Category Archives: Sources

iSocialNet App Review

I have got this app for around a month now and it is one the best Social applications according to me.

It has both Facebook and Twitter integration which are the moat used used Social Networks by anybody on this World. It does not end here. It also has a Web Browser integrated which is also quite awesome.

It was recently updated and many new features were added. My favorite feature among this was the tabbed browsing. As i browse many websites side by side. That is why it is a very important feature for me. The tabs are not ordinary. They are just like the Safari ones.

This app has been made by friend Mike Dandy (@dandymike). And believe me it is one the best Social Apps you will ever find on the App Store or Cydia.

This app is available on Cydia on many repositories. So you won’t have a trouble finding it.

A must have from my side.

Features of iSocialNet
•Facebook integration
•Twitter integration
•Web browser
•Plays some Flash
•Tabbed browsing
•Multitasking support
And many more..

iKeyGuard – The First Key Logger App For iPhone [Jailbreak App]


Well that took longer than any of us really expected. Mark today in your calendars folks, for this is the day iOS saw its first key logger to be released onto Cydia.

Giving those that believe jailbreaking is the work of the Devil yet more ammunition, the app allows a user to record all key presses on an iOS device’s on-screen keyboard. Perfect if you’re looking to steal passwords and the like.

Unimaginatively named Key Logger – iKeyGuard, the app costs a whopping $9.99 (available on BigBoss repository) and saves the input it intercepts into a text file that can be read by pointing Mobile Safari at http://localhost:4444.

We at Redmond Pie haven’t tried the app ourselves and really don’t see any good reason to give it a shot. It does though open up a can of worms when it comes to security. Could an unwitting iPhone user enter their bank details (amongst other things) only to find someone has installed iKeyGuard? Possibly, though that could happen to any computer too.

Hopefully this won’t be the beginning of a new rush to create malicious apps and tweaks for iOS devices.

Masks: A new revolutionary way of theming your iOS device (video)

Masks is a new handy tweak available in Cydia that allows you to change the look of Springboard in a new and revolutionary way! Using this tweak, you can apply many effects to the icons and background of your Springboard. You can use a Mask and apply it to all the icons and backgrounds.

There are over 40 masks in the tweak which can be applied once you install the tweak. Below is the main features of this tweak:

– Choose from 43 premade high-resolution masks
– Create and use your own, custom-made masks
– Icon masks
– Wallpaper masks
– Launch Screen Masks
– Use the same mask, inverted, for a different effect
– Option to colorize your icons
– Pre-made collections with several masks of the same theme
– Works on iPhone, iPod and iPad

Here’s a quick video demo of the tweak shown in action:

The tweak is available in Cydia store for $1.99 under BigBoss repository!


There are many ad block tweaks available in Cydia but non like SBAdblockToggle.  This tweak will block not only ads from Cydia, but also Jailbroken and Appstore apps!

Before you start, make sure you have SBSettings installed as it is required for this to work.

Okay so the first step is to add the following Repo to Cydia:

Next your going to search for SBAdBlockToggle and install it.

Make sure you respring after you install, just incase it doesn’t do this automatically.

Now bring up SBSettings and you should see a new toogle called AdBlock.

Press and Hold the toggel for a few seconds until your iDevice resprings.

Once your iPhone resprings, bring up SBSettings and turn on the AdBlock toggle by clicking on it.

You have now removed those annoying ads from Cydia, Jailbroken and AppStore Apps. /via



How to Unlock the iPhone 4, 3GS, 3G Using UltraSn0w

These are instructions on how to unlock the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, and iPhone 3G for use with any GSM cellphone carrier using UltraSn0w. This will work with the iOS 4.2.1 firmware if you are on the 06.15.00 baseband.

Before you can follow these instructions you must have a jailbroken iPhone and you must be on the 04.26.08, 05.11.07, 05.12.01, 05.13.04, 06.15.00, or 01.59 baseband(modem firmware).

To find your firmware and modem firmware(baseband) versions you can follow this tutorial.

If you are on T-Mobile remember to turn off 3G before starting…

Step One
Press to launch Cydia Installer from your SpringBoard.

Step Two
Press to select the Manage tab at the bottom of the screen.

Step Three
Press to select the large Sources button

Step Four
If the ultrasn0w repo is not present press the Edit button at the top right of the screen. Otherwise, skip to Step Nine.

Step Five
Press the Add button at the top left of the screen.

Step Six
Enter as the source url and press the Add Source button.

Step Seven
Once the source has been added press the large Return to Cydia button.

Step Eight
Press the Done button at the top right of the screen.

Step Nine
Press to select from the list of user entered sources.

Step Ten
Press to select ultrasn0w from the list of packages

Step Eleven
Press the Install button at the top right of the screen.

Step Twelve
Press the Confirm button at the top right of the screen.

Step Thirteen
After installation completes successfully press the large Restart Springboard button.

Step Fourteen
You should now be able to insert the SIM of your choice!

***THANKS: A big thank you to all the members of the iPhone Dev-Team for all their hard work! It is much appreciated by all.

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