In a recent update of iA Writer, the application changed the default file format from MD to TXT. Since I use iA Writer to write in markdown, as I assume most of you do, this change came as a bit of a nuissance to me. Furthermore, there is no options in settings to configure. The only option is to start writing your file in .txt format, and later rename it to .md.
The SuperCoach AFL season 2013 is back! Once again, the application costs $2.99 AND has ads. I could write a whole post about my thoughts on this concept, but I won’t as some of you might still be under 18. Last year I made a tweak to remove ads on the jailbroken iPhone. This year the SuperCoach app is made slightly differently but there is a way, of
While we patiently await for a new jailbreak tool, little tweaks that do not require a jailbroken iPhone emerge here and there. Most of them are minor, such as deleting stock app icons, displaying signal strength numerically, or displaying a custom carrier logo, but they are fun to do if nothing else. Today I have stumbled upon another nifty little tweak which
There are many ways to download videos off Youtube. There are numerous programs/applications that can do it, or alternatively you may choose an online tool that does the same. But wouldn’t it be nice if you could just right-click & save the video just like you would do with an online image or linked file? Actually, you can! I don’t have a clue
Every day I look for ways to tweak my non-jailbroken iPhone 5. I must have over a hundred wallpapers which I change often to make up for the fact I can’t customize it… yet. However I stumbled upon two posts in Beau Giles’ blog which describes how to display a custom carrier logo image instead of the usual written name of your carrier (links to Beau’s
OK, so this is a bit of a useless tweak. I mean, the numerical signal strength (in decibels, you serious?) is probably more accurate than using five bars, but at the end of the day it doesn’t help you if your signal is poor. Some argue that you can orient yourself or walk towards a signal tower to strengthen your signal reception, but in my experience that is
The iOS is gold. Simple, intuitive, beautiful. There is not much I would change. Well maybe a thing or two, but that is what a jailbreak is for. One of my favorite features is the hold-til-it-wiggles gesture to delete app icons. Just too easy. However, it always bothered me that I could not delete the stock app icons in the same way. I do use many apps Continue reading
All of us are waiting impatiently. I know I am. A few days ago I posted a link to Cammy Harbison’s articles about updates regarding a jailbreaking tool for iPhone 5 and/or iOS 6, but in the end, as usual, there is no definite ETA. All we can do is guess, and this is what I invite you to do below. Have a great day!
I haven’t written any posts here for a while. The reason is that I am studying for my FRACP exams in February 2013 and don’t have much time for anything else. It so happens that there is no jailbreak available for my iPhone 5 and therefore I don’t have much to write about anyways. This, together with the NHL lockout, couldn’t occur at a better time – the Continue reading
A couple of days ago, as I was scrolling through my Twitter timeline, I saw this tweet from @Zooropalg: