[Crack] iPicMyContacts 1.80

Update : Version 1.80 released ! Crack is out !!

v 1.80
  • Totally new UI design by Suki.co.il
  • Fixed a few memory leaks
  • Search is much faster now

      Download 1.80 Cracked : Official

       iPicMyContacts will display the contact picture next to it's name inside the contacts and favorites screens.
      It will also allow you to quickly search the web for the contact image and add it's picture from there. To do that, just click the small contact icon next to the contact name.
      Next version will include even richer set of search engine and far more extensions to the Contacts list.

      Supports iOS 4 & iPhone 4

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      Notes :

      Previous Version 
      1.45 : Official
      1.41 : Official
      1.34 : Official
      1.33 : Official
      1.31 : Official
      1.30 : Official
      1.16 : Official
      1.15 : Official
      1.1 : Official
      1.0 : Official

        [Crack] AirServer 1.0

        Download 1.0 Cracked : Official

        AirServer for iOS is the first application that transforms your iOS device into an AirTunes and AirPlay receiver. It's like having an AirPort Express and Apple TV in the palm of your hand, because it lets you stream audio, videos, photos, and slide shows from your Mac to your iOS device or between iOS devices.

        • iOS 4.0 or newer on device running AirServer.
        • Streaming audio from computer: iTunes 9.2 or newer.
        • Streaming video from computer: iTunes 10.2 or newer
        • Streaming from iOS device: iOS 4.2.1 or newer.
        • DRM protected content is not supported.
        • Devices must be on the same WiFi network.

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        [Crack] Parallax 1.3-2

        Download 1.3-2 Cracked : Official

        Installation Instructions:

        - Put the phone in airplane/no internet mode (to avoid online check)
        - Install .deb with iFile, MyFile or Terminal via SSH
        - Connect the device to your computer and get the UDID from iTunes, or use CodeFinder if you have your iDevice's backup on your hard drive
        - Open the keygen.exe program
        - Paste your UDID and click "write .plist"
        - Transfer the *.plist you've just created to "/var/mobile/Media/DCIM"
        - Respring

        Note: If you had version 1.2-1 before updating, you need to set the wallpaper again to make it work. Otherwise, it will just cram in your previous wallpaper and you will not achieve the panoramic effect.
        Also, total internet cutoff is not required, as I did not do that and it seems to be working fine for me. Once the license has been detected, the app does not call the server for a check, like the Music Controls Pro addon. Well, at least, that's what I think.

        Scrolling wallpaper for your iPhone!

        Simply select a widescreen wallpaper from Settings or Photos, and watch your background scroll behind your icons! Wallpaper scroll speed is configurable from Settings. Need help jailbreaking your phone? These guides and tutorials will show you how to jailbreak your iPhone / iPad / iPod Touch.


        [Crack] Page2D 1.1-1

        Download 1.1-1 Cracked : Official

        How to Install Instructions:

        - put the phone in airplane/no internet mode (to avoid online check)
        - install .deb with ifile or ssh
        - connect the device to your computer and get the UDID from itunes
        - create a key with the keygen
        - save a .plist that will include your key
        - transfer the *.plist to /User/Library/Preferences
        - respring

        Scrolling horizontally is so passé!
        With Page2D, you can now scroll your icon pages horizontally AND vertically!
        Just select the number of columns you want in Settings, and take your pages to another dimension!
        Page2D works great with Parallax. Scroll to the second video to see them both in action.
        Third party compatibility
        Page2D is compatible with many popular Cydia tweaks, including Parallax, Shrink, Iconoclasm, and MultiIconMover!
        Page2D is not yet fully compatible with Barrel.


        [Crack] DreamBoard 1.1.3

        Update : Version 1.1.3 released ! Crack is out !! [Credits to Fabius]

        v 1.1.3 - June 15, 2011
        FIX: Keyboard glitches/conflicts

        v 1.1.2 - June 13, 2011
        NEW: App Icon Badges
        NEW: Widgets with keyboard support
        NEW: Automatic Caching
        NEW: Expose Style theme switcher
        NEW: LockView
        NEW: Dynamic Views
        UPDATE: New Actions
        UPDATE: Functions
        UPDATE: Variables
        UPDATE: Endroid Update
        FIX: Overall bug fixes
        FIX: Improved Grid performance

        Download 1.1.3 Cracked : Official

        You need to be connected via WiFi or 3G while installing the DEB!!!
        If you have installed "DreamBoard Connection Blocker" you can safely uninstall it whenever you want.

