Jailbroken iDevice owners may want to check out Gesturizer, a new hack that lets you control apps using gestures. Priced at $2.99, the download is available now from Cydia’s BigBoss repo, according to iDownloadBlog.
Although Apple is expected to implement a limited-use gesturing feature with iOS 5 for iPad, it won’t compare to what Gesturizer is offering right now to iPhone/iPod touch and iPad users.
Using the application, customers are able to launch apps and perform actions, using custom hand-drawn gestures.
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Once installed, Gesturizer includes a new settings panel in your Settings app. From there, you’ll see two sample gestures, and an option to add many others. In Gesturizer, these gestures are called glyphs and can consist of any hand-drawn symbol or character.
Originally expected in iOS 4.3, Apple’s gesturing feature will come standard with iOS 5 for the iPad only. However, unlike Gesturizer, it will come with only three pre-determined gestures. These include the ability to pinch to the Home Screen, swipe up to reveal the multitasking bar, and swipe left or right to move between opened apps.
You can find more information about Gesturizer at Cydia’s BigBoss repo.