Apple devices do get a fairly good camera and we do not miss even a single moment to click pictures. Clicking pictures is no hard job but out of excitement when we want to show these pictures to any person, it takes appreciable time to scroll through the home screen pages, open photos app, again scroll through the camera roll pictures and finally open the desired photo.
I can help you make this process simples as for Jailbroken idevices a new app has come up which lets you put your favorite pictures right on the home screen as icons. This way you would not have to waste time while searching the photo in your camera roll and you can open the photo instantly.
Named as SBPhoto, the app can be downloaded for free and puts an icon of the same on the main scree. The app does not offer much on the interface front and is extremely easy to use. The interface has three sections, Select Photo, Icon Caption and Create Photo Icon button.
So the procedure is as follows. Press Select Photo and choose a photo from the camera roll.
In the next step you need to put a caption to your photo icon. The preview of the icon is available just below the icon caption space.
Lastly hit Create Photo Icon and after taking a few seconds an icon will be create of that very picture on the home screen.
Here in the picture below I have created icons for two pictures and this will tell you how the picture icons look.
One has to search the keyword SBPhoto without any space in Cydia search.
Note: If you want to delete all the photo icons at once from the home screen you can hit the delete button(one on the bottom right) on the main interface of the app. In case you want to keep some of the photos then you can long press the icon so that they move to the wiggle state and then can remove one by one.
App Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.
Conclusion: Brilliant app and I like the concept of bringing your favorite pictures right upto your home screen.
Our Rating: 4/5 | Price: Free | Visit Cydia To Install This App
[ This App Comes For Android – No ]