Recently Jay Freeman (a.k.a @saurik), the creator of Cydia updated Cydia Substrate (originally named as Mobile Substrate) to version 0.9.5000 to be compatible with both iOS 7 and ARM64 CPU used on iPhone 5s, iPad Air and iPad Mini with Retina Display. This is definitely a very exciting news on the New Year Eve for users of these devices with solely Cydia running on them for some days, including myself. So I rushed in and there have been quite a number of tweak being pushed to default repos that are recompiled with the substrate update with 64-bit support. So here are the 10 tweaks that I straightly installed after that.
I still have my hangover with Bitstrips’ comics when I saw my Facebook feed full of caricatures. I got curious how the heck my friends created them, and so I found MomentCam. Snap a selfie shot and design your own cartoon with this app, and you’ll surely find ways to tease your friends with its funny graphics and backgrounds.
I have been always looking for better replacement for iOS stock apps that could not fulfill all my needs on practicality and design for particular categories. There are always the top-rated and state-of-the-art apps out in the market that everybody uses, yet many other choices that fits certain habits for certain group of people.
Productivity apps are the one that I always browse and seek for perfection to get some installed on my homescreen. But there are limited slots for them…
Are you juggling appointments in a day?
Probably you have a set of productivity apps on your iOS device to help you organise everything.
While there are a lot of new apps, rarely, you’ll find the most useful ones; I think I found another one. Join me as I unbox Task Player for iPhone.
Taste and see the Windows Metro interface in your iOS device – PDF it all is another productivity app you should check out on the App Store. The interface looks awesome (somewhat similar to W8 Metro), but I also want to know if the features complement it.
Could it be that most of the upcoming movies this year will have their own iOS game? This is just an assumption based on what I’ve observed recently while browsing the App Store, which I think is trending. And of course, Turbo Racing League is just one of them that caught my attention.
If there is one thing I wouldn’t miss watching is the next flick of the Fast and the Furious. While every popular movie today has its own iOS and Android game (as its counterpart), it’s a trend that has attracted gamers and movie couch potatoes and probably an app development trend to watch out. Yes, hooray for Iron Man 3!