        Not recommended for iPhone 3G, iPod 2G, or iPod 3G 8GB. Tested on 4.1, 4.2.1 and 4.3.1

        Advanced Theming Platform. Take control over SpringBoard! Dreamboard lets you place anything from widgets to apps where ever you want. Theming is no longer limited to just icons, or having to resort to complicated setup themes involving Iconoclasm, SpringJumps, etc. Dreamboard makes it easy to switch between any theme in just a few seconds. Simply launch, choose and apply! And, Dreamboard eliminates the long wait of having to restart Springboard everytime you make a change. No more resprings! Dreamboard includes a complementary copy of Endroid (HTC theme).

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        Previous Version
        1.0.2 : Official

        [Crack] WiFi Booster 1.1

        Update : Version 1.1 released ! Cack is out !!

        - Pull to refresh AP list
        - iPad layout fix

        Download 1.1 Cracked : Official

        Requires iOS 4 or higher

        WiFi Booster is a tweak for the Settings app that enhances the Wi-Fi networks list to display all networks in range by removing the signal level limit. This allows you to connect to as many networks as a WiFi scanning app would see, e.g. WiFiFoFum, directly in the Settings app. Sometimes the number of networks available is increased by over 100%!

        The network list item has also been enhanced to show the BSSID (AP MAC address) and RSSI (signal level) for each network.

        No new icons are added to your homescreen. Enhancements are for the Settings app's Wifi Network list. 

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        Previous Version
        1.0 : Official

        [Blog] HACKSTOR 3rd Party App Released !

        I am proud to announce you that, thanks to Bloapp, I'm now able to release a sort of App from iTunes based and hosted by Bloapp servers.

        In order to use HACKSTOR App, you need first to download Bloapp and then, to search for "HACKSTOR" or use the QR Code below in Bloapp

        Here is some screenshots :

        Thanks to one reader, @Yenkerhack, who advised me to use this.

        [Crack] SMS Counter 3 v2.2-12

        Update : Version 2.2-12 released ! Crack is out !! [Credits to gta126]

          v 2.2-12
        * Added French Localization
        * SMS Counting based on 70 characters for non-English SMS and 160 characters for English SMS

          Download 2.2-12 Cracked : Official

            Update : Version 2.2-8 released ! Crack is out !! [Credits to gta126]

              v 2.2-8
            • fixed synchronization bug which might cause duplication in sms
            • Added Dutch translation
            • minor changes to UI

              Download 2.2-8 Cracked : Official
              If link is dead, please PM me !


              1 - Download the cracked file.
              2 - In iFile, replace in /var/stash/Applications.xxxxxx/SmsStats.app/SmsStats by downloaded file.
              3 - Try run Sms Counter. If not work, remove in /var/mobile/Library/SmsStats/, "properties.plist" and "smscounter.db" file.

              SMS Counter is an SMS Counting app for user to count their sms within a period. Good for those who need to keep track of their sms usage such that they don't exceed their allocated SMS amount by their teleco. This only works for 3.x firmware.

              Features :
              • Allows you to count the SMS based on a few filters: -by person, by message type (incoming/outgoing/both), by period
              • Automatic updating application badge which show the sms sent for the month (so you don’t need to start the app all the time to see the counts)
              • Allows you to select the day of the billing month (so the period will be updated automatically everything your run the app)
              • Count SMS based on the standard 160 chars (so a longer message will be counted as multiple smses depending on the length)
              • Able to keep track of deleted messages (so you can still clear your sms on the default SMS app)
              • Show a pie chart view of the distributions of messages

              IMG_0004 IMG_0007 smscounter_piechart smscounter_main smscounter_exclusion smscounter_details smscounter_barchart

              Notes :
              • Installation
              • Ensure that you reboot your iphone after installation 

              Previous Version
              2.1-1 : Official

                [Crack] Shrink 0.9.8-3

                Update : Version 0.9.8-3 released ! Crack is out !!

