App Control: downgrade App Store apps right from your jailbroken iPhone- IDOWNLAODBLOG review 

Here is another great article from Jeff benjiman writer, tweak reviewer and someone I’ve looked up to since I first jailbroke way back on iOS 42.1 /iOS 5.1.1

 App control tweak review  

Late last year, we showed you how to downgrade App Store apps directly from Apple using iTunes. The method was anything but straightforward, but it did indeed work.
Today, I’d like to show you a brand new method for downgrading App Store apps. Not only is it much easier than the old method, but it runs right on your iPhone, so no computer is required. The only “downside” is that you must be jailbroken to use this method, as it relies on a jailbreak tweak that’s now in beta. That said, it’s way easier than the prior method that doesn’t require a jailbreak.
Want to see how easy it is to downgrade virtually any App Store app using only a jailbroken iPhone? Watch our video and see UnlimApp’s new jailbreak tweak, App Control, in action. 

 
  
Downgrading apps made easy
You also have the ability to go way back in time by providing the version number of the app you wish to downgrade. This version number can be obtained via the app’s iTunesMetadata.plist in /private/var/mobile/Containers/Bundle/Application/. This is basically doing the exact same thing that we showed you in our previous downgrade tutorial, albeit with a lot less legwork on the user end.

These couple new jailbreak tweaks improve the look of safari 

Here’s great post from @jeffbenjiman from IDOWNLAODBLOG    
 Developer Chikuwa has released several new jailbreak tweaks all squarely aimed at modifying the Safari experience. The first tweak of Chikuwa’s we covered was FirstEditBookmark. That’s a tweak that allows you to edit bookmarks URLs in Safari as you’re adding them.
The remaining three tweaks are more visually-oriented. As such, I thought that it would be appropriate to showcase all three in the post that follows.
The first tweak that I’d like to talk about is FlatSafariURL. This is a tweak that might sound weird when reading its description, but I ended up liking it a lot. FlatSafariURL flattens the address bar at the top of Safari, and makes the entire area of the address flat and white. It’s a tweak that totally gets rid of the traditional address box that we’re all familiar with in favor of a look that’s much cleaner.

Flat (right) looks better in my opinion
The results, in my opinion at least, speak for themselves. It’s a tweak that features no options or settings to configure, and I recommend it. Just look at the before and after picture above.
The next tweak is ColorSafariProgress. As you might imagine, this tweak lets you change the color of the progress indicator. This is accomplished via a simple preference panel in the stock settings app.

These couple new jailbreak tweaks improve the look of safari 

   
 Developer Chikuwa has released several new jailbreak tweaks all squarely aimed at modifying the Safari experience. The first tweak of Chikuwa’s we covered was FirstEditBookmark. That’s a tweak that allows you to edit bookmarks URLs in Safari as you’re adding them.
The remaining three tweaks are more visually-oriented. As such, I thought that it would be appropriate to showcase all three in the post that follows.
The first tweak that I’d like to talk about is FlatSafariURL. This is a tweak that might sound weird when reading its description, but I ended up liking it a lot. FlatSafariURL flattens the address bar at the top of Safari, and makes the entire area of the address flat and white. It’s a tweak that totally gets rid of the traditional address box that we’re all familiar with in favor of a look that’s much cleaner.

Flat (right) looks better in my opinion
The results, in my opinion at least, speak for themselves. It’s a tweak that features no options or settings to configure, and I recommend it. Just look at the before and after picture above.
The next tweak is ColorSafariProgress. As you might imagine, this tweak lets you change the color of the progress indicator. This is accomplished via a simple preference panel in the stock settings app.