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    Default New Cydia Theme Center Makes It Easier To Find And Install Themes To Customize Your J

    If you like installing the latest themes on your jailbroken iPhone to give it a new look but never enjoyed the experience of finding a theme due to the haphazard way in which the themes are arranged in Cydia then we have some good news. Things are going to get a lot better.

    Saurik, developer of Cydia – the App Store for jailbreak apps has recently updated Cydia to add a Themes only section called “Theme Center” that is accessible from the front page.

    You may have already noticed it. If you launch Cydia, you will now see a link to the Themes center. Tapping on it, takes you to the revised Theme Center where you can select between themes for iPhone 4 [HD (iPhone 4, “Retina”)] and themes for iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS.

    The themes available currently are featured themes that has been selected by MacCiti, ModMyi and Planet-iPhones. They plan to provide new content on a bi-weekly basis. In Cydia 1.1, which is expected to be released soon, will also allow users to submit their own themes and also vote for the best themes.

    Some themes are available for free, while the paid ones cost anywhere from $0.99 to $2.99.

    Theme Center is the latest in the series of changes that Saurik plans to rollout in the next few weeks to improve the jailbreak app store. Last week, Saurik had updated Cydia with a new ‘Manage Account’ feature, which shows the list of jailbreak apps that have been purchased from the Cydia App Store.

    As always, if you’ve jailbroken your iPhone then checkout it out and let us know what you think of the new Cydia Theme Center in the comments section below.


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