Remember the awesome Google Now launcher that came with the Nexus 5? Well ,the good news is, Google just published it on the Google Play Store. Ready for the bad new? It’s only available for Nexus devices or Google Play Edition devices. Fortunately, there’s an alternative method(s) to install this launcher on almost any Android device. Trust me, this is super simple, yet awesome as heck!
Recently, I got my hands on a new 2013 Mac Pro and I’ve been enjoying every inch of it. If you haven’t watched the unboxing/overview, you can check it out here. Today, we’re upgrading the RAM in this beast of a computer with an OWC 32GB RAM kit. This kit is available for $449 from macsales.com. Check out the video tutorial.
Looking for the best paid jailbreak tweaks released in January 2014? Well, look no further than this article. Today we’re checking out the best of the best in Cydia. Check out the video overview above for a look at my favorite paid tweaks.
Looking for some great tweaks? I’ve put together a list of 10 great jailbreak tweaks that you can download for free. That’s right, free. These tweaks will help you get the most out of iOS 7 and are available in the default Cydia repositories. Check out the video overview above.
Good news! Mobile Substrate has been updated to fully support iOS 7 and Apple’s latest 64-bit devices. The bad news is, developers are going to have to update each tweak with 64-bit support. Luckily, there are some tweaks that are compatible right now. Check out the video above for a full overview.
Now that you’ve jailbroken your iOS 7 device, you’re probably looking for tweaks to help enhance your iOS experience. Well, I’ve put together a video containing five must-have tweaks for iOS 7. The list of compatible tweaks is growing each day, but the tweaks shown in the above video are definitely some of the best.
It seems like every app around is getting on the iOS 7 design train. Everything must be flat and totally opposite than the design style found in iOS 6. Now I’m not here to judge either side, but it looks like jailbroken devices will see a lot more of iOS 7 design thanks to Cydia’s latest update.
Would you like to get a little more out of your jailbroken iOS 7 device? Well, there’s a neat little trick that will allow you to enabled Apple’s hidden prototype settings or Springboard settings on any iOS 7 device. If you have an iPhone 5/5c or lower, you can check out the video above, while anyone on an A7 device (iPhone 5s, iPad Air, or iPad mini with Retina Display) will have to use the video below.