I love Google Chrome—it’s my browser of choice on Android, Mac, and iOS. But navigating your bookmarks within the mobile apps is nowhere near as easy as it should be. Fortunately, there’s an awesome little tweak for jailbroken iOS devices that solves that.
It’s called BMarks Bar, and it introduces a handy bookmarks bar that offers one-tap access to your favorite sites.
Once installed, BMarks Bar adds a bookmarks bar to the menu bar in Google Chrome. It looks a lot like mobile Safari’s bookmarks bar, and it puts all of your favorite sites within reach. It even syncs with the Google account you have set up in Chrome, so all of the links in your bookmarks bar in the desktop version will automatically appear on iOS.
You can customize the way the bookmarks bar looks, such as adjusting its height, the text size, and the maximum width of each bookmark, within the tweak’s settings.
Check out the video of BMarks Bar in action, courtesy of AppAdvice:
You can download BMarks Bar now from the BigBoss repository within Cydia, and it’s priced at $1.