Best Cydia app for rotating wallpapers on springboard?

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by sashie, Oct 22, 2009.

  1. sashie macrumors member

    sashie

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    #1
    I am not a fussy themer but having installed Glasklart, (amazingly perfect)..
    I was just wondering if there are apps out there that allow me to cycle through a few wallpapers which are my personal favourite.
    I don't really want high frequency ..
    say. changing it every 2 hours or so would be perfect for me...

    anyone has any ideas?
    i did a search on cydia and the apps out there doesn't seem to be .... hm. that promising.

    thanks in advance guys . xoxo
     
  2. FastangV6 macrumors regular

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  3. sashie thread starter macrumors member

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    thanks a lot! i just downloaded it and set up the images on rotation...
    exited the app and springboard resprang etc...
    i hope it works! :p but i'll seee... since i set it to one hour per image. hehe. :D

    THANKS x
     
  4. Blueline29 macrumors 68020

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    BossPaper is awesome. Been using it for a few months now and love the ease of use.
     
  5. sashie thread starter macrumors member

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    cool i hope it doesnt drain my battery!
    :p x
     
  6. Blueline29 macrumors 68020

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    I haven't noticed a difference in battery life at all. Of course, since I updated to 3.1.2 I no longer have usage statistics (GRRRRRRR) so I can't give you absolute proof, but before I updated the battery life was the same as it ever was.
     
  7. scirica macrumors 68020

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    If you can avoid respringing (manually or after a jb app install) your usage statistics should stay visible. Mine are there until I respring, which I do quite often with all the playing I do with new jb apps.
     
  8. darngooddesign macrumors G3

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    Its going to drain your battery more than not using it, but I haven't heard that its particularly bad.
     
  9. ckong macrumors regular

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    Another big vote for BossPaper. By it's own description, it "uses very little processor or memory". Hard to believe that its free. I've downloaded the Landscapes Pack for it, and cherry-picked some wallpapers to rotate every hour. Really nice work.
     

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