Reading small text is difficult. Reading small text on a 3.5″ screen is insane. Sure, Safari allows for pinch to zoom, but what if you just want to magnify your text old-school style? Sadly, there’s no default provision to do so.
As always, that’s where the jailbreak community comes in. This latest tweak — Magnifier for Safari — makes it really simple to dynamically boost the size of your text. Check inside for a brief demonstration of this text-size boosting tweak…
Available to all iPhone owning jailbreakers on Cydia’s BigBoss repo for $0.99, Magnifier for Safari adds an Adjust FontSize option to Safari’s share menu.
Tapping this new option enables a sliding magnification scale, which changes the text size of the web page you’re visiting on the fly.
If you’re on iOS 4 or higher, and you’re eyes are beginning to hate your habits, check out Magnifier for Safari and let us know what you think.