If you share all kinds of things from your iPhone or iPad with friends more often than the average Joe does, then a new free jailbreak tweak called Share Anywhere by wizages might be worth checking out.
Complete with Activator integration and an all-in-one menu, this tweak makes it easier to share photos, screenshots, and blocks of text from anywhere in iOS.
Without a doubt, sometimes taking a screenshot on your iPhone requires multiple screenshots that you have to stitch together to combine into a single screenshot. As a reviewer, this is something that I run into constantly when taking screenshots of settings for tweaks, and many other situations.
A new free jailbreak tweak called BigShotJb aims to make this process easier by allowing you to take long screenshots of scrolling interfaces, such as message conversations or Settings preference panes. We’ll show you more about it in this review.
There are a lot of people who choose to stick with the stock Twitter app because of Tweetbot 4’s price, but it is, without a doubt, one of the most popular third-party Twitter client apps out there for iOS devices.
Nevertheless, its popularity doesn’t make it perfect; there is one major downfall to Tweetbot 4 that many users find a little upsetting, and it’s that you can’t send photos in a direct message.
In comes a new jailbreak tweak dubbed Delen for Tweetbot, which now enables the feature for Tweetbot 4 users.
As iOS moves forward in design, square profile pictures across the platform are becoming somewhat dated in terms of aesthetics.
A new free jailbreak tweak duo called Round Profile Pic (for Facebook) and (for Twitter) are available in Cydia that let you bring the round profile picture effect to Facebook and Twitter, an aesthetic that already exists throughout all modern iOS versions in various native apps.
In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through how to convert various image file types to JPG or PNG on iPhone or iPad with a useful conversion app for iOS that can be downloaded from the App Store for free. Supported file types include JPEG, JPG, PNG, GIF, BMP, TIFF, TGA, and HEIF.
Learn how to reduce pictures file size on iPhone. Using Compress Images, we will lower file size of PNG, JPEG, and HEIF images on your iPhone saving storage space, and making it easier for you to share pictures with others.
Filippo Bigarella has come up with another doozy, and this time it involves your photos. More aptly, this time it involves the last photo you snapped with your iDevice. LastPic, is an upcoming jailbreak tweak that will allow you to easily share the last photo you took when sharing a photo via the Messages app. It works a lot like Tweetbot, which features similar functionality when posting photos to your Twitter stream.
The tweak is currently still being worked on, but you can be rest assured that we will see it available on Cydia in the near future. Stay tuned for more updates.
If you love snapping, I guess I should say “panning,” panoramic pictures with your new iOS 6 -enabled device, there is now a dedicated social environment solely for sharing your favorite wide shot pics. PanoPerfect, launching today, is a free and simple way to post and share your photos via iPhone, without them getting lost in another long list of other comments. Overall, the app is simple and easy to use, possibly making it one of the more popular ways users will choose to curate their favorite panos…
The list of additions in iOS 5 seems to get longer by the minute. While Apple’s WWDC keynote stated that there are over 200 new features in the upcoming software update, Scott Forstall and company only touched on 10 of them.
The remaining 190+ features are left for developers and beta testers to stumble upon, as everyone else awaits the software’s official release this fall. The latest find seems to suggest that iOS 5 will give users the ability to capture panoramic photos…
If you are into photography at all, chances are you have heard the name Leica. The brand is world-renowned for its line of quality cameras that have a very distinct, classic-looking build.
Well it seems like an L.A.-based consultancy firm wants to put a modern twist on the classic camera. Black Design Associates have developed a hybrid device that combines the power of an iPhone 4 with the photography skills of a Leica camera…