Reveal – No more shortened notifications!

Author: Joshua Tucker  //  Category: News

Reveal allows you to view more content in notifications. Scroll horizontally on banners to see more of the message. On the lock screen, scroll vertically on notification bubbles and tap table cells to expand them.

Here’s the recap:

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Firewall iP 1.49 out now

Author: Yllier  //  Category: Apps

Firewall iP, the first and only Firewall for the iPhone, got an update to 1.499 The changes are all in the background, but massive. It improves stability, memory usage and speed. Changelog 1.49: support for IP adresses: 123.123.123.* and major speed improvements: 60% faster when using large rule lists (lists with 1000+ items are no problem [...]

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Cydia Store Alive

Author: BigBoss  //  Category: Apps, Jailbreak, News

The CydiaStore is open for business. There is currently only one package that you can purchase in it. I have captured the purchase process so you can all see how it works.

Cydia store packages are going to be in blue writing. when you click on one, your install button says “purchase” instead of “install”.

See the install process of the first app with screenshots.

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Cydia Store Should Be Out Today

Author: BigBoss  //  Category: Apps, Jailbreak

The “Cydia Store” should be out today with a couple packages. What is the Cydia Store? Saurik, author of Cydia, is adding a checkout service for developers that sell software so they can sell it inside Cydia as an alternative to AppStore. This is already happening today, but developers are on their own to figure out how to charge and register their apps. The Cydia store will make this process easier for both developers and users.

Some facts about the store:

1) Cydia will still be Cydia. There will still be free apps, themes, and all the packages there are today. This is not a new app, there will not be a 2nd Cydia icon added to springboard.

2) The same sources work. Nothing changes there either.

3) Some packages may have a shopping cart next to them indicating that they’re not free. You will have to buy them. Paid packages currently show up in a blue font.

4) Registration is currently being handled by Facebook, but other registration methods are being implemented.

5) Checkout is currently being handled by Amazon shopping but other payment methods are being implemented.

6) Only a few packages are going to be part of the “store” to start in order for more testing of the process.

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