iOS Block – A Widget System for iOS (Concept)

Perhaps one of the coolest concepts I’ve seen yet for iOS. A very smart and simple way to have widgets on iOS. YouTube user technofou has created a concept in which iOS adapts widget capability but doesn’t alter the core of iOS. With a simple open-pinch gesture, you can turn an application into a small block that displays basic information from that application, just like a widget. These blocks are also interactive, so you can control…

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PasswordPilot updated for iOS 7 and iPhone 5s

For those of you that don’t know, PasswordPilot is a free tweak by Fillippo Biga that automatically puts your AppStore password when downloading or updating apps from the app store or the iTunes store on your device. It is a great tweak if you want to bypass the password each time you download an app or a new song.  Passwords are not stored in plain text (they are encrypted), so it is safe to use. You can…

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Lockscreen Extender: Extending Your Lockscreen Dim Delay

Have you ever been in the situation where your lockscreen dimmed just as you were about to start using it? Isn’t that just frustrating? Well a recently released tweak, from the developer FreeApple, will solve this issue. Lockscreen Extender is a simple tweak that completes a simple task. It allows you to extend your dim delay on your lockscreen. The integers of time you can set your dim delay to are 60 seconds, 2 minutes,…

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Swipebright – Quicker way to change brightness

Brightness is probably one of the most common things to adjust in iOS, or any device for that matter. I don’t know why, but I’ve always hated using Control Center to change my brightness. Swiping up was just an extra step that I didn’t need. This is where a tweak by IanP is very useful. Available in the BigBoss repo for $0.99, it lets you swipe your status bar horizontally to adjust brightness. You can…

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StatusHUD 2: An Unobtrusive Volume HUD Indicator

Sometimes, when you’re watching a video and  you adjust the volume, you get iOS volume hud indicator. Annoying in iOS 6, but you could live with it because it was transparent, but in iOS 7 it is an disruptive translucent block in the middle of your screen. StatusHUD 2 has now been updated for iOS 7, brought to you by iOS developer Alan Yip. StatusHUD 2 moves the volume HUD indicator to the status bar…

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KillApp7: Hassle-Free Way to Remove All Apps from the Multitasking Window

KillApp7 is a new tweak for iOS 7 by iOS developer @uGuer that saves a lot of time when it comes to multitasking. This tweak adds a button to the multitasking window that, when pressed, clears all apps from the multitasking window; creates an option to automatically remove an app from the multitasking window when the app is closed; and also creates an options to show your Free RAM in the multitasking window. You can…

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