                • Winterboard/Shrink label toggle change
                • Label color selector change
                • New Label truncation options
                • Fixed all previous bugs

                Download 0.9.8-3 Cracked : Official1 or Official2

                Shrink those icons down!

                Shrink downscales your SpringBoard icons so that you can fit more on one page!
                Compatible with WinterBoard, IconoClasm, and InfiniDock!

                Previous Version
                0.9.6-1 : Official1 or Official2

                [Crack] Homescreen Settings 0.96

                Download 0.96 Cracked : Official

                Add any settings icon to your homescreen!

                Works on iPhone, iPod and iPad.
                Works on all iOS 4 versions and also on upcoming iOS 5 .
                Compatible with all popular addons / tweaks.

                Now when you enter Settings, you can choose whether you can add each preferences page to your homescreen! The bottom of some preference pages will have a button 'Add Icon to Homescreen'

                A special icon will be added to you homescreen. When you open it you will get a folder-like slice view with your application's settings right on your SpringBoard! You can add these icons to folders, move them, delete them, create folders full of settings icons , and most important, it works with all settings bundles for stock , jailbreak and non-jailbreak apps.

                Add more functionality to your homescreen!

                Note: Some particular icons are not accessible on iOS version < 4.3 at the moment. ("General" tab and third party appstore settings ). A few settings that don't offer the "Add to HomeScreen" option, cannot be added for performance and usability reasons.

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                [Blog] HACKSTOR is Now Fully Compatible with your iDevice !

                Hi All! 

                I'm glad to announce you that, now, your blog HackStor is fully compatible with your iDevice.

                You can read news smoothly and of course, everything is displayed faster than before!

                I always try to improve the Quality of this blog and I thank you all to follow me.

                [Crack] TetherMe 2.1-1

                Update : Version 2.1-1 released ! Crack is out !!

                • Update to support new MobileSubstrate (remove previous work-around)
                • Add an option to not use Data APN for tethering. Do not use this.

                        Download 2.1-1 Cracked : Official
                        Dependencies: ONE / TWO

                        Dynamically enables native tethering for iOS3.X and iOS4.X+ devices. This should work on any carrier without the need for customized bundles or preferences. NOTE: You MAY need to reboot your iDevice if upon installation or removal cellular service does not return.

                        TetherMe has been tested to work on all iOS versions from 3.0 to 4.0.1 and works by telling the iPhone to allow tethering on any APN that is used for iPhone data. As a result, you should not be charged extra from your phone company as all tethering data appears to come from the phone itself.

                        TetherMe also bypasses signature checking and allows you to edit your carrier bundle manually if you so desire. This is required to enable MMS functionality on T-Mobile. TetherMe does NOT enable the loading of APN configurations from .mobileconfig profiles at this time.

                        This method should work on every carrier without any additional user interaction; however, if you decide to tether without your carrier's knowledge and they find out, we will not assume responsibility for any additional charges or fees incurred.

                        There is no icon for this item. After installation or reboot, tethering will be available to turn on in Settings -> General -> Network, or install the Tethering Toggle for SBSettings

                        Notes :

                        Previous Version
                        2.0-59 : Official
                        2.0-9 : Official (install all debs included)
                        1.3-20 : Official
                        1.3-18 : Official
                        1.3-17 : Official
                        1.3-16 : Official
                        1.3-14 : Official
                        1.3-12 : Official
                        1.3-7 : Official
                        1.3-4 : Official
                        1.2-1 : Official

                          [News] Ever Wondered How iMessage Works In iOS 5? Here’s A Hands-On Demo *VIDEO*

                          If you’re a regular reader of this site, you’re probably aware of iOS 5, Apple’s newest release of iOS, currently in beta form. Reviewer Steven Chi, member of the Redmond Pie family, got his hands on iOS 5 and has put together a video showcasing iMessage, one of the major new features in iOS 5. Overall, it went pretty smoothly.

