Private Browsing isn’t a new feature for Safari, but sometimes it can be a nuisance to enable. Whatever the reason may be, Apple has this feature tucked away within the Settings app.
The good news is, there’s a new Cydia tweak called Privata that will add a special toggle for the Private Browsing feature to Safari’s menu options.
Once installed, you’ll never have to dig through the Settings app again. The “Toggle Private Browsing” option appears in the same menu as “Add Bookmark” or “Add To Home Screen.”
Note: When using the Privata toggle, the first URL you visit when you’ve enabled Private Browsing will be visible in your history.
This tweak may not add anything exciting to your device, but it does give you the convenience of browsing privately without a trip to the Settings app.
If you’re interested in downloading Privata on your device, you can find it in the Cydia Store (via the ModMyi repository) for free. Leave a comment below and let us know what you think.
If you’d like to see Privata in action, check out our video demonstration:
If you can’t see the above video, please click this link.