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How to Swipe and Delete Contacts and Safari History in iOS

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Deleting contacts from an iPhone has always been a painful task. Native steps followed to delete the contacts includes opening the contact, editing it, scrolling till end and then deleting it. This process has always been lengthy and the case becomes even worse when you have to delete bulk contacts.

The case is the same with Safari as you cannot delete any single entry from the recent history list. The only way to clear a particular entry from history is clearing the complete history. If you are already annoyed with it, here is a jailbreak tweak which will make things much easier.

OneByOne Safari

It is a jailbreak tweak available in Cydia for FREE which allows you swipe and delete web history and web searches from Safari. This makes it possible to remove any one entry from the web search history or browsing history just by swiping left. You can also delete history of entire day just by swiping left on the particular day’s folder.

OneByOne Safari is compatible with iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad and works on iOS 5. Here’s how to get it,

Step One: Open Cydia (Let it fetch the data from the servers)

Step Two: Navigate to Search tab and search for ‘OneByOne Safari’.

Step Three: Install it and respring your device.

Step Four: Open Safari, and try working with this tweak.

OneByOne Contacts

It works similar to OneByOne Safari and allows you to swipe and delete contacts just by swiping left in the names list. OneByOne Contacts is available in Cydia for FREE. Here’s how to get it,

Step One: Open Cydia (Let it fetch the data from the servers)

Step Two: Navigate to Search tab and search for ‘OneByOne Contacts’.

Step Three: Install it and respring your device.

Step Four: Run Contacts, and try working with this tweak.

If your Cydia is already up to date, fetching data from Cydia servers is not recommended.

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