With the plethora of apps and tweaks we can install, we found this jailbreak tweak that shows the download percentage of during the process.
It?s quite surprising that Apple hasn?t thought about this practical feature, although some will find it not so much of interest to adapt. It?s called ?AppCent.? The jailbreak tweak was developed by Rudolf Lichtner.
The stock feature of iOS doesn?t give us any indication on how much has been downloaded on the process of downloading the application from the App Store. It?s mildly vague because it only shows a blue bar indicator, progressing until it fills the application.
This jailbreak tweak is pretty much useful for multiple downloads. This will give you a numeric amount showing up to help you discern the exact status of the downloading process. If you?re downloading files at night, at least you can get a nice sleep and leave your phone until wee hours of dawn.
After installation, you can configure the preferences pane in the Settings application. Either you disable or enable the tweak, it?s up to you.
AppCent?s purpose is simply to add a cosmetic indicator to the bottom of the application to help users see the status. It?s entirely a fancy tweak, and it will not boost the speed of downloads.
Personally, the tweak is no brainer, it?s functional and simple. If you love downloading apps simultaneously, it?s a promising indicator.
If you want to try the app, it?s live on the ModMyi repository. It?s FREE.