by Joe White
May 11, 2013
Are you a fan of the way Velox allows users to open app folders? If so, consider downloading FolderSwipe, a brand new jailbreak tweak that allows jailbreakers to open iOS folders with a swipe, rather than a tap. Once downloaded and installed, FolderSwipe will be automatically enabled, and users will be able to swipe down to reveal the contents of an iOS app folder. It's as simple as that. No additional preferences need to be configured, and disabling the jailbreak tweak is as easy as removing FolderSwipe from your jailbroken iDevice. As a reminder, Velox allows users to peek at iOS applications using a folder-like interface, and makes it possible to interact with an app, such as Messages or Calendar, from the Home screen. At the moment, it can be downloaded for $2.99 in the Cydia Store. FolderSwipe, however, is available free of charge. Check it out, and let us know your thoughts in the comments. For further jailbreak related news, see: Cydia Tweak: Brand New Nyan Cat For Velox Add-On Flies Into The Cydia Store, Cydia Tweak: Quickly Search The Web With Google Search For Velox, and Cydia Tweak: Compass For Velox Does Exactly What It Says On The Box.