by Joe White
June 19, 2013
While more gestures are indeed incoming with iOS 7, one new jailbreak tweak allows users to adjust the brightness, volume, and orientation lock on a jailbroken iPhone handset using a three-fingered double-tap. Called DoubleTap, the jailbreak tweak is currently available to download in the Cydia Store free of charge. As outlined in the below video, users can alter aspects of their iPhone by double-tapping on the smartphone's screen with three fingers. In DoubleTap's options pane, which is housed within the built-in Settings app, users can choose exactly how the jailbreak tweak's gestures work. For example, you can adjust the brightness on an iPhone handset by double-tapping on its screen, and sliding your three fingers either up or down. Check out our below video overview for more information on DoubleTap. As mentioned, the jailbreak tweak is currently available to download free of charge in the Cydia Store. Enjoy! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ks-4pXracCA
If you can't see the above video, please click this link.For more jailbreak related news, see: Cydia Tweak: NativeQR, Decode Camera Add A QR Scanner To The Camera App, Cydia Tweak: NCEnough Shortens Notification Center Based On Its Contents, and Cydia Tweak: Slide2Kill Pro Adds Special Gestures To The App Switcher.