When it comes to the best jailbreak tweaks in Cydia, Ryan Petrich’s Activator will always make it to the list. But what is more important is that he is constantly releasing updates to improve the tweak and keep it stable. Ryan has now released the first beta of Activator v1.9.11 which comes with a new gesture and a couple of new features and bug fixes.
In case you’re new to jailbreaking then Activator lets users assign custom actions in response to triggers like pressing the volume button, or gestures like a three finger pinch and so on.
Ryan Petrich has released the beta version of Activator, one of the most popular jailbreak tweaks, for iOS 8.3.
Activator lets users assign custom actions in response to triggers like pressing the volume button, or gestures like a three finger pinch and so on.
Ryan Petrich has released the biggest update to Activator in over a year, with the latest version of the popular jailbreak tweak packing over 50 new features and changes. Activator 1.9 is now available on Cydia through the default BigBoss repo, and we have a complete rundown of the updated package ahead.
iOS developer Ryan Petrich has released an update for Activator, the popular jailbreak tweak for assigning gestures to complete specific actions on iPhone and iPad. The new version makes the extension fully compatible with iOS 7.1.1 or later, which was recently jailbroken with the Chinese tool Pangu. Take a look at all of the new changes in Activator ahead.
Activator is one of the most popular jailbreak tweaks for assigning various gestures to complete actions on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, but it is largely limited to touch-based controls. Aiming to take that one step further, iOS developer Phillip Tennen has created a new Cydia package called Acute. The jailbreak tweak brings voice recognition to iOS, and we have a video teaser to demonstrate.
Activator is an awesome jailbreak tweak by Ryan Petrich that you probably already know about. For those who’re new to jailbreaking, Activator lets you assign various actions that get called when a certain event, selected by you, occurs. The trigger can be a gesture, a tap on a specific area, the press of a button, a change of charging state or a bunch of other options. The “actions” list is equally diverse, letting you launch apps, toggle settings and is extensible via tweaks on Cydia.