If you ever “hated” the names of your icon, you may want to look into Icon Renamer. With this, you can jiggle your icons, tap on one, and rename it. It is really simple and can help you out if you are trying to get the perfect touch for your iDevice. You can rename your icon to whatever you want and include Emoji as well. Add a bit of color with some of those characters. Icon Renamer is free in the Cydia Store. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Check out the show sponsor:
The blue iPhone 4 conversion will make your mobile device look like nothing else, unless the other thing is another blue iPhone 4. iFixDirect offers to do the swap for about $275 or even cheaper if your black parts are in good condition and they want to buy them. While not for everyone, the cash you’re dishing out will differentiate you from everyone else. The following parts are swapped and sent back to you with the originals: Front Glass Back Cover Home button LCD Screen Speaker Mesh Flash dif
App Stat is an app from Cydia that will track the usage of your apps. It will tell you when you last opened them, how many times, and how long did they stay opened. These stats have many uses and could help you see which apps you need and where. Unfortunately it doesn’t tell you stats previous to downloading.installing the app, but it’s a good time to start. Anyways, App Stat is free in Cydia and a great thing to have on your device. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Check out the show spon
Photector is a free tweak in Cydia that will make it almost impossible for you to accidentally delete your photos. We’ve all done it, that trash can button is easy to press and has no “are your sure?” prompt. It just goes ahead and deletes your photo without warning. Well Photector give you two options to prevent this. You can change your settings require a password every time you hit that delete button. The second option is have the delete button not work at all, of course you can disable this
More about this programme: Sir Patrick Moore celebrates the 700th episode of The Sky at Night at his home in Sussex, with the help of special guests Professor Brian Cox, impressionist and amateur astronomer Jon Culshaw and Lord Martin Rees, the Astronomer Royal. In this clip the panel take on viewers’ questions about the nature of the universe.