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Top 5 Must Have Jailbreak Apps: Part 3

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Wow, so I’m guessing you are all probably really sick of hearing about the 3.0 software. Ok, I really don’t believe that but you never know. So how about some jailbreak conversation? You say you’re still on the fence on whether or not to jailbreak your iPhone even after ourTop 5 Must Have Jailbreak Apps Part 1 and Part 2? After reading this you should have hopefully made your decision one way or another. So buckle up and I will take you for a ride… on the wild jailbreak side.

***All of the following apps can be downloaded via Cydia on your Jailbroken iPhone.

More after the break!

1. xGPS

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For all of you who are looking for that Turn-by-Turn GPS solution, this first jailbreak app, xGPS has your answer. This is the first app available to bring turn-by-turn directions to your iPhone. It has recently been updated to version 1.2 and — until Apple allows them into the App Store — is the best application available for the iPhone for Turn-by-Turn. This version also includes voice instructions support.

 

2. Snapture

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This application is for those who think that Apple didn’t give enough features — or I should say any features — to the iPhones camera. With Snapture you can take multiple shots at once, take black and white photos, and it even allows you to zoom. Snapture has a sleek user interface, and allows you to take photos by touching anywhere on the screen, or even by using the volume button which happens to be a very welcomed add on. Again, a third party jailbreak developer is picking up Apple’s slack.

 

 

 

3. iBluetooth

This next one was covered by TiPb a while back, iBluetooth. Yes, we know that iPhone 3.0 should eliminate the need for this application but until you can get your hands on 3.0, this should hold you over. Also, with iBluetooth you can enjoy a little Apple-unsupported OBEX Bluetooth file transfer, which simply means, for example, you can share images from iPhone to iPhone or iPhone to another mobile phone or computer, etc…

4. QuickReply

Apple should really pay close attention to the following application from iReal. QuickReply is a plugin that allows you to reply to a new SMS right from the onscreen popup screen, so there is no need to have to exit your current application to reply to a SMS message. Pretty nifty indeed. This application also gives you the option to call the contact instead of replying via SMS which is also a nice feature to have at your fingertips. (Maybe Apple should also look at this as part of a notification system overhaul, hint, hint).

5. QuickSMS

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This 5th and final app we have for you today is also from iReal. QuickSMS is simply a plugin that allows you to compose a new SMS message to anyone from any application on your iPhone. You can launch QuickSMS anytime by hitting the Volume Up button. This will pop up window and from here you can create a new SMS or call a contact. So gone will be the days when you had to enter your Phone or SMS apps!

Sadly, none of us know what the future of jailbreaking will be with iPhone 3.0 and all of the great new features it brings to the table. This very well may be one of the final Top 5 Must Have Jailbreak Apps articles that get written on TiPb. Until 3.0 is officially released this summer, however, hopefully reading this finally gave you that push off the fence onto jailbreaking the 2.2.1 firmware!

TiPb Answers: Why Does My iPhone Think it’s in a Different State?

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TiPb loves answering your questions, but we also love sharing our answers with the community in hopes that more people will benefit, and even better answers will present themselves (hey, that’s why we have them forums!). Today’s question comes from Stupendoussteve on Twitter:

ever heard of iPhone finding you at a previous address, states away, where you’ve never even taken the phone (post restore)?

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We have! And TiPb answers after the break!

The iPhone uses Location Services to determine where it is. Location Services uses three (3) distinct technologies, from the more gross to the more granular, and different iPhones (and iPod touches) support different levels.

The most precise, supported only by the iPhone 3G, is aGPS. aGPS uses cell tower-based GPS crunching to give you a fairly tight indication of your current position. In the middle, supported by iPhone 3G and the original iPhone 2G, is cell tower positioning. Google mapped all cell towers in the US (and other countries), recorded their GPS locations, and then tries to triangulate where you are if it doesn’t have — or can’t get to — an aGPS signal proper. The last — and the one causing your problem — is WiFi router mapping.

