Steve Jobs famously said that the iPhone camera is probably the most famous and best camera out there. We love to shoot pictures from our iPhone and then relive the memories by seeing them pictures. The day on the beach, the holiday with the family, a date with the loved one or just some random shots out of sheer madness, the photo application brings back countless memories. However, at times, finding photos in the native photos.app could be a tedious task and one might miss some pictures in the process. To overcome this happening a new tweak named SBphoto has been launched.
SBphoto is a new Cydia tweak for your iPhone or iPad that lets you put icons on your SpringBoard which links directly to photos in your device’s Photos application and let you create an icon in which you can add photos and directly access them from the springboard.
Your photo icons can be created in 3 easy steps:
- Select the photo from your photo album by pressing the “Select Photo” button in Photos.
- Enter the caption that you want to appear under the icon.
- Press the “Create Photo Icon” to create the icon and it place the icon on your SpringBoard.
Astonishingly, you will need to have Location services enabled in your Settings.app, as SBphoto uses Apple’s Asset Library for making groups which requires that Location services are enabled, as well as the SBPhotoUtility application.
SBphoto is available now in the Cydia Store for $0.99 but in a few moments you will read as to how to download it for free. No new icons are added to your SpringBoard, and settings can be configured in your main Settings application.
To download this tweak for free:
- Open Cydia on your jailbroken iphone.
- Once the data is loaded, go to search and type in “SBphoto”
- It’s free in the xSellize, IHR and insanelyi repo.
- Select it and install it.
- Respring or reboot your device.
- You are done to use it.
If you know any other tweaks similar to this one or any other tweak which you might think would be useful to iphone users please let us know.
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