Tag Archives: app

Meet vShare: The Official Unofficial App Store

The title of this article may be confusing, but bear with me; I had a difficult time coming to terms with this bit of news myself, but the whole thing is almost too good to miss. We all know who app pirates are. They are a group of people that let you download paid iOS apps for free.

Until very recently, installing pirated paid iOS apps is not an easy task to complete. You need to jailbreak your iOS device, find a good source of clean (not modified) pirated apps, download them before finally able to install them on your iPhone or iPad. Read More...

Mockingbird: A Nice App Switcher Tweak

There are several jailbreak tweaks that aim at improving the way we multitask on iOS. I personally like the idea behind this next one: Mockingbird. The experience Mockingbird can potentially bring to iOS is simply too good to miss. I say potentially, because Mockingbird is not quite as good as it can actually be.

A New Way to Switch Between Apps

For those of you who are curious, Mockingbird is available on Cydia for $1.99. It does app switching in a completely different way, offering new user experience that you wouldn’t otherwise be able to enjoy. Read More...

HazeOver: Your Friendly Mac Distraction Reducer App

Ever since the advent of Windows, it has been an issue to keep your mind on a single task. All the helpful windows make focusing on task at hand problematic; popups endangered that further, and notifications have blasted our attention span to smithereens.asdf

iPad was a bit of a reactionary revolution in forcing people to work on a single app at a time, but with HazeOver, you can make your active window much more prominent.

So what is this app? Well, simply put, HazeOver is a new Mac Store app that darkens all the background app, leaving your currently selected app in the foreground. Read More...