SiriToggles: Killer Jailbreak Tweak That Allows You to Launch Apps, Enable/Disable Settings Toggles And Lots More Using Siri Released


If you were eagerly waiting for SiriToggles then the good news is it is now available on Cydia via the BigBoss repo.

SiriToggles allows users who have jailbroken their iPhone 4S to use Siri to enable and disable various Settings toggles like Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, control brightness, reboot your iPhone 4S and lots more.

Here’s a description of the jailbreak tweak from Cydia developed by Hamza Sood:

SiriToggles adds a load of new features on the iPhone 4S. SiriToggles allows you to tell Siri to enable/disable certain settings, get info on battery level, change your screen brightness and even launch apps. The commands are structured as follows:

For toggling – You can say either “enable/disable” or “turn on/turn off” then on of the folowwing things: Wi-Fi, Blutetooth, Airplane mode, cellular data.

To get the battery level – say anything like “how much battery do I have left” or “what is my remaining battery percentage”.

To change the brightness – say “set/change backlight/brightness to x%”

To launch an app – say “launch app” then the name. For example, to open Safari say “Launch Safari”.

SiriToggles is easily one of the best tweaks for a jailbroken iPhone 4S. As we had mentioned earlier, it’s the SBSettings for a jailbroken iPhone 4S, which is a huge complement as SBSettings has been an extremely popular jailbreak app ever since the iPhone was jailbroken. In fact, SiriToggles along with Hands-Free Control jailbreak tweak, it is the hands-free version of SBSettings.

You can check out the video of SiriToggles in action below:

SiriToggles is available on Cydia for free. You don’t need to add any new repo as it is available via the BigBoss repository.

Let us know what you think about SiriToggles in the comments.

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