                          This video might show you a few things you might not yet know: for example, iMessage is actually integrated into the iOS messages app, meaning it will automatically switch to SMS mode, which looks and feels identical, if the recipient doesn’t have iMessage active. Once you’re chatting with your iMessage buddies, you can send them text, pictures and even videos on the fly, even if you’re in a group conversation. There’s also a FaceTime tab, if you ever wish to switch to video chat. As expected, the iMessage client is now the gold-standard instant messaging client for iOS, with integration with the Address Book and the new notifications system. Multi-person chats also work extremely smoothly, considering that this is the first beta.
                          Those who have used other messaging apps in the past, such as IM+, will notice similarities as well, such as the way different conversations are listed and easily accessible.

                          Since it’s integrated into the Messages app, configuring it is just as simple and heading to System Preferences and choosing "Messages". From there, it’s easy to assign different caller ID’s and e-mail addresses to iMessage: it’s a one-step process.
                          Should this replace your current instant messaging client on iOS? If you have friends on other services, such as WhatsApp, AIM or Windows Live, chances are it shouldn’t. Just like BBM, this is meant for conversations between iOS users only, and while it’s simple, it’s not going to give you access to anyone outside the iOS umbrella. Unless you manage to get everyone you know to switch to iOS, this is not a practical solution, yet.
                          Other companies have tried a similar approach to instant messaging. RIM, the makers of the once-exciting BlackBerry phones, has BlackBerry Messenger, which allows for communication between BlackBerry users.
                          iOS 5 was introduced on Monday at WWDC, on the same day the first beta version was issued to registered Apple developers. The final version is expected to come out this fall.


                          [News] iOS 5 iPhone 4 vs. iPhone 3GS *VIDEO*

                          iPhone 3GS and 3rd-gen iPod touch users around the world were relieved when Apple confirmed that the recently-announced iOS 5 would support the aging handset, after a reputable analyst took the time to state publicly that there would be a slim chance that the 3GS would work with iOS 5. Yes, iOS 5 will almost work perfectly (and fast) on Apple’s 2009 phone, but with a few limitations of its own.

                          AppleRumors.It, an Italy-based iOS-related website, has posted a video of a side-by-side comparison between iOS running on an iPhone 4 and the same system running on an iPhone 3GS.
                          As you can tell from the video above, the operating system works just as smoothly on both phones, which is quite surprising, and both run all of iOS 5′s new features, such as Reminders, Twitter integration and more. That said, there are 3 features, according to reports, that aren’t present on the older device:
                          • Shooting of HDR pictures, which wasn’t present on earlier firmwares on the 3GS either.
                          • Picture editing capabilities, such as red eye removal and cropping are nowhere to be found.
                          • Reader in Safari, which displays web pages in a clean easy-to-read view, seems to be unavailable.
                          If you’re a regular iPhone user, chances are you won’t even notice that these features are missing, since they’re so minor. Apple is known to slightly cripple newer versions of iOS on older devices, presumably due to hardware constraints: iOS 3, for example, ran on the first-generation iPhone and iPod touch, although without MMS support, which is now commonplace, but was a great deal at the time. That was one year before support for the now-ancient device was fully cut off with iOS 4.
                          If you’re an Apple enthusiast, however, you should keep in mind that the 3rd-generation iPod touch, as well as the iPhone 3GS, are likely next on Apple’s chopping block to have their support cut off. That means no additional updates, not even security updates or critical bug fixes, which will be pretty frustrating for any user. If you’re thinking of buying new hardware, however, you should hold off until the next-generation iPhone comes out, which according to reports, will be this fall. That will give you access to the latest iOS way into the future (even if that only means a few months).


                          [News] Next iPhone Will Sport 8 Megapixel Camera From OmniVision And Sony

                          We barely get one rumor-filled event out of the way and another rumor surfaces to take its place. The new murmurings surround Apple’s as yet unannounced iPhone 5 which, according to DigiTimes, will sport an 8 Megapixel camera.