What happened was a company called Skyhook got into a bunch of vans, drove around the US (and other countries), detected WiFi routers in homes and businesses, and recorded their unique IDs along with their GPS locations.

For iPod touches, and for iPhones that aren’t getting good, this is the final and least accurate method Location Services uses to find out where you are. The problem you’re encountering is likely that Skyhook recorded the location of your WiFi router when you lived in another state, and now when your iPhone is finding it, it still thinks you’re at that old address, across town, or across the country.

Skyhook may eventually drive around and re-map your WiFi router, or you can go to SkyhookWireless.com and manually re-locate your WiFi in their system — though in our experience it can take a long time for them to update either way.

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Cydia is a 3rd party software application developed by the notorious jailbreaker Jay Freeman (known in the jailbreak community as Saurik). Cydia is basically a great alternative to Apple’s App Store, it even looks alike so that users may not encounter any problems when browsing for apps and programs. In Cydia Store you can find all sort of apps and useful tweaks that are simply great and haven’t been accepted in the App Store due to various reasons. You can find your desired apps by browsing repositories and well know sources that list these packages. We have a detailed list of the best Cydia sources and also a great tutorial on how to add Cydia repositories.

I know that most people have the same question in mind: how to install Cydia on iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. The answer is clear as daylight: you don’t install Cydia! You need to jailbreak your iDevice in order to get access to Cydia and after you have jailbroken your iDevice the Cydia icon will automatically pop up on your home-screen. This is a very common mistake and people are very confusing regarding the installation of Cydia, that’s why i decided to write this short article and to clarify things.

Like i said above you need to jailbreak your iDevice in order to get Cydia, but the jailbreak process can get complicated, especially for beginners. Sometimes, even if you manage to complete the jailbreak process you might end up with a lot of issues, rendering the jailbreak useless. Because of the large number of jailbreak software and versions it can be tricky just no figure out which one can jailbreak your iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch model / iOS version and that’s why it is always recommended that you turn to professionals that will guide you through the whole process and offer support if anythings goes wrong.

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Here at iPhoneAppCode we do our best to help our readers but we can’t offer support and guidance to each and every one because we are only a couple and you guys are so many, so we’ve decided to find a partner that can do it for us.

After a thorough research among all the sites that offer jailbreak services we’ve picked one, and i have to say that they really deliver. They have the lowest prices and offer 24 /7 support, and also a 100% satisfaction guarantee. So instead of wasting days to figure out which software to use and how to fix your iPhone if something goes wrong, join newestiphone.com and let the professionals do it for you.

hat Will Apple’s Next Generation iPhone 2,1 be Called?

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I was hoping Apple’s third generation iPhone — widely expected to be announced at WWDC 2009 — would have a huge screen and lend itself perfectly to the name iPhone HD. After all, Apple has been promoting HD a lot lately with their iTunes offerings.

Absent that huge screen, however, the last Phone different podcast had Dieter and I wondering what else Apple could have up their black, turtle-necked sleeves when it comes to branding?

iPhone 4G would require 4G LTE wireless networks, which haven’t even begun to be rolled out yet, so last year’s scheme is out.
iPhone 3.5/3.9G is likewise a non-starter. HSPA+ radio or not, that’s just too inelegant for Apple,
iPhone 32GB is what the telco leaks have been splashing all over the internet. This too seems unlikely, as it paints Apple into every bit as much of a techno-corner as the radio-based names.

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iPhone Pro fits with Mac Pro and MacBook Pro (and even Final Cut Pro), but Dieter points out that beyond my little Apple-verse, that terms is already used and abused by Palm Treo Pro, HTC Touch Pro, and a variety of other stylus-wielding Windows Phones. That alone might sour Apple.
iPhone, sans descriptor is always a possibility. After all, it’s not iMac X, Y, or Z, it’s just iMac. Whether internal documents say iPhone 2,1 or iPhone 3rd Generation, Apple could be ballsy enough at this point to just stick with the unadorned moniker.
What do you think, one of the above or something else entirely? Come WWDC, when Schiller or Joz or whomever whips out that new iPhone, what are they going to call it?

