My most used cydia apps!

Discussion in 'iPad Hacks' started by lonman06, May 10, 2010.

  1. lonman06
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  4. lonman06
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    No problem guys. If you have anything you think is worth adding let me know.
     
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    Personally I like Music Controls. Playing music while I surf or another app and what I like the most is it has the play, rewind, forward across the iPad so when I'm surfing, I can just hit play without changing apps.

    Probably not explaining it correctly but it's a cool app.
     
  6. lonman06
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    Is it fully compatible with tbd iPad?
     
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    From your blog - "SBSettings will allow you to assign apps to open with different areas of the screen" ??
    THis could be read to mean you can open multiple individual app windows on the screen at once, which I don't believe is the case.

    also Backgrounder- altho I have used it on my iPhones, I find the numerous iPad settings confusing, and never quite get them to work like I like, plus it still ocassionally crashes iPad after certain operations. yes I have updated it.
     
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    did they fix the bug? When I first jailbroke they claimed it was compatible with the ipad and it repeatedly crashed my ipod and pandora apps. locking up the ipad so bad I had to hold power and home to reboot.
     
  9. Mitchrapp
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    I haven't had that problem so maybe I'm just lucky but so far so good. No complaints.
     
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    iFile gets two thumbs up for me. The power of accessing the file system should not be overlooked. Move any file between any app. Email any file from any app. No monkeying around with emailing files to yourself or wifi transfers.
     

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