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This Jailbreak Tweak Removes The App Download Bar - Pointless? You Decide

This Jailbreak Tweak Removes The App Download Bar - Pointless? You Decide

August 13, 2012
Hoping to get rid of the iOS app download bar for good? Fortunately for you, a new jailbreak tweak - called "NoLine" - promises to do just that, banishing the application download status-bar from apps that are currently being downloaded from the App Store. Perhaps a better means of improving app downloading would be for jailbreakers to look at AppCent. This jailbreak tweak, which first launched back in June, allows jailbreakers to add a progress percentage to iOS app downloads. It's a handy jailbreak tweak, and works well. However, if you'd rather have no indication of your app's download process, NoLine is the jailbreak package for you. Put simply, once downloaded and installed, the status bar that appears when applications download from the App Store will promptly be removed. Granted, it might not be the most revolutionary jailbreak tweak to hit the Cydia Store this month, but nevertheless NoLine indeed does what it promises to do. Jailbreak Nation has a walkthrough video of NoLine, which we've embedded below. Check it out, and if you're interested in downloading NoLine, visit the Cydia Store where you can find the package available for free, via the BigBoss repository.

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Source: Jailbreak Nation

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