Step 1
Download the required file linked below and put them on your desktop.
Download iOS 4.3.3 for your device.
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iPhone3,1_4.3.3_8J2_Restore.ipsw (GSM)IPhone 3GSIPod Touch 4GiPod4,1_4.3.3_8J2_Restore.ipswIPod Touch 3GiPod3,1_4.3.3_8J2_Restore.ipswIPadiPad1,1_4.3.3_8J3_Restore.ipsw
Download Sn0wBreeze 2.7.2
Download iTunes 10.2.2 and install it.
Step 2
Run the Sn0wBreeze.exe. Hit Ok and then Close Credits button, and then hit the next button.

Step 3
Either drag and drop the iOS 4.3.3 firmware file in the given drop-box or hit the Browse button and select the downloaded iOS 4.3.3 IPSW file.
Sn0wBreeze will identify the IPSW firmware file. When done, hit the next button.

Step 4
Now ?select the Expert Mode and Hit next button.Now select General.

Step 5
iPhone Users:
**If you depend on unlock make sure
Activate The iPhone [Hacktivate] option is checked/selected.Then keep hitting Next.

Step 6
Now select the Build IPSW option and hit next.Sn0wBreeze will start building custom firmware for your device. Since the building process takes several minutes to complete, you can either choose to play PacMan or stick with the Spinner.Once Done Hit the OK button. (Custom firmware can be found on desktop)


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Step 7
Now follow the on screen instructions to put your iDevices into Pwned State. Sn0wBreeze instructions are important to follow because this will put iDevice into Pwned DFU state NOT the simple DFU mode.
Hold Power + Home buttons for 10 seconds release the Power button but keep holding the Home button for 10-30 more seconds device should now be in DFU mode


Sn0wBreeze will prompt you once you’re into Pwned DFU state.

Step 8
Now open iTunes, Hold down the Shift key and hit the Restore button.Browse and select the custom firmware that we just created, from the desktop.

iTunes will start restoring iOS 4.3.3 on your iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch. Once the restore process is complete, your will have your device on jailbroken state.

Get the best Infinix phone in town of Kenya

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There is so much this season from the Infinix smartphone basket. As usual, a lot of good things are up for grabs, and there are many options of which am sure you will be lost of choices. Those who own Infinix phones will tell you for sure that they will either pick an Infinix phone or an Cubot phone. There is, therefore, no other option in this case because once you have this smartphone; you become a loyalist to it without any question.

There is also another group of people; this is the group that is entirely obsessed with what is new in town. Interestingly they will get another Infinix phone after another in the process of keeping in touch with technology. This is a group of interesting people as they know the A-Z of smartphones in Kenya and the world. I always see them as an interesting lot because they keep their peers updated to make sure that they don’t get phones that will frustrate them.  This category of people has very few and most of the times young students obsessed about technology. There is another group that is not aware of developments in the smartphone technology; all they need is a touch screen phone that has a camera, the internet and the basics. The subject of OS, battery capacity, etc. is Greek to them. This is the group that I want to enlighten about the Infinix smartphone and what it can do for them. Let us take a look at some of the available Infinix phones around.

