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IBNweather : Weather Widget for iPhone SpringBoard


IBNweather is a little mod graphics available in Cydia. This package is available on Zodttd repo. IBNweather works with Winterboard. IBNweather allows you to have the weather condition displayed right on your SpringBoard just the way you would see it by opening up the Weather app. Zodttd repo is installed by default with Cydia so all you have to do is search and install IBNweather. You should also install iBlank to create blank icons for proper placement of IBNweather on Springboard.

Step One : Search and Install IBNweather from Cydia.


Step Two : Launch iBlank, create 2 fake icons and set as the screenshot given below.


Step Three : Launch Winterboard and enable the IBNweather.


Step Four : That’s it now your weather app will appear as widget on iPhone springboard.


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  1. Go_L_Den March 28, 2010 Reply

    Don’t download this! Major RAM waste. While I was using it, I would idle at about 29 MB ram, once I deactivated it through winterboard I idled at 56MB. Not worth it for something that checks a weather app for you…

  2. Votsreire December 12, 2009 Reply

    Could not find a suitable section so I written here, how to become a moderator for your forum, that need for this?

  3. ChronicBum November 20, 2009 Reply

    I get the degrees, but no picture shows up. I get the blue box with a ? in it. Any ideas?

  4. ben November 5, 2009 Reply

    i cant get this to see my home weather..

    I go to root, private, var, stash, themese.VatFE8, IBNWeather.theme .. and it just offers the preview


  5. MikeS. October 31, 2009 Reply

    I found it. SSH into your iphone, preferences (including location) can be set in configure.js in this folder:

  6. John Carter October 23, 2009 Reply

    Great widget, but it always shows different weather conditions than the actual weather app does. Where does it get the weather data?

  7. Kathy October 22, 2009 Reply

    Some questions, #1 how do you set this app for your local area? The icon I get is for rain and we just don’t get rain here in CA. Also, #2, I noticed in the description in my iPhone that there was a temperature reading displayed in the toolbar and that didn’t happen for me in my toolbar. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks. Keep up the hard work.

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