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Appledoc_template/html First public release: Jan 19, 2016
IS2WeatherDaemon Update IS2Weather for iOS 10 Feb 12, 2017
InfoStats2 Initial attempts at updating WebCycript for iOS 10 Apr 26, 2017
Scripts Began work on standardised JS scripts Apr 26, 2017
Tests/com.matchstic.is2basewidgets_1.0_iphoneos-arm i have no idea Apr 26, 2017
help_non-generated Initial release on GitHub Jun 12, 2016
.Rapp.history Began work on standardised JS scripts Apr 26, 2017
.gitignore Initial attempts at updating WebCycript for iOS 10 Apr 26, 2017
LICENSE Added license Jun 12, 2016 Fully updated for iOS 9.2+ Jul 30, 2016
entitlements.plist Improvements to daemon Jun 14, 2015

(This readme will be changed soon, at the moment it's used as the index page for documentation:

InfoStats 2 is a far better implementation of the original InfoStats. It allows both HTML/JS and Objective-C developers to access various information, and to call system functions without the need for reverse engineering. In short, it's a powerful, easy-to-use API.

At the bottom of this page can be found references to all the classes that make up this API, along with their constituent methods.


For the HTML side of things, Cycript is injected into all instances of UIWebView within SpringBoard (hence the dependency on Saurik's WebCycript). As a result, any function provided by InfoStats2 is accessed via Cycript, which is completely native alongside JavaScript code.

To make things even easier, examples for using each of the many parts of the provided API can be found here:

Also, a quick, no-nonsense guide to Cycript and this API (recommended reading) can be found here.


For those using this within tweaks, retrieving data is as simple as calling class methods; there is no need to allocate an instance of anything. Additionally, there is no need to link against InfoStats 2 to obtain data from it, simply get its class via the Objective-C runtime - eg, objc_getClass("IS2System") - and call whatever method you need.

Headers can be found here:

iOS Version Compatibility

A major advantage of using InfoStats 2 in your projects is the fact that it supports all version of iOS from 6.0. As a result, you do not need to worry about updating your own code in relation to changes internally in iOS; this library handles it for you.