Friday, March 31, 2017

How To Show Hourly Weather Forecast For Destination On Apple Maps

If you're planning trip with your family or friends now you can use a great feature that allows you to show hourly weather forecast for destination on Apple Maps. This features was released in iOS 10.3 software update that has brought many new features and performance improvements to various part of iOS. 


Before users were able to see weather conditions on  Weather app only for the cities that users should add manually within the app. Now Apple Maps allows you to see your weather forecast for the location you’re currently viewing even if you haven't added that city in the Weather app. So follow the easy steps below to learn how to do it.

How To Display Hourly Weather Forecast For Destination On Apple Maps


Before you proceed note that this new feature is currently supports only 3D Touch-enabled iPhone models with iOS 10.3 or later. 

Step 1) Open Maps on your device that must run iOS 10.3 or later.

Step 2) Then zoom in until you'll see the weather icon in the lower-right corner. It shows the current temperature and weather conditions for that area, and updates dynamically as you pan around the map.

Step 3) Now to enable the feature to see the hourly weather forecast for the next ten hours in that location just 3D Touch the weather icon that is located in the lower-right corner. 3D Touch once again and it opens that city’s detailed weather forecast in the Weather app.


Note, if you haven't added the current location shown on the map in Weather, then you'll see a pop up alert offering you to add that city to the Weather app.

In conclusion I can say that your iPhone can be a real helper in planning your trip, as by showing hourly weather forecast for destination on Apple Maps it helps to avoid bad weather and enjoy you free time in full.

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

How To Set YouTube-Inspired Volume HUD On iOS 10 iPhone

Those who have jailbroken device have a great ability to easily set YouTube-inspired volume HUD on iOS 10 iPhone. It can be extremely annoying when the volume HUD on your device covers a large portion of the screen while you’re watching a video on your iPhone. YouTube got around this by displaying the volume HUD in the Status bar when watching a fullscreen video. 

Because Google offered the right idea, iOS developer midkin decided to create a YouTube-inspired volume HUD tweak that’s made to work across your whole iOS platform. The new jailbreak tweak YouTubeVolume becomes the result of midkin's work.


So to set YouTube-inspired volume HUD on iOS 10 iPhone you should first navigate to Cydia’s BigBoss repository and search for YouTubeVolume tweak that is available as a free download package. YouTubeVolume supports all jailbroken iOS 8, 9, and 10 devices. The tweak comes with dedicated preference pane from where you can toggle it on or off. Right after the tweak will be installed on your jailbroken device you will see the changes to the volume HUD any time you press either of your volume buttons, whether you’re in an app or on the Home screen. There is no need to respring your device as all your changes will take place right away.


In apps where you try to watch a video, play a full-screen game, or enjoy other features of the app itself that are normally hindered by the Volume HUD, this tweak offers a large enhancement in accessibility and visual aesthetics.

It’s worth noting that YouTubeVolume doesn’t modify the YouTube app in any way shape or form, so you will still experience the YouTube app exactly how Google intended you to experience it.

YouTubeVolume is a simple tweak that actually brings tiny design changes but if you like the way YouTube volume HUD and wan to enable it on your iOS device then it is the great choice.


Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Public iOS 10.3 Download Links For Compatible iDevices

You can get public iOS 10.3 download links from our post if you prefer clean installation. After seven beta releases, iOS 10.3 is ready for the masses. This recent update will most likely be the last major point release in iOS 10. However, 10.3 might not seem like a significant update. But there are a lot of little things that improve user experience. Here are a few of the most note-worthy upgrades.


SiriKit: SiriKit, which lets third-party apps access Siri, has been updated with important features enabling the virtual assistant to schedule future rides from services such as, Ola, Uber, pay bills, check the status of payments etc.

Maps: First of all, the 3D spinning globe view you’d get when you zoomed all the way out in the satellite view is gone. You’ll now get a flat earth view.Also, when you search for a city or an area, you’ll see a little weather icon in the bottom-right with the current temperature. If you have an iPhone 6s or above, you’ll be able to 3D Touch it once to bring up an hourly forecast. 3D Touch once again and it opens that city’s detailed weather forecast in the Weather app.


CarPlay: CarPlay now features shortcuts for launching the most recently used apps and the location of EV charging stations as well.


Find My AirPods: AirPods are notoriously easy to lose, even in the house. You can now find your lost or misplaced iPhone thanks to a feature called Find My AirPods which is available in the “Find My iPhone” app.

Apple ID Settings profile: When you open the Settings app, you’ll now see your own profile icon, and name at the top. Tapping here gives you access to all of your Apple ID, iCloud, iTunes and App Store details. 


Right below, you’ll see any important notifications relating to your Apple account (if any).


The iCloud page, for instance, has a new storage bar at the top making it easy to visually see the storage space that’s taken up.

Scroll down and you’ll see a list of all the devices connected to your iCloud account.

Apple File System: In iOS 10.3, the iPhone's file system uses Apple File System (APFS). APFS, which is optimized for Flash/SSD storage, has important features such as, strong encryption, space sharing, copy-on-write metadata, cloning for files and directories, snapshots etc.

So if you're interested to upgrade your device using clean installation here are public iOS 10.3 download links for iPhone and all compatible iOS devices:


Friday, March 24, 2017

How To Permanently Delete Facebook Account On iOS 10 iPhone

If you want to know how to permanently delete Facebook account on iPhone then go on reading this post. There are few reasons you want to delete your Facebook account. It can be certain issues such as obscene contents on your profile or excessive friend requests from strangers. However, you can also deactivate your account temporarily, if you don't want to delete it forever. How to differentiate these two concepts.


Deactivating the account means that most of what exists now as your Facebook profile will get temporarily cleared, but you can reactivate at any time you want. Your personal info, pictures and posts stay with Facebook even though it’s not visible to any of your friends or anyone else during this time.

