The iOS 7 app switcher is extremely slick, and after years of unbearable, barely-there, half-baked multitasking, certainly hasn’t arrived prior to its time. And also being functionally sound, the brand-new application switcher likewise looks the part, however just like any type of component of iOS, there’s always space for renovation where the jailbreak neighborhood is concerned. A new, free tweak over at the BigBoss repo enhances the encounter by bringing full-screen examines to the application switcher, making full use of your gadget’s display property. Inspect it out after the fold!

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The tweak, which is suitably called FullscreenPreviews, naturally requires iOS 7, however when mounted, will increase those previews to full-screen mode.

In the past, Apple has actually executed new features that have actually felt grossly restricted for no noticeable reason, such as the aged multitasking bar, or the folders provide in iOS 4. However while the app switcher seems like it has actually been around for a couple of generations and runs in an instead smooth, polished fashion, the lot of tweaks associating with it so much recommends that we ‘d still such as some more modification options at stock level.

As aforementioned, FullscreenPreviews is definitely at no cost – – which is consistently a plus – – and can be gotten from the BigBoss repository, which ought to stay within your default list of Cydia sources unless you’ve made a decision to by hand remove it yourself.

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So, if you like the brand-new app switcher attribute of iOS 7 however desire to take it to the following level, this tweak is most definitely for you. Download it now through Cydia, and if you do take place to install it on your device, make sure to leave your thoughts and remarks here.

Having examined it out for ourselves, it does work as advertised, and if you choose things in complete display, we ‘d strongly advise giving this one a shot.

FullscreenPreivews package

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