By Sébastien Page on Jan 22, 2014
I like to say that the best tweaks are often the most simple ones. I also like to say that there are tweaks for just about everybody, and something that works great for me might be completely useless to you.
This is the case of SpotDefine, a new tweak by Tyler Hoffman that lets you use Spotlight Search on iOS 7 to look up the definition of words… Read More
By Cody Lee on Jun 12, 2012
While we already know a ton about the major new features in iOS 6, we are still learning about the update’s lesser-known enhancements. Things that didn’t make it into Apple’s keynote yesterday.
The latest one we’ve come across, as pointed out by Gizmodo, is that your customized (personalized, whatever) dictionary gets the iCloud treatment in iOS 6, syncing it across all devices… Read More
By Jeff Benjamin on May 5, 2012
Spotlight search is very useful when you actually need to use it, but how many times do you find yourself needing to do so?
If you’re anything like me, you can probably count on one hand how many times you’ve used Spotlight over the past few months.
Perhaps this recently released jailbreak tweak will coerce you into using Spotlight a bit more often? It’s called SpotDict, and it allows you to look up words in iOS’ built in dictionary directly from the Spotlight search page… Read More
By Cody Lee on Oct 26, 2011
iOS 5 has tons of new features and additions that can make your life a little bit easier. The Lock screen camera icon can help you snap photos quicker, and Shortcuts can make typing long phrases and URLs a breeze.
There’s also a new feature called Dictionary which, as you might have guessed, enables you to look up the definitions of words on the fly. Dictionary is available system-wide, and can be accessed quickly with a single tap… Read More
By Jeff Benjamin on Oct 24, 2011
The built in dictionary is probably one of my favorite new features in iOS 5. It’s so incredibly handy, and it can be used across any app at any time.
Wouldn’t it be nice if you could search Google in the same way? Well now you can, thanks to DictGoogle — a new tweak that integrates seamlessly with iOS 5’s built in dictionary… Read More
By iDB Staff on Jun 7, 2011
With over 200 new features in iOS 5, we keep bumping into some interesting stuff. The latest one is the Dictionary feature. Anywhere you see text (email, note, Safari, Twitter, etc…), you can tap the word as if you wanted to copy it. It will bring the new “Define” option.
If you select “Define”, it will take you to a definition of the word… Read More