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Covert Brings Private Browsing in Safari for Free
The popular developer behind InfiniDocks, InfiniFolders, ProSwitcher, etc. has developed a new tweak called “Covert”, the tweak that enables private browsing in Safari. With this tweak you can easily enable and disable anonymous browsing directly from Mobile Safari.
When you install this tweak, Safari Mobile Browser interface will be slightly changed. you’ll see a new “Private Browsing” button just between “New Page” and “Done” which will enable you to browse web privately (i.e. without leaving any data in your history). Once you activate private browsing, Safari UI’s will turn grey to show that private mode is enabled. This function is useful if you want to browse safely and peacefully on your iOS device.
Covert will be available in Cydia via BigBoss repo for free within the next hours, we will updated the post whenever it’s available.
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