HandicApp is an application that allows you to easily set permissions of applications. When you open the application, you will get a splash screen. From there you will be brought to a welcome page. The Info button in the upper right corner will just tell you that HandicApp is a Permissions setting Utility. To change the permissions of an application, tap the Select button in the upper left corner. This will bring up a list of all the applications installed on your iPhone. If you select an application, you will get a menu with three options; Cripple (644), Heal (755) and Cancel. I tested setting the permissions of an application to both 644 and 755 and both work. When I changed the permissions of an application to 644, when I opened the app, it just closed back to the SpringBoard (which is supposed to happen). When I changed the permissions back to 755, the application opened just fine. Make sure to restart your iPhone after you change an application’s permissions. If you do not restart, when you open the application it could make your iPhone hang though, this is usually fixable through a restart. HandicApp is available through the iSpazio source.