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Cydia arrives on Android ... sort of

By - May 14, 2013 1 Picture
When you jailbreak an iPhone or iPad, your first stop is the legendary jailbreak app store, Cydia. It picks up where the walled garden of Apple’s App Store leaves off. But on Android – where Google Play lets you download apps for both unhacked and hacked devices – Cydia makes a lot less sense. But that didn’t stop its developer from releasing, well, a different kind of Cydia for Android. Read More
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The best jailbreak apps in Cydia

The jailbreak community has been churning out iPhone apps since before the App Store existed. Some of those apps even served as – ahem – "inspiration" for Apple-made iOS features (Wi-Fi Sync and MobileNotifier come to mind). But as much as iOS has evolved, Cydia is still a hotbed of innovation. Which of its apps stand out? Let's take a look at the all-time best jailbreak apps. Read More
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Jailbreak tweak adds mouse support to your iPhone or iPad

By - October 8, 2012 2 Pictures
One of the defining features of the (alleged) post-PC era is the replacement of the traditional mouse and keyboard with multitouch. iOS devices natively support Bluetooth keyboards for lengthy typing sessions, but mouse support is unheard of … that is, until now. Jailbreak developer Matthias Ringwald has released a new tweak called BTC Mouse & Trackpad. Install the tweak, make your mouse discoverable, and select it from the list under Bluetooth devices. Voila – you'll see a mouse pointer on your screen. Read More
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