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Cydia 1.1.10 gets easier source/package management

updated 12:22 pm EDT, Thu June 12, 2014

Streamlines several tasks

Cydia, the app distribution platform for jailbroken iOS devices, has been updated to v1.1.10. The software has been given improved handling of sources and packages, namely by relocating functions that were previously buried within three different sections in the Manage tab. That tab has in fact been renamed Installed, and only contains what was in Manage's "Packages" section, along with a quick User/Expert/Recent selector at the top.

Sources are now added simply by tapping an "Edit" button at the top of a new Sources tab. Cosmetically the app has received touches such as a flat iOS 7-style icon, and a red wheel that indicates when sources are refreshing. Some other changes include limited multitasking for Google's two-step authentication, and international keyboard support on all compatible versions of iOS.

by MacNN Staff





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