|Available In: Cydia||Price: Free|
Find In Page (FindInPage for 2.x firmware), a Safari bookmark that allows you to search a web page, has been updated to work specifically with the 3.0 firmware. This mod does not add an icon to your SpringBoard but instead adds a bookmark in Safari. To use the Find In Page bookmark, go to a web page in Safari, then select the icon on the lower menu bar that looks like a book. This will bring up a list of your bookmarks. Just tap on the Find In Page bookmark.
Once you select the Find In Page bookmark, you will get a pop-up where you can type in the word (or words) you would like to search the page for. It will then give you a pop-up displaying how many matches it found on the page. The matches will be highlighted in yellow on the page.
If you would like to remove the bookmark, you will need to remove it in Safari like you would any other bookmark (go into your bookmarks, select Edit and then delete the bookmark). Uninstalling the Find In Page application via Cydia will not delete the bookmark out of Safari…you have to do that via Safari.
Overall, this is a handy little bookmark that works well. One thing I did notice, like in the previous version, once you have searched for the a word in a page it will keep that word highlighted even if you go back out and search for a new word. Not a huge deal, just something to note. You can get Find In Page via the BigBoss source.
Note: If you would like to have this app on the 2.x firmware, be sure you install the FindInPage app instead of the Find In Page app.