The Best Cydia Apps Released in 2009

Vandam500

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Here is the video everyone has been asking me about:

Best Cydia Apps Released in 2009


The Apps are-

1- ProSwitcher (Free)
2- Snappy ($1.99)
3- Cydget (Free but some add-ons cost money)
4- MyWi ($9.99)
5-Kirikae (Free)
6- Bluetooth Mono SBSettings Toggle (Free)
7- qTweeter ($4.99)
8- Overboard ($1.99)
9- Yourtube ($1.99)
10- iProtect ($8.99)

Enjoy :)
 

mojoe24

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Dec 1, 2009
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Nice, it reminded me I need to download ProSwitcher. I really want to buy MiWi, but at $10 I don't know how much I'll use it.
 

TeamDNA

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Sep 7, 2009
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how could you forget quickreply for sms.. reply to a text no matter what app your in .. you dont have to leave the app .. thats more important than any of thoes
 

saldawop

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Sep 1, 2007
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iFile ...great for tinkering with the phone when out and about.

SnapTap...lets you use the volume buttons as the shutter button for the camera.

biteSMS...better SMS prog lets you reply from within any app,compose quick txt without opening main program.

SBSettings...quick access to settings.

YourTube....great for downloading YouTube vids all from within the standard app.

3G Unrestrictor...Fools certain apps into thinking it has a wifi connection.

Intelliscreen..Calendar events, RSS feeds and more on the lockscreen.
 

bmms8

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Dec 19, 2007
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i personally liked snaptap, but i believe the new version of snappy is just great. the ability to load the camera without closing the current app is great, and with the new version, you can now take video. definitely replaces all camera apps imo.
 

foob

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Feb 17, 2009
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I only have one of those; Snappy. Looking at my phone, I would vote for iFile, AttachmentSaver, Safari Download Manager, QuickReply, QuickScroll and QuickShottr.
 

bripab007

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Oct 12, 2009
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why would anyone pay for hacked apps? sinful has most if not all of those for free
1) Most people do not like to steal things from others.

2) These aren't "hacked apps." These are apps that someone, or some people, have spent hours coding and compiling to run on the phone.

I could jump on your favorite torrent site and download a version of Photoshop, but that, too, is stealing, from the developers/coders at Adobe.

It occurs to me that a lot of folks these days somehow see a difference between stealing software and stealing something physical. You wouldn't find a lot of folks who think it's alright to steal gasoline from your neighbor's car, however, some of those same folks wouldn't bat an eye about downloading a torrent of Windows Vista from the Pirate Bay...
 

okrelayer

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May 25, 2008
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I have no problem paying these developers. I have payed for music controls, quick reply for sms, mywi, universal search. Just as i would the offical app store apps. I don't jailbreak my phone to "hack it" to get "Free stuff" I do it because i love the iPhone as it is, but i just want a few added features that i feel are needed.

if i could find a working version of stacks, that doesn't send my phone into safe mode, i would pay for that to!
 

mikeydangerous

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Mar 5, 2007
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UniversalSearch is another amazing app. It turns the iPhone search page into something useful with links for google, maps, dictionary, espn, yelp, flickr, etc. Costs $5, tho.
 

okrelayer

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May 25, 2008
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2.99 for quick reply. I still don't get the deal with not wanting to pay upwards of... 5 dollars for a jailbroken app. yikes
 

Vandam500

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how could you forget quickreply for sms.. reply to a text no matter what app your in .. you dont have to leave the app .. thats more important than any of thoes
I didn't forget Quick Reply. That same function has been available
since 2008 (iRealSMS). I only made the video for programs released in 2009 and that share the same function.
 

mojoe24

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Dec 1, 2009
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Is there a app that allows to skip songs and such without leaving the program you're currently in? I was hoping SBSettings would have a toggle but that only pause/play.
 

Vandam500

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Is there a app that allows to skip songs and such without leaving the program you're currently in? I was hoping SBSettings would have a toggle but that only pause/play.
If your using a iPod then you can just double tap home button and a menu shows up that does just that. Now if you want that for other music programs such as Slacker,Pandora,Last.FM then download Music Controls in Cydia. It costs $4.99 but works beautifully!