1. AssistantServer Installer
If you don’t have an iPhone 4S, but still want to experience Siri, chances are you’ve already done so through one of a variety of existing methods. AssistantServer Installer is yet the latest way to do so, and the cool thing about it is that it requires minimal configuration to get it up and running at a very basic level…
Most of us simply use our iOS device from day to day, taking its speed and fluidity for granted. These junk files can slow down performance and worse, take up your limited, valuable space. If you take a moment to refresh your sources in Cydia today, you will find a new free utility application dubbed iCleaner by iOS developer Exile.90. The application works similarly to the popular CCleaner utility application for Windows and Mac OS X – cleaning the computer of junk files that accumulate and take up space.
While the iOS home screen is generally simple to navigate in itself, we still continuously look for ways to make it easier to get to certain applications we use on an everyday basis. If you are one of these people, then you may want to refresh your Cydia sources to find a new free jailbreak tweak dubbed SpinTask by iOS developer Ariel Auiz. It even comes loaded with options in its preferences pane from the Settings application.
4. Speaker SBSettings Toggle
Speaker SBSettings Toggle is one such tweak that has been designed exclusively for SBSettings. If you have it installed on your iPhone, you will get a new toggle on your device, and you will be able to enable or disable speaker mode for incoming calls quickly.
Memory (RAM) is an important thing to know about, however Apple has a habit of keeping it concealed from our view both in terms of hardware and software. Some jailbreak applications such as IntelliScreenX and SBSettings give us the ability to view how much of our RAM is free at one given time. If you are not too keen on having all of those features on your iOS device and you just want a simple, free RAM indicator in Notification Center, then maybe you should take a look at a new Notification Center widget dubbed ncRAM for Notification Center by iOS developer drewsdunne.
6. Software Update Killer
When you are jailbroken and happy with your untethered jailbreak, the last thing you want to do is accidentally update your software using Apple’s over the air (OTA) updating service. The service will badger you about updates endlessly, both with application icon badges, internal application indicators, and with the software update download and install pane. There are free jailbreak tweaks with the ability to disable the application icon badge, however to go more in depth with getting rid of these endless notifications, you will need to take a look at a new jailbreak tweak dubbed Software Update Killer by iOS developer Lunatik.