As expected, Peekly 1.4 has just been released on Cydia.
Peekly 1.4 update brings new features and an all-new settings app for the awesome 2-page WinterBoard theme
If you’re bored of entering the numeric or alphanumeric passcode to unlock your iPhone, then there have been some cool tweaks such as Stride and AndroidLock XT that let you unlock your iPhone with gestures.
Few months back, UI designer Sentry of the Auxo fame had revealed a concept to turn on or off the Do Not Disturb feature via the Notification Center using a pull-to-refresh like gesture.
Velox, the tweak that supercharges the iPhone’s homescreen, is out on Cydia for $1.99 on the Big Boss repo. The jailbreak tweak allows you to check Notifications right from your Home screen or gives you quick access to an app via an enhanced folder view.
Google launched the much eagerly awaited Google Now feature for the iPhone and iPad earlier in the week.
If you’re not worried about it impacting battery life then here’s a useful jailbreak tweak for Google Now.
Couple of weeks back, Yahoo released a gorgeous standalone weather app for the iPhone.
When I first heard rumors about the possibility of Yahoo launching a weather app, I wondered if the company was little too late as there were so many awesome weather apps already available in the App Store.
When your iPhone is locked, and you double-click the Home button, it gives you quick access to music playback controls from the lock screen. You can forward, rewind or pause a song and also adjust the volume.
Unfortunately, due to the lack of a scrubber bar there is no way to skip to any point in a song. You’ve no choice but to unlock your iPhone, launch the Music app and drag the playhead along the scrubber bar to skip to that point in a song.
Back in February, HASHBANG Productions had released a free jailbreak tweak called TypeStatus that added a “Now Typing” indicator for iMessage to the status bar.