With all this chatter about the Library of Congress making it kosher to jailbreak your Apple (AAPL) iPhone, let’s take a minute to look at what new things your newly liberated, warranty-violating device can now do. Or go see for yourself: Cydia, basically a mini-App Store for jailbroken iPhones, offers a range of both free and paid applications. Some examples: Wi-Fi Sync, $9.99, enables wireless syncing of your iPhone with ITunes.
Infinboard, $1.99, allow infinite vertical scrolling; effectively, you can put as many icons as you want on your home screen. SNES4Iphone, $7.99, lets you play old Super Nintendo games on your iPhone or Touch. Snappy, $1.99, is “a camera app for the iPhone that launches and is ready to take pictures in one second, without having to exit your currently running application.” MXTube: “The iPhone’s first native YouTube video downloader. Download your YouTube videos and watch them later.” WinterBoard: Add themes to your iPhone screens.