3 Crucial Cydia Apps for Jailbroken Devices

If you own an iOS device, and you want to make it better while customizing pretty much any aspect, then you have come to the right place. Here, I will show you how you can add plenty of few features and options by making use of the best Cydia apps and tweaks.

As some of you might already know, Cydia download store is a third-party app platform designed for jailbroken devices, where users can find and download pretty much any type of app, tweak, theme, game, emulators or wallpapers. As you can see, this amazing app platform gives enough resources to deal with any problems, issues or desires you want to for your device.

However, before I continue with announcing some of the best Cydia apps and tweaks at this time I want to tell you the only way in which you can get your hands on this amazing App Store alternative. Well, despite what it may look like, the whole process is quite simple. However, in order to get Cydia download store, you need to start jailbreak on your device. For this, you have various options available, and all of them are completely safe and secure.

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Activator

If you already dealt with jailbreaking and Cydia before, I am sure that you already know what Activator means. This amazing tweak gives you the possibility to assign various shortcuts through different gestures in order to initiate multiple actions. As you know, the home button on the iOS device is the only physical button, and it does two things. You can leave the app and return to the home screen, or with a double tap, you can switch to previous apps. However, with Activator, this button will become much more than this. You can launch entirely new actions or from interactions with your iDevice, when it is on the lock screen or connected to a power. Now, you can launch apps, mute the device or control the brightness in any number of ways. Moreover, Activator works pretty close with many other Cydia apps. In fact, if you want to try it out, Activator is completely free of charge.

Display Out

Appleā€™s AirPlay is a useful tool, and it can really help you in many situations, but, as you know, this software might become quite limited. With Display Out, you can directly mirror the entire operating system, including any app, to any AirPlay capable devices. In the same time, you can get full control over the way everything is mirrored to a television, such as resolution or brightness. In case you are interested, Display out is only $2.99, but it can become a great addition to any jailbroken iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

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SBSettings

I do not know if this amazing application needs further introduction. After a couple of years of existence, I am sure that most of you already know what SBSettings can do for your device. However, in case you want to remember, SBSettings allows you to change settings on iOS devices without opening the Settings apps. Now, you can turn on or off features such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, brightness or Airplane mode.

Will Be A Deal Between Samsung And Apple?

Apple, Samsung and as expected have neglected to negotiate a resolution in advance of a yet another trial within their long-running patent fight.
Based on a report executives met to discuss a resolution, but failed to discover common ground.

 
In January, the technology giants consented to meet a mediator in the hopes of coming to an understanding ahead of next month’s trial. But no one believed a deal would truly occur; both sides are purchased ahead of earlier trials into discussions, but to no avail.

 

Employee holds up a Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Tab tablet computer and an Apple iPad as he poses at a store in Seoul
However, more than six phone conferences were held by Apple representatives while Samsung had at least four, the filing said. “Notwithstanding these attempts, the mediator’s settlement proposal to the parties was unsuccessful,” the filing said, including that both firms “stay willing to work through the mediator jointly.”
In August 2012, Apple was given $1.05 billion by a California jury, an amount that was afterwards reduced to about $900 million. Now, both firms are back for more in a case that covers newer devices which were ineligible to be a part of the first trial.
The case dates back to 2011, when the first shot was fired by Apple, and it’s since grown to tons of courts around the world.

 
More than 121 million smartphones were sold in the U.S. last year, and Apple kept the title of the most well-known brand in America.
But Americans still need iPhones; Apple kept its No. 1 position with 45 percent unit share, up from 44 percent in 2012.

 
Nearly all the increase came from prepaid devices, which raised 68 percent, accounting for 29 percent of the smartphone market, up from 14 percent. Apparatus that were postpaid, meanwhile, fell after growing less than 10 percent.
“Total business growth was similar to that of 2012, and while the leading hardware brands found their shares rise marginally, the space between Apple and Samsung and the remaining business enlarged once again.”

 

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LG came in third followed by Motorola, and HTC with 6 percent.
In the U.S., smartphones are not merely for the rich. Meanwhile, well-off consumers made only 23 percent up down from 31 percent.

 
“For Samsung this demographic will probably be the most competitive section of the marketplace in 2014 and they will have a high dependence on sales here. Apple has the opposite problem of getting share in the fast growing entry level marketplace while still preserving its standing as the dominant provider to wealthy consumers.”