One of the interesting features Android users have been enjoying for some time includes video ringtones. While iPhone users can add a photo for incoming calls, there's currently no native option in iOS to use video for this purpose. But anyone with a jailbroken device can achieve this effect with the tweak LiveRinging. With LiveRinging, incoming calls can be assigned a video to automatically play.
iPhone owners may not be familiar with the App Drawer or App Tray found on Android devices. In a nutshell, the App Drawer provides a central location to view and launch all installed apps. Now iOS 9 users can enjoy this same convenience using the appropriately named jailbreak tweak AppDrawer. Once installed, a single app icon labeled Apps appears on the iOS home screen.
Looking to give an iOS device some Android-inspired personality? Jailbreakers might enjoy the tweak Andrios, which brings many Android features and style elements to iOS. Andrios actually adds several widgets and tweaks that can be customized independently from one another. As a bonus, all of these features can be enabled or invoked using Activator.
Before announcing its new World of Warcraft expansion Warlords of Draenor at Blizzcon 2013, Blizzard revealed that its free-to-play card game Hearthstone Heroes of Warcraft will also be available on the iPhone and Android devices. The game was originally only expected to land on Windows, Mac and the iPad. The mobile version will launch after the desktop version sometime in Q2 of next year.
Hearthstone is a Magic: The Gathering-like digital collectible card game where players can battle as one of nine Warcraft heroes. Players will be able to earn free cards while playing the game, and will also be able to purchase additional card packs as in-app purchases, or by using their Battle.net balance.
Square Enix announced today that it will release Final Fantasy VI for iOS and Android devices this winter. Square director and producer Takashi Tokita told Kotaku that the game will be "like a remake of the original VI."
The mobile version of the game will feature sharpened 2D graphics and an updated battle system.
"The battle systems have been altered for the other [mobile remakes] for Final Fantasy and VI will be the same," explained Tokita "For instance grinding was an issue and people had to spend a lot of time leveling up. Now on the mobile devices the battle systems have been adjusted so you don't have to fight as much and can enjoy the game for what it is."