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“Sara Dictation Keyboard” JailbreakTweak For Non Siri Devices

Submitted by on February 15, 2013 – 12:47 am2 Comments

Recently Evad3rs launch the Evasi0n 1.2 version to fix all the bugs of Evasi0n 1.1. After this many tweaks were released for the iDevice users who like cydia tweaks. As we all know about the Siri feature. Siri is basically an application which works on voice command. It is an application that understands your voice and demand. Then according to your demand, Siri will do the work.

To know more about Siri, click on the below link:

Siri 101 : Basics And Setting It Up To Your iDevice

This Siri feature is really very good for the person who don’t have time to type something on his iDevice. But don’t wory, the person who don’t have this feature in his iPhone can use the cydia tweak which is Sara Dictation Keyboard jailbreak tweak. This jailbreak tweak is same as the voice detection based feature.

Sara Dictation Keyboard tweak for jailbreak devices

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Advantage of this new tweak is that no siri iDevices can also enjoy the experience of Siri with the help of Sara Dictation Keyboard. The microphone of the Siri dictation and Sara dictation is different from each other. Siri application is like a amazing gift for the Apple users. This tweak can’t be like this original feature, because this tweak is slow from the original feature.

This jailbreak tweak is free for all and now available in the cydia app store. So you can download and install this tweak now. If you found this article good and helpful, then share this article with your friends on social networking like Google Plus, Facebook and Twitter. For more details, stay in touch with us.

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