List of Infinix phones in Kenya

  • Infinix Alpha Marvel X502
  • Infinix Zero X506
  • Infinix Alpha X570
  • Infinix Hot X507
  • Infinix Race Jet X505

Infinix Alpha Marvel X502

This is the Infinix smartphone that made its official entry into Kenya introducing this brand to the Kenyan market. It was received with much anticipation by the people probably because of its functionalities and the fair price that it came with which was much lower that that of its competitors. Some of the features of this smartphone that made people fall in love with it are quite many. It runs on a much older Android OS which is the jelly bean; this does not disqualify this phone because it has some cool features that overshadow that fact. The camera is 13MP rear and a 5MP front camera that will give you the best photos at any time. It comes with a 1GB RAM for the efficient speed that you need in your phone. The internal memory is 16GB, which will store all your data without you having the need to get an external memory card. Apart from the specs, something else that makes this smartphone tick are other abilities such as having a secondary mic that enhances the audibility of a call made in noisy places. Another cool thing about this phone is that it has an inbuilt proximity sensor that will prevent you from having unnecessary input when the phone is in your ear. This smartphone can be handled easily because of its 5-inch screen. The price is quite friendly.

Infinix Zero X506

This is the upgrade of the alpha marvel that comes with better things than its predecessor.  This smartphone will give you a screen that is scratch resistant giving your phone screen a brand new look each and every day. This is accredited to the fact that Infinix has used the Corning Gorilla to make a screen that is strong to serve you longer. It is a slim phone whose design will not disappoint you at any day. Nowadays no one needs a smartphone that that is bulky and has a dull design everyone wants something flashy.  It has an eight-core processor that ensures that you are updated with the latest app in town so that you don’t have to miss out anymore. The 1GB RAM that this phone comes with will not also disappoint you as it will ensure that it gives you the best speed for you to run all the apps on your phone. The storage is not as large as the alpha marvel Infinix because it has a capacity of 8GB. The best thing about this phone is probably because it runs on a 4.4.2 KitKat Android version that gives you a better experience. I would say that this smartphone will do you some good if you like to keep it simple.

Infinix Alpha X570

If you love watching movies and having fun with games, this Infinix smartphone will come in handy for you. It has a 5.7-inch screen that has an amazing display for a great viewer experience. The back of this phone is curved giving it a unique yet appealing style that is not found in most phones. It is something that is worth showing around to your friends. The camera boasts of a 12MP back and 5MP front camera, the technology used in this camera makes it possible for phones taken under low light intensity become clear. The front camera will also not disappoint your selfie venture as it gives images that are sharp and clear. Its storage is 16GB which is large enough than most phones around. It runs on the jelly bean Android platform and this is not as bad although for such a phone you expect an upgrade in the operating system. Just like the other Infinix phones, this is one of those that are quite affordable to most people.

Infinix Hot X507

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The catchy thing about this smartphone is the color; it has colors that blend well with the young generation and the young at heart. This phone has a plastic body which makes it more attractive when you add this to the color that it has. It has a 5 inch display that will perfectly fit in pockets as well as in your hand. This smartphone gives the user less to worry about in terms of having a bulky phone that cannot even fit into your pocket. It has dual sim slots which I think is a good thing to users who have more than one simcard. This reduces the need to curry multiple phones to have places to keep your sim cards.  The RAM in 1GB and the internal storage is 16GB, which is perfect for your speed as well as storing data. I think its also a great phone to those that love keeping it simple.

Infinix Race Jet X505

Infinix Jet is as fast as its name suggests, it has a 4G network connectivity meaning that it will give you a super fast experience. When it comes to streaming of live videos, this is the smartphone that will not let you down. Making video calls, Skype, surfing will now be on a new level with this phone. With the speed, it has something more to it, style. It gives you color that is not boring and will light up your world anytime you are using the phone.  It comes in blue, white, black champagne color or red. It gives you a wide variety to choose from, and I believe that no one has been left out in terms of color. This smartphone provides 8MP rear and 5MP front camera with sensors that make it possible for photos to be taken under low light intensity. Something else to note about this brand of the Infinix phone is that its battery capacity is built to cope with all the activities that you will have to carry out with your phone. It has a capacity of 2020mAh which is better that the phones that are before this one. The Android platform that it runs on is the kitkat version which is a good thing for this phone to keep up with the recent apps that you may want to have. I think that they did not do justice to the internal storage of this phone because it has a storage of 8GB which is lower than the Infinix phones that had preceded this one. It is a good phone for people who love fast connectivity as the price is affordable to most people.

