I dunno if this is allowed here, but since we're allowed to post links to things like Adblock for Safari and Adblock for Firefox, I'm assuming it's quite alright. Anyway, I hexedited Cycorder and disabled the ads. I will tell you how to do it in a few simple steps. 1. Download HexEdit for Mac. http://hexedit.sourceforge.net/ 2. Get the Cycorder binary off of your iPhone and open it with HexEdit. 3. Press CMD+F for "Find" and type "http" ... this will locate the part in the program where it gets the ads from a "website" so to speak. Make sure it's the URL that has "iSDK" just after it. On the left, you'll see all sorts of hexidecimal stuff, and on the right you'll see what looks like the makings of a URL. Highlight the part that says "http" and replace it with "xxxx" ... now save it and you're done with HexEdit. 4. Go back to the Cycorder directory on your iPhone and rename the original Cycorder binary to CycorderBackup just incase something bad happens. Now copy the new one in there that you saved with HexEdit. 5. If you run Cycoder, you'll see that it crashes instantly. That's because we haven't puedo-signed it yet. To do this, log into your phone via SSH as root, or install MobileTerminal and su to root: apt-get install ldid cd /Applications/Cycorder.app ldid -S Cycorder Make sure the S is a capital S there. And there you have it! A black bar on the left instead of nasty ads for the AppStore. I'm sure this will work with any other program that uses the same ads, but I just discovered this tonight. Sorry, Jay. I don't like ads.