on top of another. Along with that came one of the most talked about complaints – only 12 applications were allowed within a single folder. Three years later, in 2013, Apple still stands by their 12 app limit per folder, so jailbreak tweak developer Chpwn has created a tweak that’s fixed that – and it’s called Infinifolders.
Have you ever thought the default animation when scrolling through pages of apps on your springboard was boring? Simply transitioning from side to side, it sure is upsetting that Apple has not made that animation customizable. Lucky for iOS users, developer Aaron Ash has developed a way to change this with his jailbreak tweak called Barrel.