 

Belong to the future

Infinix smartphones have come with a bang to the Kenyan market and have been received well than other brands that have dared to do that. One thing to look out for is the constant upgrade of this smartphone, with a short span of time they have been able to introduce new brands that we can agree, have some improvements than the previous ones. I believe that if they were to work on the battery capacity or something like the camera they would get a great boost regarding their client base.

Declaim: The best thing is that the Infinix smartphones listed above are not the only ones in Kenya; there is more of great things in store for those who love updates on smartphones. There is still so much information on the Infinix phones all over the internet. You can never lack an answer from there. Mean while we keep on waiting for more surprises from the Infinix smartphones.

Dev-Team: Palm Pre May Track User Location, but 3rd Party iPhone Apps Do Too!

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The iPhone Dev-Team take a break from the Jailbreak to throw some light on the issue of 3rd party iPhone apps tracking users’ location. Joey Hess and our friends over at PreCentral.net kicked up a bit of a ruckus last week detailing how the Palm Pre reports users’ location data back to Palm HQ. Well, says the Dev-Team:

Although we have yet to find an application by Apple that tracks your location, there are certainly a number of “free” applications in the official AppStore that are designed to do just that. Case in point: there’s this rather cute/gimicky app that lets you determine the tip for your waiter or waitress by tilting your phone as you pass it around the restaurant table. But if you dig a little deeper (like bushing did) you’ll find it uses a library by Pinch Media that is specifically designed to track your geographical location through time, then upload that data to Pinch Media. (Oh and it also show you an ad, as an extra bonus).

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They point out that the iPhone will ask before any app is allowed to use location data, but also that it will keep asking to the extent that users might just agree to prevent being constantly annoyed with popups.

The Dev-Team goes so far as to describe these types of apps using the dreaded “s” word. That’s right — SPYWARE. However, in a web increasingly dominated by companies seeking to aggregate (hopefully anonymized?!) user data as a way to monetize (providing free or cheap apps in exchange for the shared data and tolerance for advertising), how broadly can that term now be applied? Many, especially tech-savvy, users are happy to let Google’s Gmail scan their email and serve ads in exchange for the service (and don’t even get us started on Chrome parsing all URLs a user enters through Google, or their purchase of DoubleClick…)

Should we be concerned more about small, 3rd party companies? About Apple, Palm, and Google-type companies? Or is it just the way of the world now?

How about this — Perhaps Apple could give us app-specific Location settings, much as we now have app-specific Notification settings? That way, there’d be a list of apps that use location, and we could individually turn off those with which we don’t want to share our location. How about it, Apple?

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The iPhone Dev-Team take a break from the Jailbreak to throw some light on the issue of 3rd party iPhone apps tracking users’ location. Joey Hess and our friends over at PreCentral.net kicked up a bit of a ruckus last week detailing how the Palm Pre reports users’ location data back to Palm HQ. Well, says the Dev-Team:

Although we have yet to find an application by Apple that tracks your location, there are certainly a number of “free” applications in the official AppStore that are designed to do just that. Case in point: there’s this rather cute/gimicky app that lets you determine the tip for your waiter or waitress by tilting your phone as you pass it around the restaurant table. But if you dig a little deeper (like bushing did) you’ll find it uses a library by Pinch Media that is specifically designed to track your geographical location through time, then upload that data to Pinch Media. (Oh and it also show you an ad, as an extra bonus).

They point out that the iPhone will ask before any app is allowed to use location data, but also that it will keep asking to the extent that users might just agree to prevent being constantly annoyed with popups.

