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Orbit, Stack and iDashboard for iPhone iPod

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Last time we discussed that Steven Troughton-Smith infamous creator of Stack turned the Ocean Observations Expose for iPhone in to reality. Steven released the Expose for iPhone in Cydia Store as Orbit. Orbit is not a free application and it costs 1.99$ and it’s really worth. Orbit makes your iPhone/iPod experience more easy. Here we collected three different projects: Orbit, Stack and iDashboard that turns your iDevice experience more like OS X.

1 Orbit : Orbit allows a user to quickly locate an open window, or to hide all windows and show the desktop without the need to click through many windows to find a specific target. These may, in fact, a new page for easier opening of Spotlight, one of the new features introduced with firmware 3.0 that allows you to search through our complete iPhone or iPod Touch.

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2 iDashboard (Beta) : Dashboard is an application for Apple’s Mac OS X operating systems, used for hosting mini-applications known as widgets. iDashboard implements the same functionality for iPhone. iDashboard already included widgets as the analog clock, translator, calculator, etc.  iPhone’s native clock and calculator are only available for "porting"  , but in future will be implemented for the other widgets.

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  • Add  BeYouriPhone repo to Cydia : “http://repo.beyouriphone.com/”
  • Navigate to Cydia and search for "iDashboard" (If you have not already, download also "Winterboard")
  • Open Winterboard and enabled "Dashboard"
  • Go to Settings> General> Home> Dashboard activated and deactivated iPod Controls

3 Stack V3 : Stack is one of the oldest and most popular additions to your iPhone or iPod touch that adds a quick-launch menu to your Dock, giving rapid access to your favorite applications. Stack V3 is also about to release very soon. As the Stack v3 is currently in alpha, to get a copy you must donate via the official site to get a copy.

Stack for iPhone

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  1. Ocean Observations October 20, 2009 Reply

    The Orbit app is based on a concept developed by Ocean Observations. To see the original video that inspired Steve to make this app, visit us on:
    http://www.youtube.com/oceanobservations/

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