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iHackintosh iPhone app Available in Cydia


It is with great pleasure to present to all of iHackintosh’s readers, the first free iPhone and iPod Touch iHackintosh application. You can install iHackintosh web app from NERV repo in Cydia. Just add the following repo in your Cydia     ” http://www.cmdshft.ipwn.me/apt/” refresh the packages and search for iHackintosh. Through this application, you will be able to keep track of and read all the latest news, application reviews, guides, contests and many more from both iPhone and iPod Touch.

Lets give you a sneak peak of what this app has to offer:

When you first launch the application, you will be presented with the Main screen, from which you can directly choose what to do.

As you can see from the screenshot below, you can choose from all the available categories such as Apple News, iPhone News, Mac News…

Furthermore, if you want to find a previous post that you have once read, you can use the search feature which is also available from the Main screen.

If you want to just view all the latest news, you can choose Home, or RSS Feed, which contains the latests posts from all available categories.

Lets have a look at the Apple category. Once you click on Apple News, you will be presented with the latest posts available in that category, and you can just choose the post you want to read.

Now while reading the post, by pressing on the settings button from the top right corner, you will be presented with different options.
1 ) Go back to where you have previously been.
2 ) Open the post with Safari.

Another great feature of this amazing application, is the quick menu feature that is available. To access it, simply press on the arrow as shown in the screenshot below.

Through this menu, you are able to quickly access different sections of the application. For example, you can head on to the main menu, or by choosing categories, you can quickly get access to any specific category you want.

Furthermore, besides each category name, you can see the number of posts listed in this category.

To install iHackintosh app simply add the NERV repo –> http://www.cmdshft.ipwn.me/apt/ <– and then wait for Cydia to refresh packages. Now search for iHackintosh and hit the install button. After installing the app share your experiences here.

Special Thanks to CmdShft for providing repo space, Yoshi and AgentNet for icons and last but not least developer of the app who wants to be anonymous.


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  1. JazJon October 16, 2010 Reply

    Update: I was told you need to download ifile and open ifile and go to apt/etc/apt/sources.d.list.d

    and then you can then delete the bad repos

  2. JazJon October 15, 2010 Reply

    Any suggestions for my problem above? so annoying

  3. JazJon October 13, 2010 Reply

    Hey I tried to add this repo and it failed. Now every time Cydia loads it says it can’t find http://www.cmdshft.ipwn.me/apt/
    The problem now is this repo isnt showing up to be removed. Why is Cydia still trying to load this repo every time and now I can’t remove it? It’s not listed in my added repos at all! I have to wait for Cydia to time out every time now, so lame.

  4. rexton270 August 20, 2010 Reply

    Good job ! Thanx for Android section 🙂

  5. LEI Mobile May 3, 2010 Reply

    I know who the developer is! They helped us with push notifications on our app. We are still in review on the app store for our iPad version, but you can get our iPhone version.

  6. AliDavid April 4, 2010 Reply

    Cool, but indeed, the style/design sucks!

  7. SparrowHawk March 31, 2010 Reply

    Did not find repository Grrrrr

  8. Doodle March 13, 2010 Reply

    Yes iphoneheat is good. i read it regularly..Even redmondpie.com is good but some how news are same.

  9. turbo March 8, 2010 Reply

    i’m having the same problem as jsagolfer any ideas??

  10. radko93 March 6, 2010 Reply

    Did not find the repository…

  11. jsagolfer March 2, 2010 Reply

    I can’t add the repo to cydia – keeps coming up with “did not find reository”. Any thoughts Vinay?

    • Vinay March 2, 2010 Reply

      @jsagolfer may be you are typing a wrong repo address, please try again.

  12. goodnesReal February 25, 2010 Reply

    I wonder when and how can a developer be anonymous. Doesn’t make sense.
    I love iPhoneheat.com, did you guys try it?

  13. Soma February 22, 2010 Reply

    Cool ! But interface design is so UGLY (!!).

  14. j2innet February 22, 2010 Reply

    who develop this one? 😛 consider web application rite?

  15. aatkco February 22, 2010 Reply

    Great but I have to say , Style sucks

  16. neFos February 22, 2010 Reply


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