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    by Published on 01-15-2012 03:14 PM
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    No, that's too loud. No, that's too quiet. Man, I wish I could have it right in between.

    How would you like it if you could control exactly how intense or how little effect the volume button has on increasing and decreasing volume? A tweak that was just released today that goes by the name of Volume Step by iOS developer Luke Young. It's great for when you're listening to music and want a volume increment that's in between the stock iOS increments. It won't make navigating ...
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    by Published on 01-15-2012 01:55 PM
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    With this tweak, your apps will remain solid.

    If you have ever been annoyed by the fact that when you open your App Switcher your applications become transparent in the background, then maybe this tweak is what you've been looking for. It's called No Ghostly Icons and it makes the screenshot above a reality. If you aren't sure what the difference is, then look at the screenshot below which shows the App Switcher before the tweak is installed:


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    by Published on 01-13-2012 02:00 PM
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    Spotlight can be extremely pointless; but, no more!

    A good number of us don't use Spotlight. Some of us wish that we could just get rid of it - leading to several jailbreak tweaks that disable the feature. But, now there is a way to make Spotlight on iOS more useful with a free jailbreak tweak that just landed in Cydia today called CommandSpot by iOS developer coffeejay which lets you invoke actions based on the command that you enter into Spotlight. It's very ...
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    by Published on 01-12-2012 05:23 PM
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    That's it? That's all the options I get?

    Have you ever wanted to have more options with an image that you hold down on besides the, "Save Image", "Copy", and "Cancel" buttons? Maybe you should take a look at a new jailbreak tweak dubbed iEagleEye by iOS developer Nikos Lykousas which lets you have extended options for when you hold down on an image. The application works for both Mobile Safari and for Mobile Mail. The extensive options are not only useful, but they are intended for both power-users and regular users who ...
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    by Published on 01-12-2012 03:46 PM
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    Does the image above annoy you?

    How often does this happen to you: you attach an accessory to your iDevice and that annoying icon above comes up on your screen? 100% of the time? It should, because that's the way Apple has the iDevice set up to act when an accessory is connected. The Accessory Connected screen is annoying because it makes it impossible to select media from your iPod to play. That icon replaces the play, pause, forward, and backward buttons and ...
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    by Published on 01-10-2012 01:29 PM
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    Now you can easily change the background of your Notification Center.

    There have been numerous attempts to make the Notification Center customizable. Whether it be by themes or by SSH, neither situation was pleasant to deal with. Today, a new jailbreak tweak called Custom NC Background has found itself onto the Cydia store. It's by the same iOS developer that brought us Applocker; Ori Kadosh. Before you say that you could always do this in the past, read on and you ...
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    by Published on 01-10-2012 12:43 PM
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    TwitkaFly is amazing. Now you can try it for free!

    Do you remember TwitkaFly? In December we posted a review and a giveaway for it. It is a Twitter client that lets you operate Twitter from anywhere on your iDevice, regardless of having the Twitter application (or any other application) open or not. The options that encompass TwitkaFly are extensive; they are a must-have for any Twitter users that are looking for a better Twitter experience on iOS. The genius mind ...
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    by Published on 01-09-2012 07:44 PM
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    Snappy is great for the average iDevice photographer.

    How often has this happened to you? You find something that you want to take a picture of and by the time you get your Camera application open, the moment is gone. If this sounds like something that plagues you in your iDevice photography, then you need to check out a jailbreak tweak called Snappy5 for iOS 5+ by iOS developer Marc Vaillant. It will set you back $1.99, but it's worth having if you're a frequent photo snapper.

    Snappy5 for ...
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    by Published on 01-09-2012 06:21 PM
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    iHeadCase can be identified by its unique ergonomic shape.

    Please view the video content on a computer - iOS doesn't support it.

    Here's a case that will catch the eyeballs of the person looking at you. iHeadCase is a new case for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S that lets you store your headphones in a compartment that can be found in the rear of the case. Headphone-storing cases for the iPhone are not new - but iHeadCase makes them look so much nicer than having a huge jangled up headphone cord bulging out of the side of your iPhone like numerous other third party cases. With iHeadCase, you can be sure that your iPhone is protected and it feels as sleek as it looks. It was invented ...
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    by Published on 01-09-2012 01:16 PM
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    Otterbox is a pretty well known case maker for many different types of phones. Their cases are designed with protection in mind. They’ve been kind enough to send me their lineup of cases (Reflex, Commuter, and Defender) for the iPhone 4/4S. This review of the Reflex case will be the first of 3.



    Design


    As you can see from the picture the Reflex is a 2-piece case. In my opinion 2-piece cases have their advantages and disadvantages. Putting them on and taking them off from the phone ...