Jailbreaking the iOS device opens a whole new world of useful apps and tweaks. These apps and tweaks come in handy when you are planning to add some new function to the iDevice. Here comes a useful tweak for those who regularly use the Spotlight search on their device.
The Spotlight search on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is limited in the sense that it only searches your device and not on the web. Wouldn’t it be great if you can add new search options to Spotlight search on iOS? That’s exactly what SLightEnhancerSearch, a new Jailbreak tweak can do.
This tweak adds new search options to Spotlight, which allows you to search on Wikipedia, Cydia, Amazon, AppStore, YouTube, and many more websites. Basically, this means that your boring and not-so-useful Spotlight search feature can now do many more things.
After installing this tweak, you can configure it from the Settings app. There’s a dedicated preference panel, where you can choose the desired services/websites to search on. If you don’t need a particular option, then just turn it OFF. Once done, tap on Apply Changes and then your device will be ready.
Now you can check out the Spotlight search and it will include the new search options that you have added from the Settings section.
You can get this SLightEnhancerSearch Jailbreak tweak from Cydia’s BigBoss repo, and the best part is that it is a free tweak. If you are thinking of adding more options to Spotlight search, then this is a must try tweak.