Doing It Right With iOS 9 and saving battery

Battery life was always an issue with high end mobile devices. That is to be expected; some 20 years ago, cell phones could only make calls and send and receive messages. However, the advent of smartphones changed all that. Now, they’re essentially small PCs that we use for everything: for photos, movies, notes, everyday correspondence. Cell phones of old could …

Activator 1.9.3 finally released on Cydia!

When Activator first appeared, it took the iOS world by storm. A backbone of many Cydia’s tweaks, this neat little jailbreak app allowed its users to use gesture-based controls on nearly anything. If you already have a jailbroken device, in all probability, it already has Activator silently running in the background without you realizing it. Now, Activator was used to make …

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. iPad was a bit of a reactionary revolution in forcing people to work on a single app …

WeatherPeek – A Nifty Weather App for Your Home Screen

It seems that we just can’t get enough of weather apps. Not surprising – it allows us to prepare better for going outside, as well as giving us something to talk to with random strangers we happen to encounter in elevators. In essence, weather is a sure way to break an awkward silence; WeatherPeek is here to help you deal …