If you're like me, the default display name for App Store apps is not always satisfactory. I'm especially annoyed by app names in all-caps like "NAVIGON." In 3.0 it was easy to fix this by editing /system/library/coreservices/springboard.app/english.lproj/LocalizedApplicationNames.strings. In 4.0, however, the process has changed, so I thought I'd write a quick post to share the new way of changing display names. The basic principle is simple: you need to edit the string for the key CFBundleDisplayName in the file info.plist in the [appname].app folder. I think the easiest way of doing it is with iFile.* Detailed instructions are as followed (using Navigon for an example...alter instructions for the app you wish to rename): 1) Open iFile 2) Browse to /var/mobile/Applications/[hex string]/Navigon.app 3) Open info.plist 4) Locate the following lines: Code: <key>CFBundleDisplayName</key> <string>NAVIGON</string> 5) Press the "Edit" button at top left 6) Edit the lines located in step 4 to read: Code: <key>CFBundleDisplayName</key> <string>Navigon</string> 7) Press the "Save" button at top right 8) Respring or reboot phone Your NAVIGON app is now shown as Navigon on the springboard. * You can of course download the info.plist file to your desktop, edit it with your favorite .plist editor, and then upload it to the app directory; but I think this is a much easier method.