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  • 'CellularUsageOrder' Lists Your Cellular Usage By Data Used Instead of By Alphabet


    When you go over to your cellular preferences pane in iOS 7 by going to Settings > Cellular, you will get a detailed breakdown of what applications use the most cellular data, and how much.

    What's important to note here is that Apple has your applications sorted by alphabetical order in this list, but users could benefit more from having the list sorted by data usage so they could quickly see what applications are using the most data at a glance.

    A new free jailbreak tweak called CellularUsageOrder by iOS developer CC-Dog will change this for you so that your cellular data usage list shows the applications in a sorted list that with the applications that use the most amount of cellular data at the top, and the applications that use the least amount of cellular data at the bottom, as shown above.

    This new sorting is an improvement over Apple's because you can't even really tell what applications are using the most amount of cellular data when they're in alphabetical order unless you scroll through the entire list and thoroughly look at the data usage. Fortunately, this tweak automates that process for you so you can see what applications use the most data with just a peek into the preferences pane.

    The tweak doesn't have any options to configure, and it's an open source tweak; its source code is available for viewing on Github at this link. If you want to give it a try, CellularUsageOrder is available for free in Cydia's BigBoss repository.

    Name: CellularUsageOrder
    Price: FREE
    Version: 1.0-4
    Requirements: iOS 7.0-7.0.6
    Tested on: iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.6
    Repo: BigBoss
    Developer: CC-Dog
    Editor's Rating:  5/5
    This article was originally published in forum thread: 'CellularUsageOrder' Lists Your Cellular Usage By Data Used Instead of By Alphabet started by Anthony Bouchard View original post