by Joe White
July 25, 2012
A brand-new jailbreak tweak allows jailbreakers to consult Wolfram Alpha, Evi (True Knowledge), and many more services from within the search text field in Safari for iOS. The package, called "SearchEnable," can be downloaded in the Cydia Store for free. Once installed, users are able to configure which search engine Safari's search field uses. Though it's already possible to choose between Google, Bing and Yahoo!, SearchEnable adds a number of additional engines, including Wolfram Alpha, Evi (True Knowledge), Ask and Baidu. If Google, Bing and Yahoo! don't satisfy your search engine needs, take a look at SearchEnable in the Cydia Store now. Currently, the jailbreak tweak is available to download for free via the ModMyi repository. For more information, take a look at Jailbreak Nation's preview video of the package, which we've embedded below.
(If you can't see the above video, please click this link.)Source: Jailbreak Nation