In your Settings application at Safari > Advanced > Website Data you will find yourself with data from the Web sites that you've used. By default, the data is sorted by storage space usage, which can make it harder for you to find specific bits of information.

A new free jailbreak tweak called WebsiteDataABC by iOS developer sharedRoutine will make it so that you can sort your Website Data alphabetically. This will make it easier for you to find what you're looking for at a glance:



The tweak adds a new "Sort Alphabetically" switch at the top of the list of Website Data, as shown above. Turning the switch on sorts the list alphabetically, while turning the switch off resorts to sorting the list by file size, as usual.

When you first visit this preferences pane after installing the tweak, you may need to scroll all the way down and tap on the "Show All Sites" button for the "Sort Alphabetically" toggle switch to appear, so this is something you'll have to keep in mind.

The tweak was created based off of the request of a Reddit user that goes by the name of SwissHttp. Additionally, the tweak has been made open source, so you can view the jailbreak tweak's source code on GitHub at this link.

If you're interested in trying out WebsiteDataABC, you can download it for free in Cydia's BigBoss repository right now. The tweak requires iOS 7 or later to be installed.

Name: WebsiteDataABC
Price: FREE
Version: 0.0.1-37
Requirements: iOS 7.0-8.1
Tested on: iPhone 5 running iOS 7.1.2
Repo: BigBoss
Developer: sharedRoutine
Editor's Rating:  4/5