We have collected the best jailbreak apps and tweaks round up this week. You should be interested.
1. WebSpot - View A Web Site In Place of SpotLight - Free
Do you find SpotLight useless? Many people do – with the addition of Siri and with jailbreak tweaks making accessing iOS easier than ever, SpotLight has lost most of its luster. If you want to replace SpotLight with something else, then a new jailbreak tweak dubbed WebSpot by iOS developer Vladislav Korotnev might fit your tastes better. It puts a Web site of your choice where SpotLight would normally load up.
2. BatteryLevelAE - In-Depth Battery Information From Siri - $1
There are a handful of tweaks in Cydia allowing you to query Siri about your battery percentage, however chances are you have the battery percentage on your status bar already, so it’s not too helpful. In an attempt to make Siri more useful when conveying battery information, BatteryLevelAE by iOS developer Bilal S. Sayed Ahmad was born. It is an AssistantExtensions add-on, and therefore installing it will require the installation of AssistantExtensions as a dependency.
3. Data Usage Monitor - Watch Yourself Use Your Data In Real Time - $1.99
One thing most smartphone owners, Android owners inclusive, have to keep an eye out for is going over their monthly data cap limits. There are still a handful of people who are on unlimited data plans, but a majority is not. For that purpose, iOS developer Elias Limneos has devised a new jailbreak tweak dubbed Data Usage Monitor so you can view how much of your data is being used in real time from the status bar as you can see from the screenshot above.
4. Gamer - Time Your iOS Gaming Wisely - $1.50
Are you one of the many people having a hard time managing your time when you are lost in a good game? Does it cause you to get back to work too late by mistake? A new jailbreak tweak dubbed Gamer will help you manage your time with gaming by keeping you on a time limit. The tweak will set you back $1.50 to reserve your copy, but it has some really cool features any avid iOS gamers will have to try out.
5. NCSettings - A Mini SBSettings For Notification Center - Free
Jailbreakers should be familiar with SBSettings, but if it's too complicated for you, now you have a new choice. NCSettings is a new tweak which adds some useful toggles and settings right to iOS 5’s Notification Center in a simple widget form.
6. CardSwitcher - webOS Style Multitasking on the iPhone - $1.99
The ‘App Switcher’ has been an integration into the iDevice’s operating system from roughly iOS 4 onwards, now it has always been a good addition, but it could without doubt be improved. Hence why we see an abundance of tweaks designed to do just that, make the app switcher better, and more functional. CardSwitcher 2.0 does just that, and it does it extremely well. As an update to a previous tweak, the CardSwitcher interface is now more solid, and comes with an optional interface called ‘grid’. Both of these work fantastically well, and feel so much like iOS it’s difficult to see why Apple won’t include it in the next OS version, whenever that may be.
7. DockHide - Hide Your iOS Dock On Demand - Free
Have you ever wanted to hide your dock on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch just like you can on your Mac? A new free jailbreak tweak dubbed DockHide by iOS developer Pathkiller29 will let you hide the dock and all of the applications on it very quickly and easily. As shown by the screenshots above, you can tell there are some different options to toy around with and those options are shown
8. SimpleHapticKeyboard - Haptic Feedback for iPhone – Free
With the array of rumors that surfaced about the iPad 3, one that popped up around a week prior to the announcement was that the iPad would bring haptic feedback. This is the technology which gives some sort of conformation, whether it be a vibration, sound or otherwise, when you press a key on your keyboard. Now, unfortunately we missed this technology in the ‘new ipad’ however this jailbreak tweak will probably give you some pleasure if you feel like you missed out!
Come on, there should be one your favorite, leave your thoughts please. I personally perfer SimpleHapticKeyboard best, it's awesome! What about you?