Auxo 2 was released less than a week ago, but A3tweaks is already teasing yet another upcoming piece of software to be released soon. A photo of the upcoming tweak Auxo Legacy Edition (A3tweaks simply used the hangtag #AuxoLegacyEdition) was posted on their Twitter profile, giving us a look at what is apparently the original Auxo styled to fit with the iOS 7 design scheme. A3tweaks has also revealed that the iPad version of Auxo 2 is coming next week, and that the tweak will be receiving a grabber similar to Control Center.
A new tweak by the name of Priority Hub was recently released, which makes the notification screen on your iPhoneÂ more organized and efficient. Essentially, this new tweak categorizes the notifications you receive by the application they come from, bringing a much more streamlined experience that lets youÂ glance atÂ your notifications much faster.
A windowed app experience on iOS has long been the dream of many, and there have definitely been tweaks in the past that accomplish it. But a new tweak by the name of OS Experience is in development by Evan Swick, and it looks like it might be the best attempt yet at bringing the resizable window desktop operating system experience to iOS.
With the release of iOS 6, Apple introduced a handy new feature called Do Not Disturb, and made some enhancements in iOS 7. Sadly, although the feature is much appreciated (as most new features are), Do Not Disturb is horribly under-powered. Basically, the only thing the feature can do is completely turn off notifications completely between certain times.Â
New Tweak Roundup: Clear Background Apps, Goo.gl Shortener for Action Menu, GesturesPlus, and Saturn
As tweaks are released every week, we keep our eyes on the latest and greatest modifications for your iOS device. Today, we have Clear Background Apps, Goo.gl Shortener for Action Menu, GesturesPlus, and Saturn. All of these are available right now on Cydia, and head after the break for a quick roundup and video covering each one.
While Auxo 2 may be impressive, some prefer the look and feel of the original Auxo over the crazy new tricks of its second iteration. A new tweak by the name of Switchr looks very similar to the original Auxo and has almost identical functionality, but has been restyled to fall in place with the visual appearance of iOS 7.
Auxo 2: One of the best Jailbreak Tweaks is now available for iOS 7 with reimagined UI, Quick Switcher, Multi-Center, Hot Corners and more
With the introduction of iOS 7 last year, Apple brought a much welcomed new feature that was available on Android phones for many years: dynamic wallpapers. These live and moving backgrounds can be found in Settings app in a wide variety of designs and use the accelerometer within your device to shift subtly while in use. But Apple wasn’t entirely complete in releasing these wallpapers when the first build of iOS 7 was pushed to he public; there were quite a few of them hidden within iOS that were just waiting to be uncovered.