Ok, so this may not sound very useful, but I just discovered how to get multiple icons for one app! The reason I am posting this is because I have seen some people asking how they could do this. *ATTENTION* This is not making another app, this links to the original app and is done with webclips. *ATTENTION1* Some apps don't work with this (because of a plist identifier I am guessing). To check if the app will work without going through all the trouble to create another icon/webclip, open Safari on your iPod and type in the name of the app you want to have another icon/link of followed by :// (E.g. Clock://). I've found that most of the apps in the /Applications folder (not /var/mobile/Applications folder, /Applications) will not work. This means most jailbreak and default apps. I'm working on finding the identifier that will allow *all* apps to be linked to. If you know this identifier, please PM me its location and I will add it to the guide. Edit: Kyle1320 has found how to make *all* apps work! His how-to post is under this one, or you can follow this link. Things needed: 1. SSH or iFile (search to find a good guide) 2. iPod needs to be jailbroken *obviously* 3. If SSHing, you need a good plist editor. Guide 1. Open Safari on your iPod, type anything into the URL bar, and click 'Go'. 2. Tap the '+' button at the bottom of the screen and tap 'Add to Homescreen'. Now enter a name for the app you would like to have multiple icons (it doesn't need to be the name of the app to work; it can be anything). Now tap the 'Add' button. 3. SSH or open iFile on your iPod and navigate to the /var/mobile/Library/Webclips folder. 4. In this folder, if you have other webclips already, you will see some other folders with numbers and then a '.webclip' extension. Tap on one of them, open the 'Info.plist' and scroll down to the bottom of the plist. If you see whatever you entered into the URL bar originally. If you see a different address, you are looking at the wrong webclip and you should look in a different '.webclip' folder. 5. Edit the plist and erase whatever you had entered originally (the last thing in the plist before </string> </dict> and </plist>). Replace it with with the name of the app and :// after that (E.g. cydia:// if I wanted to link to Cydia). 6. Save, and, if you are SSHing, copy the newly edited Info.plist back into the webclip folder you were in and make sure it overwrites the old one. Go to springboard, and tap the new webclip. It should open Safari for a second and then open your app! Enjoy!