Do No Disturb is a handy feature in iOS that allows you to silence incoming calls, notifications, and alerts at specific times of the day. The schedule feature is useful when you’re at work and want to silence all notification temporarily.
One thing that I’ve always wanted to see in Do Not Disturb is the ability to disable it for specific apps. There are times when you want to silence all notifications, except for a few important ones. Luckily, if you’re jailbroken, this can be achieved with a new jailbreak tweak known as Coco.
When Do Not Disturb is enabled, you can use Coco to disable it for specific apps and continue receiving notifications and alerts from these apps. For instance, if you receive important email notification from the Mail app, then you may want to disable Do Not Disturb for Mail while keeping it enabled for all other apps.
Using Coco is quite simple. Once installed, head to the tweak’s preferences pane and there you’ll find a list of all the apps installed on your device. Find the app for which you want to disable Do Not Disturb and turn off toggle next to it. Now when Do Not Disturb is enabled on your iPhone, you will continue receiving notifications from the disabled app.
If you’ve ever wanted to enable Do Not Disturb on a per-app basis, then you’ll find this tweak useful. The only downside is that the tweak has been made for iOS 9, so if you’re running iOS 10 on your iPhone then you’re out of lock.
Coco is available as a free package in Cydia’s BigBoss repo and supports iOS 9. Let us know what you think about it in the comments below.Like this post? Share it!