Based on Bill Labus's Mission Control iOS concept, the new jailbreak tweak moulds the iOS app switcher and Control Center together in one single interface. Once installed, users can simply swipe up from the bottom of their iOS device's screen in order to access open apps or toggle Control Center's options.
It's definitely a more convenient setup, and accessing the app switcher using a gesture rather than a double-press of the Home button (something that jailbreakers can also achieve using Activator) is much easier.
You can configure how the jailbreak tweak looks and works from within a Settings app preferences pane, and options include the available Control Center toggles, the appearance of Vertex, and how the jailbreak tweak can be activated.
As mentioned, you can pick up Vertex for $1.49 in the Cydia Store, and it's optimized for both iOS 7 and ARM64-devices.
If you're interested in improving Control Center with a jailbreak tweak or two, consider downloading CCLoader, CC Desperator, CCNowPlaying, CCClockOpenToAlarm, Define for iOS 7, and Grabber. You can also check on our list of “jailbreak”-tagged articles by clicking this link.
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