Monday, April 9, 2012

Curiosa - Cydia App Update Notifier / Background Updater

Curiosa - Notifications and Background updates for Cydia.

Do you remember Tweak Week ? The developer to initiated this challenge and submitted numerous cool tweaks for Cydia was Ryan Petrich aka @rpetrich Ryan Petrich has been a great source of contribution to Cydia applications. The latest to come from him is Curiosa . Curiosa can be used for updating Cydia aplications and to receive notifications for various Cydia apps. Curiosa is still in Beta state and Ryan has released a beta version for the app for public and it can be downloaded from his repository. To get this app on your iOS device, launch Cydia and add the following repository.

To Add The Repository

  1. Launch Cydia and got to Manage tab
  2. Select Sources from Manage tab
  3. Tap on edit and then add the repository
  4. From manage sources, select RPetri.ch Repository
  5. Finally from the list of applications select and install Curiosa

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You can set preferences for Curiosa to update hourly, every two hours, every six hours, daily, manually, or after respring. A manual refresh can be performed using Activator Events. Curiosa will show update notifications for packages that are installed and those that match the specified keywords.


                             TweakWeek was an open invitation to the jailbreak Cydia app developers to contribute and express their work in a unique way. Best Cydia tweaks were released during this event. Top cydia developers got themselves involved in releasing top and best cydia applications for fame as the condition for this event was the applications should be open source that means the developers won't get paid for anything but just demonstration of their skills in making best possible cydia applications and releasing them for free. Developers added their applications on their own repositories known as cydia sources. The rules for TweakWeek were as follows:
  1. The Developer should release daily 1 tweak for Seven Days
  2. The release should be an open source tweak and shouldn't be a paid one
  3. All work must be done on the day of the release it self.
TweakWeek was very successfull and we got to see and experience new tweak for 9 weeks, that's 63 New Tweaks. The developers who contributed to TweakWeek are as follows:


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