ReGram tweak lets you repost Instagram photos on iPhone

December 28, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen1


Instagram is one of the most popular social networking app on iPhone and iPad, even on Android. People like it for a reason, it’s sleek, fast, and almost too simple to use without reading any type of instructions. That simplicity sometimes forced people to download a 3rd party to achieve something as easy as reposting a picture.

Many of you should be familiar with applications like Repost for Instagram or Photo Repost app which aim for the same goal. However, users are required to do some extra work such as downloading the app and its watermark will appear on the reposted picture.


Best Cydia Tweaks for iPhone Camera You Should Download

December 28, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Looking for some ways to supercharge your Camera app? These are the best Camera tweaks we found on Cydia for your jailbroken iOS 9 devices.

There are thousands of applications out there on the App Store that iPhone and iPad users can use to replace their stock Camera app. However, through personal experience, I still believe that the built-in Camera app is still the best because it is easy to use, taken photos or videos will go directly to your Photo Gallery, no ads, or and it give you some of the top filters.


3 Jailbreak Tweaks Worth Checking Out This Week

December 25, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen3


There are many ways in which you can customize your iOS Passcode before entering the Springboard. Recently, I’ve used Picture Passcode tweak where you tap on certain pictures of your chosen and unlock your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad. However, sounds quite complicated for some people and it’s not free either.

Here is another passcode screen replacement tweak that adds a little customization to your passcode keypad, but in a simple form and doesn’t cost anything. All it does is changing the regular numbers and turn it into roman numerals. You can download RomanPasscode tweak for free from Cydia.


igSpeedster: Manage Multiple Instagram Accounts in iOS 9

December 21, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


We can not address this much more, as you know, Instagram still needs a bunch of new features for their application. Users are being forced to spend money for third-party applications from the App Store just so they can have extra features such as Reposting a photo.

If you know me, I always like to show you the easiest way to add additional functionality to your Instagram app, for free. As shown in other blog posts, you can now mute followers without blocking them, or save Instagram pictures right inside the app. Another good feature that should be part of the core application is managing multiple Instagram accounts.


Free In-App Purchases Cydia Tweaks for iOS 9

December 20, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Apple’s App Store is a marketplace for iPhone and iPad users to download paid and free applications and games for their devices. Although, the majority of contents on there are free, these applications do offer something called In-App purchases. Basically, it is a hidden cost in “free” apps. iOS developers can use this opportunity to make money while putting their original work on the App Store free of charge.

Some game companies do include In-App purchases into their free applications and those users who buy it will unlock extra items or rewards (more maps, players, weapons, no ads, etc). Sometimes, in-app purchases aren’t that good like it suggested, to avoid wasting money on premium contents that you don’t like, why not try it out for free first.


SafariSearchHider: Hide Safari History without Private Browsing

December 13, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Private Browsing can be used to disable certain tracking features that can collect your data in most browsers including the default browser on your iPhone and iPad, Safari. Sometimes, you don’t want to turn Private browsing On but only want to get rid of the History section. This post will show you how to do that.

To help you better understand about Private Browsing, we will take a minute to describe what it does. As mentioned above, in every browser on your iOS device, even third-party applications place cookies to your iPhone for advertising purposes as well as saving your information on that particular website. This means the next time you visit a website, it already has the login credentials you entered last time.


How to Make a Cydia Repo

December 13, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen2


When starting out as a beginner, installing a tweak from Cydia is the easiest job you can do. But as you get more into the iOS system and starting to create your own tweaks, it’s time to let the world know about them.

There are several options you can choose in term of hosting your tweaks and themes on Cydia: Self-hosted or free hosting from myRepoSpace. As you can see in the title, this article will show you the two easiest ways to make your own Cydia repo.


How to Create a Backup for your Cydia Tweaks

December 6, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


When you restore a jailbroken device with Semi-Restore or iLexrat, your iPhone or iPad will return to its factory settings with everything deleted except for Cydia and stock applications. Within those deleted files also contain your jailbreak tweaks that you’ve installed from Cydia.

For some users, this is such an annoying thing because they will have to reinstall their tweaks again, especially when they had a lot of custom repositories. The only solution to this is using a recently released tweak called Backup by moshed.


How to Downgrade Cydia Tweaks to Previous Version

December 6, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


When installing a new update for a particular tweak on your iPhone or iPad, sometimes it will not fully work, break your device, and bring uncomfortable user experience. You’re left with no choice but to uninstall that tweak and wait for another update from the developer. However, with the recently updated Cydia, users can now have the option to downgrade a package to a previous version or any that’s available.

This tutorial will show you how to identify a tweak that is compatible for a downgrade and how to perform it.


How to Delete Multiple Cydia Tweaks at Once

December 6, 2015 — by Hawon Nguyen0


Most users once awhile tried to clean up their iOS devices by removing unused apps, data, and photos. What about people with a jailbroken iPhone or iPad with a bunch of tweaks and themes that are no longer in use? That’s when they started to freak out. It’s easy to remove one or two, but it will surely take forever to get rid of many tweaks because each one required a “respring” before you can process to the next.

However, the founder of Cydia has thought about this situation that’s why he added the queue feature. It allows you to easily uninstall multiple Cydia tweaks at the same time and only needed to restart the device once. Here is how you can do it.