Now, many believe that Jay Freeman’s “jailbreak application store” should get a makeover, in the wake of the introduction of Cupertino tech giant Apple’s all-new App Store app (in iOS 6).
Those who want a makeover for Cydia underline that changes are necessary for the improvement of the jailbreak application store.
They suggest that in the current era of iOS app design, Cydia should look like iOS 6′s iTunes Store and App Store applications that have traded-in their blue user interface look for a dark/black appearance. Apart from that, users should be encouraged to sign-in to their Cydia account upon launching the application, in case they have not already signed-in.
Another great idea is to hide sections, in the “Sections” tab, with a swipe to allow users to customize precisely what appears in this part of the application. This would be liked by almost all users as they most likely do not interact with all the listed sections.
Developed by Jay Freeman and his company SaurikIT, Cydia is the leading third-party digital distribution platform for software on iOS.