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OpenSiri is a tweak to open up the few capabilities that Apple has given Siri by default. Right now, it only supports opening applications, but more will be coming very soon. After installing, simply say to Siri "Open" or "Launch" and then the name of an application to launch. No icons are
CallMe is an application that allows you to add one-touch-dial icons to your SpringBoard. This App Dials the Contact super fast no other App does it this fast.
LocationReminders is a tweak for the Reminders app that enables location-based reminders on devices with region monitoring support, such as the iPad2+3G. LocationReminders has no effect on devices that already support location-based reminders, such as the iPhone4 and iPhone4S, but it can be used as a dependency by developers wishing to
Brings the choice of 11 different colors for the Switcher and Folder Background. You need
Mail More Photos allows you to attach as many photos as you want to an email. The default limit of 5 photos is removed from the Albums and Places views. The title bar is also updated to show the total size of all selected files.
Email, SMS, MMS, IM, Call, Voicemail notification in status
This tweak lets you hide updates in the AppStore. Configure which updates to hide in Settings and you will no longer see them in the AppStore. Only the current version of the update will be hidden and you can unhide an update at any time in Settings.
New commands for Siri - reboot, power off, restart SpringBoard, and enter Safe Mode. Requires a device that has Siri. Note: This is a Mobile Substrate tweak. No settings are available, and no icon is added to the home screen. Simply install, respring, and use. You need a device that supports
If you have trouble with update, please remove this item and then install again Shows the download size of the updates on the App Store The size will be added under the Install button No new icons are added to your homescreen, and there are no options to configure
PasswordPilot automatically inserts your AppStore app when downloading or updating apps from the AppStore. Set your password from the Settings.app (passwords are not stored in plain text to limit security risks). Use it at your own risk. If anyone gets access to your device, he could purchase apps without your consent You