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Best post jailbreak apps
1. Activator - free
To get it, search Cydia for Activator and install it.
2. SBSettings - free
3. Zephyr - $2.99
4. Dreamboard - free
5. Pull to Refresh Safari - free
6. iFile - free
7. DisplayRecorder - $4.99
8. IntelliScreenX - $9.99
9. Forecast - $0.99
10. Fusion - $2
1. iphoneisthebest79 (Posts: 68; Member since: 23 May 2012)
If you Have a jailbreak IPHONE that's mean you have everything.
4. JeffdaBeat (unregistered)
I'm surprised not to see any tethering apps. I know that's against the rules nowadays, but there are a few apps that do some work to mask the fact that you're tethering. I've used MiWi for a while, but switched over to PDANet. Has two levels of hiding the fact that you're tethering.
5. biophone (Posts: 1877; Member since: 15 Jun 2011)
Seen people getting charged for tethering because of these apps. Including pdanet.
Anyway I heard of all these apps except pull down to refresh but that would annoy me anyway. Would of loved a bigger list and fresher apps. Disapointed. If youn wanted to give starter apps you didn't evrn give winter board. Disapointing.
6. christianqwerty (Posts: 457; Member since: 05 May 2011)
Bite SMS is also a cool app that lets you compose a message from any app and reply to a message from any app as well.
7. ananya22 (Posts: 92; Member since: 23 Apr 2012)
I find it so difficult to understand that if you want features then why buy featureless ios devices and jailbreak it and work so very hard to install apps that are present as core android apps. If you want the android features then just buy it. If you want customization buy android. If you want freedom buy android. If you dont need all this then you can buy ios devices
8. iphoneisthebest79 (Posts: 68; Member since: 23 May 2012)
and if you want virus, spyware and malware buy android devices.
one thing you cann't understand is the truth that the ios devices are more safe than android devices.
one thing else, when there is an software update for appel it will be for all devices even for iphone 3, for android each one is swimming in his own pool
9. droidbricker (Posts: 1; Member since: 17 Sep 2012)
I like both OS's and have devices. The truth is, your are very, very, very unlikely to get spyware, a virus or malware on your Android device unless you're a complete moron. If you are a complete idiot, as in someone show can't spell "Apple", then you shouldn't buy a smartphone to begin with.
As I mentioned, I use and enjoy both Android and IOS. Truth be told; Android is leaps and bounds a more functional and sophisticated OS. There are things I can do with my Galaxy Nexus, hell, my 2 year old Samsung Fascinate that IOS just does not do...simple things. IOS has a lot of catching up to do.