A newly-released, free tweak over at the BigBoss repo has found to tide over in between the instead lackluster iOS key-board and that of the desktop computer rig by bringing a married couple of the traditional keyboard shortcuts to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.

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Upon setup of the KeyShortcut tweak, customers manage to select all, duplicate and paste content by simply long-pressing the A, C and V buttons on their tool’s key-board respectively, which simplifies performance with the manner in which many of us are accustomed to.

Touch-based smartphones and tablet computers are frequently labeled as “post-PC” gadgets, but while they have become incredibly more intelligent and effective over the previous married couple of years, they’ve also yet to entirely negate the requirement for desktop computers and notebooks.

For one, productivity on a traditional computer set-up usually tends to be greater, which is due partly to the myriad of key-board shortcuts that help with smooth workflow, and while some mobile key-boards like Swype and SwiftKey have actually made inroads, the Apple iOS initiative continues to be at night ages.

With faltering ease-of-use and AutoCorrect remaining the bane of individuals’s lives, the keyboard is definitely an attribute that we wish Apple improves with iOS 8, however till then, the jailbreak scene does offer some beneficial, boosting tweaks. KeyShortcut mightn’t bring a great deal to the table – – or into our lives for that concern – and we do seem like it can be expanded after to include even more faster ways in the future, but even at its current period, it’s certainly worth visiting.

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As previously mentioned, you can pick KeyShortcut up from the BigBoss database, which must be among your default listing of sources in Cydia gave that you haven’t taken it upon on your own to remove it. As an added reward, it’s completely free to download and customer, so offer it a whirl, and make certain to leave your impressions via the comment part given below.

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