1. LiveClock - FREE
LiveClock is far from being released just this week, however it was updated this week for the first time in what seems like forever with support for iOS 5.1.1. Ryan Petrich took the project back from the developer he handed it down to and updated it so the Clock application icons on our iOS 5.1.1 devices could tick and tock once more.
2. Grafiti - $0.99
Grafiti is a new jailbreak tweak by IanP that allows you to send drawn pictures to your friends’ cell phones and iOS devices. The tweak lets you draw pictures using RGB sliders to pick your colors and a weight adjustment to adjust the weight of the lines you draw. It comes complete with redo and undo buttons and once finished, you tap done and send it off. It gets sent as a picture message, so it works with all devices that support MMS and iMessage.
3. Chrome Download Manager - $3.00
Chrome Download Manager is a new jailbreak tweak by iOS developer Skram that adds a fully visual download manager to Google Chrome for iOS. It shows you your download progress, download speed, file size, and destination directory and lets you open your downloaded files with iFile. Chrome Download Manager works with several different file types and it integrates nicely into the browser with badge alerts and notifications when downloads complete. If you’re a Google Chrome nut, then this is a tweak you have to check out!
4. BrightnessPlug - FREE
BrightnessPlug is a new jailbreak tweak which allows the user to add ‘extra’ brightness to your device, when it is plugged into power. This works pretty well for people who want more brightness, but what about people who want less? I generally plug my phone in at night, which means I want a dimmer phone, not a brighter one! However I have spoken to the developer about this, and he has told me he is planning to release a kind of ‘reverse’ mode for such an occasion.
5. Maximization - FREE
Maximization is a new free jailbreak tweak by iOS developer Rudolf Lichtner that allows you to force all applications to run in full-screen mode. The tweak completely hides the status bar in all selected applications, which gives you an extra 20 pixels of interface. In addition, you can pull down from the top of the screen to reveal the Notification Center grabber tab and it will show you both the time and your battery percentage. Maximization doesn’t affect your status bar on the home screen or the lock screen. It was made to help increase your user interface and decrease surrounding clutter.
6. Handwriting Recognition - FREE
For those of you that thought it would be awesome to have something similar with Google Handwrite for iOS, you may be interested in a new jailbreak tweak dubbed Handwriting Recognition by iOS developer Felix. As shown above, the tweak uses Action Menu – an application by Ryan Petrich – to add a new button to the keyboard's copy and paste interface. The new button has a label that says, "draw" and tapping on it will launch an interface with a transparent-black screen and an OK button at the bottom.
via modmyi via jailbreaknation