SBSettings

Wow, wow, wow...that's all I can say. I'll start by saying that before I downloaded this app, I really underestimated the value of a jailbroken iPhone. Why? Quite simply put, Cydia seemed to complicate more than it simplified for me, and I worried that many of the features lauded by pro-jailbreakers (those that are "for" jailbreaking, not professional jailbreakers) were really just useless reveals of OS settings I had no need to mess with.

But then I downloaded SBSettings, and all of that changed.

SBSettings is free, so no worries there. It's a quick install and reboot as well. Though there is no icon, you access the settings menu via a simple swipe of the status bar (that's the top bar, for those unsure). 

Using this app will give you access to instant modification of settings like Wi-Fi on/off, 3G on/off, data on/off, while also allowing you to check and kill processes, adjust brightness, respring, and/or power off. 

Want to hide an application on your springboard? No problem. Want to change the way you activate features? No problem. Want to know where your apps store data? SBSettings tells you.

This app goes into a tremendous amount of detail, giving you total control over the way your phone operates, which is great for people with comfort and ease under the hood, but probably a bit intimidating for anyone that simply wants their phone to work.

My only real complaint about SBSettings is that I couldn't find a "reset" button to restore default settings, though I'm sure it's there somewhere. To be honest, this app is so useful that it can cause more harm than good, so it's a double edged sword. I'm still messing around with settings and testing the waters, so to speak, but thus far I've yet to break anything. It's a robust app with a lot of utility, and having been created by BigBoss, you can be sure that it's legit. 

Overall, I'd recommend this to anyone that's had a few weeks/months of a jailbroken phone under their belt. If you're new to jailbreaking, I'd keep this one on the backburner until you're more familiar with the way your unlocked OS operates.