|Available In: Cydia||Price: Free|
SpringJumps is a new application that allows you to quickly jump to a particular page of your SpringBoard. When you install SpringJump, it will add an icon for the application to your SpringBoard along with 9 icons with arrows on them. The arrow icons are the icons that will spring you to a specified SpringBoard page. For example, the icon with an arrow and the number 6 on it will spring you to the seventh page of your SpringBoard when tapped (the icon with the number 0 will bring you to the Home page of your SpringBoard).
The first time you open the application, you will get a pop-up warning you that any changes you make in the application will result in a respring of your SpringBoard. Once you select Ok, you will see the applicaiton menu. Here you have the option to turn on/off the icon labels (since the numbers are also on the icons themselves) and the ability to turn on/off which page jump you would like. So, if you only want the icons that jump you to the seventh and eighth page of your SpringBoard, you can turn off all the other options (0-6).
This might be a good application for those of you who use all nine pages of your SpringBoard to organize your applications. If you know all your games are on the eighth page, you could just select that icon and go directly to your games page!
Overall, the application works like it says it is going to. However, there are a few small things I have found with this application that I would change. The first is that when you have an icon activiated, lets say the icon to jump to page seven of your SpringBoard, it adds a little title to the top of that page on your SpringBoard that says Page 7. This is actually a nice feature so you know which SprigBoard page you are on but, it only adds it to the page in which the icons are activated. Which means as you scroll through the pages your icons will shift a little based on which pages have titles and which do not. Also, it would be really nice if you could change the titles of the icons. I personally do not call my first page 0 but instead 1 which ends up making me slightly confused!