The Dev-Team goes so far as to describe these types of apps using the dreaded “s” word. That’s right — SPYWARE. However, in a web increasingly dominated by companies seeking to aggregate (hopefully anonymized?!) user data as a way to monetize (providing free or cheap apps in exchange for the shared data and tolerance for advertising), how broadly can that term now be applied? Many, especially tech-savvy, users are happy to let Google’s Gmail scan their email and serve ads in exchange for the service (and don’t even get us started on Chrome parsing all URLs a user enters through Google, or their purchase of DoubleClick…)

Should we be concerned more about small, 3rd party companies? About Apple, Palm, and Google-type companies? Or is it just the way of the world now?

How about this — Perhaps Apple could give us app-specific Location settings, much as we now have app-specific Notification settings? That way, there’d be a list of apps that use location, and we could individually turn off those with which we don’t want to share our location. How about it, Apple?

Speed Brain for the iPhone: Exercise Your Brain!

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It’s easy to get overwhelmed these days with the avalanche of information about how to get fit, take care of your body, live longer, live better,  eat better, and so on. Diets come and go, new fitness machines are peddled faster than you can say “infomercial” and Chuck Norris’ age seems to be the only constant.

It may be easy, then, to ignore the brain and forget the old adage ”mind over matter.” Without the mind, it won’t really matter. The folks at lumosity.com understand the importance of exercising your brain and have a scientifically-proven method for doing so. Fortunately, exercising your brain doesn’t require expensive equipment or hauling around heavy workout apparatus – if you own an iPhone or iPod Touch and can summon the physical strength to tap the glass, you can start exercising your brain now with their app, Speed Brain.

How does Speed Brain work? Read on after the break!

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Speed Brain quickens the mind through a series of matching or mismatched images that the user must then quickly react and identify matching images in quick succession. Accuracy and speed will produce a higher score, which will be saved to monitor your progress and for comparison with your friends who are also using Speed Brain.

The interface is very simple and easy to use. As the images flash in front of you, just select “No Match” or “Match” as quickly as you can. You receive instant feedback when a selection is correct or incorrect, and the goal, of course, is to get as many correct as possible using the least amount of time you can to react and tap.

From my own experience after using Speed Brain over the course of several days, I have improved my time, accuracy and score. I can make decisions more quickly with respect to the symbol matching or not matching the previous symbol. Just moments ago, I used Speed Brain and was 100% accurate in my matching. Now, the challenge will be to consistently produce 100% accuracy in matching while getting it done faster and faster.

The BigBoss source is a default source that you will get once you finish jailbreaking on your device. It will be added automatically once you start Cydia application and configure its files. Here, you can find a great opportunity to download many amazing Cydia tweaks, apps, themes and wallpapers. This source is the most popular source for free Cydia apps and tweaks.

Now I want to show you some of the most important Cydia apps that you can find on the BigBoss Source. The most important is the iFile, a simple tweak that gives you full access to every file in the operating system. In this way, you will be able to modify, change or delete any file you want. The Activator tweak is the most popular app to create various system shortcuts. With a simple slide of hand, you are able to start Camera, to turn on
Bluetooth or radio and many other great things. Another notable app is the BiteSMS. This tweak has become quite famous once millions of users download it from Cydia download. It will bring you multiple features for the SMS option. You will be able to change the background, the keyboard or to assign photos to contacts to show them when typing or receiving a message. I am convinced that you are all familiar with the SBSettings tweaks. This is one of the most popular Cydia tweaks and it offers you access to the most important features such as the Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or 3G without exiting the running application.

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The Categories tweak is very useful because it allows you to create categories of apps and tweaks installed and displayed on the Springboard of your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. It will be easier to look up for a certain app once you have arranged them, as you want and need. If you want to have access to the most important Cydia tweaks and apps, you should visit the BigBoss source right away. You will find many other amazing Cydia apps if you browse this source.

App Review: Hurricane Tracking for the iPhone

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Back when I lived in Florida, hurricanes were a yearly concern. Now that I am in Texas, they don’t play such a prominent role but they are still something to think about. Hurricane is an app designed to try to take away some of that concern.

