by Joe White
July 23, 2013
One new jailbreak tweak called NCCalendar+ promises to improve the Calendar app's relationship with Notification Center. Calendar in Apple's mobile operating system works well with Notification Center, but one particular problem is that the application only displays immediate events, even if users have a large number of appointments scheduled in forthcoming days or weeks. After downloading NCCalendar+, however, jailbreakers will be able to choose how far into the future Calendar for Notification Center looks, thereby making it possible to have all significant events (even those scheduled for up to several months into the future) appear in the swipe-down interface. All aspects of the jailbreak tweak can be configured in the Settings app, and users have the option both of enabling NCCalendar+ itself, and of enabling or disabling separate calendars associated with individual accounts. In addition, users can choose how far into the future they want NCCalendar+ to look, with options including days, weeks, and months. Below, we've included a video walkthrough of NCCalendar+ for you to check out. At the moment, the jailbreak tweak is available to download in the Cydia Store for free, via the BigBoss repository. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgFV68XKfUw
If you can't see the above video, please click this link.Take a look at NCCalendar+ now, or for more of our recent jailbreak related news, see: Cydia Tweak: Gotha Adds Some Handy Shortcuts To Your Contacts List, Cydia Tweak: Give iOS Action Sheets A New Look With PopoverActions, and Cydia Tweak: SearchAmplius Adds Cydia Store, App Store And More To Spotlight.