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The Find My Friends application available from the App Store allows you to easily locate your friends and family from your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad for free. This can be useful in a variety of different scenarios such as trying to meet up with your friends when you are in a heavily populated area like a mall.
Today a Cydia tweak was actually released for Find My Friends to get rid of the requirement of entering a password while initially starting up the Find My Friends app. This Cydia tweak is called FMFUnlocker and will be beneficial to those who use Find My Friends on a daily basis. Upon installing this Cydia tweak you will simply need to login to Find My Friends once more and you should never have to be burdened by logging into Find My Friends again.
Note: Apple has made it so you need to login when using Find My Friends for a reason. We do not personally recommend installing FMFUnlocker for security concerns.
If you are interested in the FMFUnlocker Cydia tweak you can find it through the BigBoss repo for FREE. Let us know what you think of this tweak in the comments section.