                          Citing the infamous ‘anonymous sources’, DigiTimes claims that Apple’s next iPhone will use OmniVision-made camera sensors after the company was awarded the contract by the boys from Cupertino.
                          About 90% of the CIS (CMOS image censor) orders for Apple’s new iPhone will be supplied by OmniVision, while Sony takes up the remainder, the sources said. The upcoming device will feature a built-in 8-megapixel camera, the sources added.
                          Thanks to the Apple orders, OmniVision is expected to grow its total wafer starts at foundry partner Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) to almost 260,000 8-inch equivalent units in the third quarter, up more than 40% sequentially, the sources indicated.
                          Apple has been rumored to be using an improved shooter in its upcoming iPhone on and off for the last few months, with DigiTimes usually the source. While not exactly known for the accuracy, the tech blog has had a couple of hits over the years so we wouldn’t discount the possibility of this being true just yet.
                          It’s most certainly not beyond the realms of possibility Apple would look to improve the camera hardware used in its top of the range handsets with the iPhone 5 currently sporting a 5 Megapixel affair. Apple made a point in its WWDC keynote on Monday to point out just how popular its iPhone 4 had become as a camera, with it becoming one of the most popular sources of photos on Flickr. Nearly 12 months after its release, the iPhone 4 is still regarded as one of the best cameras (in a phone) on the market.


                          [News] iOS 5 Features, Availability – Everything You Need To Know

                          iOS 5, Apple’s new mobile operating system, was shown off at WWDC. As expected, the new version includes a brand-new notifications system, and system-wide social integration. Here’s everything you need to know:


                          Notifications Center: all current iOS users know that the current notifications system was showing its age. Apple has turned that around by building a new system, which unobtrusively displays all notifications at the top of the screen, even during games, and on the Lock Screen. By sliding them down, users will be able to visualize all unread notifications, or dismiss them completely by hitting an "X" button next to them. Very straight-forward. Notification can include missed calls, voice mail messages (which can be played right from the Notifications Center and even notifications from other Apps.
                          This system is very similar to MobileNotifier, which isn’t surprising, since the company has recently hired its main developer.

                          Reminders: this feature, as the name implies, allows users to set different reminders for different times of the day, and different places. Thanks to the geolocation support present in devices, users can now configure Reminders to pop up a notification at a certain time and at a certain place, and even sync across devices using iCal. It’s really to-do lists on steroids!

                          Enhanced Safari: The iOS browser now looks a lot more like its desktop counterpart, with a few extra features of its own. Tabbed browsing now looks identical to the way it looks on the Windows and Mac versions, with tabs displayed across the top, at least on the iPad. The new Safari also brings the Reader feature, displaying a website’s content in an easy text only view, but unlike what happened before, users are now able to bookmark content onto a "Reading List" for later or send it to friends.

                          Twitter Integration: as rumored, the new iOS 5 includes deeper system-wide integration with Twitter. While there’s no support for other social networks, this feature is integrated with many apps, including the Camera App, allowing you to quickly tweet out what you’re working on. You can log into Twitter from System Preferences. It’s a single log in.

                          New Mail client: similarly to what happened in Lion, the iOS mail client is also receiving an upgrade. The App now supports draggable addresses, as well as the ability to flag messages and search them and dictionary lookup, by tapping on a word and selecting "Define".

                          iMessage: it’s like iChat for iOS users. It lets you send text messages, photos, videos and even have group conversations, similarly to any other messaging client. This application is also a great new example of how Notifications Center, since this App interacts beautifully with it. With this out the gate, I one is left to wonder what will happen to iChat.

                          Independence from computers: Previous versions of iOS required users to connect them to a computer in order to set them up, update them or sync them. iOS 5 will put an end to all that, by allowing users to update the device over-the-air. There’s also a new set-up wizard for new devices, allowing them to be configured for the first time without the need for a desktop computer. Can those who hate iTunes finally proclaim victory?

                          Tens of small additions: iOS 5 includes a number of small improvements, such as direct game downloads in the Game Center, a new optional keyboard, enhancements to the Music App on the iPad and an enhanced Camera app.

                          Here is an official video of iOS 5 features in action: