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iPhone 4 Jailbreak: More fun with Cydia/ merger

Just think how great it would be if you were able to have all the best jailbroken apps all in one place? Well that will soon be a possibility thanks to the upcoming merger of Cydia and Rock Your Phone. Once the new features from this merger are complete you will see a slew of enhancements to the Cydia store.

Those of you who were not afraid to jailbreak their iPhone 4 running on iOS 4.1 will be pleased with the considerable improvements that are to come, which Redmond Pie explains in detail.

We can tell you briefly that three of these improvements are as follows: Allowing you to download current Rock apps from Cydia, the best part is that there will be no repeat charge.

The second is talk of being allowed to rate apps, as well as offer what you thought about them. Thirdly is the ability to backup all packages that you currently have installed in your Cydia software application.

There is no denying that this Cydia/ merger will be a lot of fun to those iPhone 4 users who have jailbroken them. We have no idea on a release date, but Redmond Pie suspects that it could be on the same day as the new GreenPois0n jailbreak, what do you think?

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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