iPhone Top Jailbreak Apps Roundup – September 2011

Well, it’s a new month and it’s time for a new roundup of great apps for the jailbroken iPhone. The jailbreak scene continues to grow and talented developers continue to find ways to make the iPhone better and better. The apps below are just a few of the reasons why the iPhone remains the #1 smartphone and why any iPhone owner should strongly consider jailbreaking their device.

Jailbreak Information

Jailbreak Applications

  1. VoiceKeys – Free – VoiceKeys is a new tweak that adds voice recognition to iOS. This tweak works quite well and allows you to use voice recognition any time the keyboard is visible.
  2. Android Recent Apps – $1.49 – Android Recent Apps is an iPhone and iPad Cydia tweak that gives your device Android-like app-switching and toggling. This tweak works via an Activator gesture so you will have multiple options for enabling it. Android Recent Apps will display up to 12 of your most recent apps, and allows you to easily launch them even if they have already been closed. There are no icons added to your SpringBoard and settings can be configured in your main Settings.app.
  3. AnyAttach – $1.99 – AnyAttach is an iPhone and iPad Cydia tweak that enables you to attach files to your emails right from inside iOS’ stock MobileMail app. AnyAttach comes with a file and photo/video picker that is accessible via the paper clip button that’s added to the subject bar in the ‘compose new mail window’ when you install this tweak.

  4. OpenOther+ – $199 – OpenOther+ is an iPhone and iPad Cydia tweak that allows you to “redirect” the launching of any application on your SpringBoard to another application of your choosing. For example, if you use Camera+ as your main picture-snapping app, you can now set the default iOS Camera.app icon to launch Camera+ instead when you tap it.

Well, that’s it for now! There are always great, new apps popping up in Cydia and the above apps are some of my favorite ones from the past month. These apps are all great reasons to jailbreak the iPhone and much thanks goes out to the Dev Team and Chronic Dev for their continued work in the jailbreak scene.

Thanks for reading and happy iPhone-ing!

3 Responses

  1. A friend of mine just emailed me one of your articles from a while back. I read that one a few more. Really enjoy your blog. Thanks

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  3. Good stuff man, love me some Cydia tweaks!

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