Today a new Cydia utility was released into Cydia called AppInfo. This new and FREE utility, allows you to find out information on all of your installed apps; both 3rd party and official iOS apps. Upon installing AppInfo, you will be presented with an easy to use interface which splits up your apps into a three tabbed navigation system, that includes AppStore, Cydia and System. Within each of these tabs, you will be presented with a list of all your installed apps, which by clicking one of the apps, you can find out advanced information like an apps file size, version number, developer etc…
If you have the utility, iFile installed, you can even directly view an apps filesystem by clicking the iFile button inside an apps information page. As you can see AppInfo is a great new utility, if you want to find out some advanced information about specific applications. AppInfo includes the following features:
- List of AppStore App
- List of Cydia App
- List of System App
- Display version, folder, name…
- Calculate the App size
- Open App Folder in iFile
- Open App in AppStore
- Open App in Cydia
- Available in German, English, French, Italian and Spanish.
If you are interested in AppInfo you can find it available for FREE via the BigBoss repo…
for some reason it doesnt install (im on iphone 4 iOS 4.1 jailbroken with either redsn0w or greenpois0n)
Mack- I’m also on iP4, 4.1, gp. It installed fine for me. I think I was having issues with pkgbackup. Ever since I first installed that one, my respring was horribly slow to respond, sometimes not at all. And my SBSettings would freeze up if I tried to respring from there. Then one day I did a reboot via SBSettings, and I got stuck in the apple boot loop! Had to totally restore (4.2), downgrade, rej/b, then reinstall everything. I did NOT use pkgbackup for that. But I DID love that app because I could email myself all the programs I had installed. So after all that reinstalling, I did pkgbackup last, and have since had the same respring problems. So when this came out, I dumped pkgbkp and all it’s problems, and now I can EASILY get the info I need with this. My point (long winded, sorry), is that maybe you have a conflicting app?? Good luck.
it installed now. i think the repo/server was down temporarily. i tried it again a few hours later and it worked.