As the jailbreaking community developed and gained more acceptance into the current society, most users started to regard the Cydia platform as quite the same thing as jailbreaking your iOS device. You should know by now that the idea that Cydia is a synonym with the jailbreaking process is completely wrong. There are alternatives for Cydia. Cydia is just one of many third party app platforms for iOS. We should not disregard the alternatives, especially considering that competition will push the developers to increase the quality of their releases and in order to pose as a threat to Cydia, the others’ platforms developers are supposed to push themselves a little bit more, in order to affirm themselves as a viable option.
Apparently a new service that is known as iTweak is willing to push these boundaries a little bit more, by delivering tweaks and apps for jailbroken devices. Currently this service is running over the Internet, shortly put is web-based and will be accessible with login information and account management options.
A good thing for iTweak is that has a very well integrated interface with the iOS interface that makes it actually feel like a native iOS app and has the ability to redirect users straight to the updated packages.
In the past there have been some similar services, and most of them disappeared due to failing or being incorporated into larger entities present on the jailbreak scene. The downside for the developers is that such a big service has to imply great maintenance costs and in order for such a service to survive needs to become popular instantly.
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