Deleting your account means it’s gone forever. If you ever decide to rejoin Facebook, you’d have to create a brand new one from scratch with new posts, friends, photos and settings.

How To Permanently Delete Facebook Account On iPhone


If you for some personal reasons want to get rid of your account just follow a few simple steps below.

Step 1. Click on More from the bottom right corner.

Step 2. Scroll down and tap on Help Center listed under Settings.

Step 3. Click on Editing your Account.

Step 4. Click on Deactivating & Deleting Your Account.

Step 5. Click on How do I permanently delete my account.

Step 6. Make sure to read the after effects of deleting your account. Click on let us know.

Step 7. Enter your password to confirm deletion.

That's it. You've just permanently deleted your Facebook account on iPhone. Note that it can take up to 90 days to permanently erase everything that is tied to you account after you put in the request. All of your personal data immediately becomes inaccessible, but it could still remain on Facebook’s servers till the purge processes will be completed. 

How To Mask Notifications Based On Keywords Or Names In iOS 10

If you take care about your personal information on your device you can now mask notifications based on keywords in iOS 10. Of course you feel uncomfortable when someone look over your shoulder trying to see what and who you’re texting. A new Cydia release known as MaskMe10 by RIshanan gives you some peace of mind by providing you with masking options for your incoming message notifications.


At first glance this tweak sounds similar to a recently released tweak called NotifyCensored, but MaskMe10 tweak works differently, so go on reading.

How To Mask Notifications Based On Keywords Or Specific Names 


MaskMe10 tweak allows you to filter incoming message notifications from certain people or that contain certain keywords. If a message you receive meets either of the aforementioned criteria, then the tweak will mask your notification with any customized placeholder text you want. If it doesn’t meet either of the criteria, then you’ll see the notification as it was intended to be shown in the first place.

So to get ability to mask notifications based on keywords in iOS 10 you should install MaskMe10 tweak that is available from Cydia’s BigBoss repo for free. You can configure the tweak from the Settings app, where you’ll find a new preferences pane dedicated strictly to MaskMe10’s filtering options:


In tweak's preference pane you'll find a switch for toggling the tweak on or off, as well as toggle switches for each of the individual features. Under each section, you can pick your filters; the tweak gives you filtering options based on both name and message content.

To hide messages from certain people, you can simply enter their name (separate multiple names by semicolons) into the name field. Then, pick a name you want to appear in its place instead whenever someone with a saved name messages you.

To hide messages containing certain a keyword(s), you will enter the keyword (separate multiple words by semicolons) into the content field, and the MaskMe10will filter any messages that contain your predefined word(s) and replace the message content with your chosen placeholder text instead.



Thursday, March 23, 2017

New Tweak Hides Notification Banner Content On A Per-App Basis

When privacy is important for you, sometimes you want to hide notification banner content on a per-app basis in iOS 10, as notifications that pop up from some apps can easily carry sensitive information that can be readable by anyone who might be looking at your device at that moment. Some apps like Facebook Messenger, Messages and Mail, come with internal settings for hiding message content, but not all messaging apps have these options. That's why a new Cydia release known as NotifyCensored by Pax Cex fixes this problem by allowing you to hide notification banner content on a per-app basis in iOS 10.


NotifyCensored tweak really takes care of your privacy as it not only can conceal the messages you receive, but also who’s sending them. It hides information from notification banners throughout iOS platform, including the notifications message on banner Lockscreen and Notification Center.

The stock options of some iPhone app's allow you to hide the content of the message, but not the name of the sender. This is just one way that the tweak actually one step ahead of the stock settings in some apps. Additionally, NotifyCensored tweak supports a bulk of other third-party messaging apps, which can be enabled/disabled from the dedicated preferences pane in the Settings app:


Just toggle the app you want and you’re ready to go, as all your changes take effect right away without respring.

NotifyCensored is available as a free download package from Cydia’s BigBoss repo. The tweak supports all jailbroken iOS 9 and 10 devices. So if you don’t want to miss out on any notification and at the same time don’t want anyone to peer at your private info, then NotifyCensored is the best choice for you. As you can see jailbreaking not only offers a wide variety of new functionality that you can add to your iOS device but it take care about you personal info as well.

How To Set The Default Email App On iOS 10 iPhone

In this post we'll show you how to set the default Email app on iOS 10 iPhone. As you know the stock Mail app in iOS is the default mail client and there’s no way that you can change this. This means that you’re stuck with using the stock Mail app for things like composing an email when clicking on mail hyperlinks such as ‘mail:to’.


However, there are multiple amazing third-party mail apps in the App Store that offer a lot of interesting and useful features. And if you ever wished to use any of these as your default mail app, then you should use a new jailbreak tweak dubbed as MailClientDefault10. With this tweak, you can easily set a third-party email app as your default mail client.

MailClientDefault10 tweak currently supports four third-party mail apps including:
  • Gmail
  • Inbox
  • Outlook
  • Spark

So if you want to set the default Email app on iOS 10 iPhone with the help of MailClientDefault10 tweak then you should navigate to Cydia’s BigBoss repo and grab this tweak for free. The tweak supports only jailbroken iOS 10 devices.

Once you're done with installation, go to tweak's preferences pane in Settings app and there you can pick a default mail client from the four supported email apps. Once selected, the next time when you will attempt to launch the default mail app n your jailbroken device, it will open the third-party app that you chose in Settings rather instead of the stock Mail app.

Apart from these four email apps, there are tons of other great email clients it would be really great if developer behind the tweak decided to increase the list of supported mail clients. I believe he can do it easily in the future updates to the tweak. 

MailClientDefault10 is really useful tweak for those who want to use the alternative third-party mail app to the stock Mail app.