iPhone Apps Apple doesn't want you to install

Here's a selection of favorite forbidden -- but useful and fun -- iPhone applications on Apple's banned list

Jailbreak iPhone Apps: FindMyi


FindMyi.orgFindMyiTracks your iPhone location in the background. If you've ever misplaced your iPhone, you know the deep pit of fear that can instantly envelope you, especially if your phone was on silent ring. Allay that fear with FindMyi, which employs GPS and cell site triangulation to track the location of your phone at programmable intervals. The program hides itself once enabled, running in the background. You can view your phone's location at any time, as well as its traveling history, via a paid subscription to the FindMyi Web site. If you believe your phone is stolen, you can recover data and lock the phone. $2 per month

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