by Joe White
May 3, 2013
LockScreenToggles, an impressive jailbreak tweak that became available last week, has just received a great update. Now, jailbreakers can take advantage of an enhanced preference pane, new gestures, and more. As a reminder, the jailbreak tweak makes it possible to add useful shortcuts to an iDevice's Lock screen. LockScreenToggles features an impressive design, and optional shortcuts include Airplane Mode, Do Not Disturb, and Wi-Fi, among others. In LockScreenToggles' new update, however, a new kind of toggle functionality has been added to the jailbreak tweak, labeled "Dropdown toggles" in the tweak's preferences. "Dropdown toggles" allow users to position a number of toggles under the Lock screen's clock, and "have a higher compatibility with other tweaks," according to the developer. Further changes made in the update include a number of new gestures, which jailbreakers can use in order to reveal the toggles added by LockScreenToggles. In addition, users can adjust the size of toggles as they appear on an iDevice's Lock screen. As of this minute, LockScreenToggles is available to purchase and download in the Cydia Store for $0.99, via the BigBoss repository. Take a look at the recently updated jailbreak tweak now, or for more information, check out our original video demonstration. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAOA65ZUSS8&feature=player_embedded
If you can't see the above video, please click this link.For further jailbreak-related articles, see: Cydia Tweak: How To Force Google Now To Appear First In The Search App, That Was Quick: TinyUmbrella Updated With Support For iOS 6.1.4, and Cydia Tweak: How To Make Yahoo! Weather The Default Weather App In iOS.