Cicero Lets You Add Search Engines to iPhone Safari

Posted August 7, 2010 at 3:37pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 7372 views

Cicero lets you add custom search engines directly to Safari for the iPhone and iPad.

● Switch search engines by tapping on the current engine's icon.
● Grab search engines from OpenSearch-compatible websites.
● View search suggestions as you type (available with some engines).
● Incorporate even more search engines from MyCroft's search engine index (look for ).
● Delete a search engine you no longer want with a horizontal swipe.

You can download Cicero for $2.49 from the Big Boss Cydia repository.

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Ian - August 8, 2010 at 2:20am
You might want to update your post as Cicero isn\'t free. It\'s $2.49.
Me - January 2, 2012 at 2:51pm
So, one already pays through the nose for Apple's supposed superior design, but they make you pay a third party for basic functionality yet again? More fool all you idiots playing their unethical game! Profit should be made from good design and efficient business management - NOT by artificially-crippling the design then using bullying and manipulation to force people to be dictated to how they use the device! A few lines of code changed would provide a free solution to users, but deluded people keep paying, so why be ethical when you can be rich, right? This is Apple's way, look at the parade of fools spending their money worshipping at the temple of Apple...
RacerCX - May 18, 2012 at 9:07pm
Cicero doesn't appear to work on 5.1 or 5.1.1 as Cydia says it is not able to verify it is compatible.
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