I have actually had this app for well over 4 months, but I wanted to wait till the middle of hurricane season so I could see it in action. And let me say, the app generally performs very well. The app starts off with a screen where you can select Atlantic or Pacific hurricanes, and then gives you a list of the active storms as well as completed storms. When you click on a storm, you can look at the radar loop, projected path, tracking map, satellite images, and bulletins. All of this allows you to try to keep on top of these potentially devastating storms.

In addition, you can look a historical storms (from last year going back to 1851) and specific data feeds (like satellite images) from a variety of sources. For people with little hurricane experience, you can also see how hurricanes are rated on the Saffir-Simpson scale. While it certainly isn’t necessary, it would be nice to have some sort of hurricane checklist included (what to do, or not do, when one hits, for example).

Unfortunately, the app doesn’t provide any customization options. You can specify your location and only look at storms that may hit you. You can’t mark a storm as a “favorite” to keep close tabs on it. You don’t get push notifications when a storm status changes (or a new alert is released). These are all kinds of features that would put this app into an elite category. In addition, there is no ability to sort or search the historical data. I can’t look for all historical Cat 5 storms that have him Florida, for example. If I am curious about how frequently a specific area has been hit, I can’t only include storm that hit Texas. The historical data is nice, but in the present form it is a little unwieldy unless you know exactly what you are looking for.

Conclusion

As hurricane tracking apps go, this is a nicely designed app, giving you a lot of the pertinent and critical information. If you live in a hurricane prone area, it could certainly be worth the $3.99 price. However, the app is missing some features that would move it into a premium app category (which, I should note, I haven’t seen in other hurricane apps as well).

Cydia Store has proved its utility during time with all those amazing tweaks and apps available for download. This platform encompasses millions of great tweaks, which are meant to make all iDevices powerful and stronger while enhancing their functionality. As a primordial condition to get access over this great platform of tweaks and apps is to jailbreak your iOS device. Fortunately, there are many jailbreak tools that can help you to perform this process.

Back to out things, I want to show you some important Cydia apps for iOS in 2012. Some of you might be familiar with these must have Cydia apps because some of them are only updated to be compatible with iOS 6. With the only desire of making you aware of some great Cydia tweaks for iOS 6, I will try to gather the most important ones in a Must Have Cydia Apps for iOS in 2012 list.
SBSettings1. The first Cydia tweak I want to mention here is the Winterboard. This already famous tweak gives us the possibility of changing themes, icons and backgrounds, as we want. Throughout Cydia store, you can find hundreds of impressive themes that can transform your dull device in something pretty interesting.

2. Secondly, the SBSettings is quite useful if you want make shortcuts for other apps and settings right in the Notification Center. For example, you can turn on/off Wi-Fi easily if you place this respective shortcut. The same thing goes with Bluetooth or the level of brightness.

3. The Activation is one of the must have Cydia apps for iOS 6 if you ask me. This simple but in the same time, amazing tweak allows you to assign various gestures in order to launch certain apps or to change settings. It is easier and more convenient for those of you who hate browsing throughout their devices for a particular feature.

4. Five Icon Dock has been around for so long but it is still useful especially for those of you who still do not own an iPhone 5 yet. This simple app will turn your Four Icon Dock in a Five Icon Dock. This means more room for you to place your favorite apps and tweaks for a quicker access and use.

5. In the last part, I want to mention one of the best iOS 6 apps in 2012 for iPhone, iPod and iPad. The SwipeSelection tweak brings you new ways of editing, changing, copying and moving text from one way to another, while you move the cursor by swiping on the keyboard. I know that it will turn out to be quite useful for those of you who send larger mails or who read e-books.

If you want to have a stronger iPhone, iPad or iPod, you need to know where to look for the best Cydia apps for iOS 6. This short must have Cydia apps list for iOS 6 contains only several notable apps. The Cydia store is a platform with millions of tweaks waiting for you to download them.

Learn more: http://www.readaloo.com/best-infinix-phones-kenya/