Among the trade-offs of staying on a pre-iOS 7.1 release, which many have actually done in order to protect their jailbreak, is that, obviously, you do not get to appreciate the numerous new features that Apple has thrown in with the upgrade. However, skilled developer Ryan Petrich has sought to supply jailbreak fiends a taster of exactly what’s new by launching an iOS 7.1-ified calendar tweak by the name of Gregorian.

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Apple just made a few changes to its stock apps with iOS 7.1, yet the Calendar was handed a really good-looking set of improvements. Gregorian brings these to those who jailbroke their gadgets utilizing the Evasi0n tool, and having actually tried it out for ourselves, we can validate that it functions like an appeal.

The moment mounted, you will certainly observe on your residence monitor that the icon is called ‘‘ Gregorian, ‘which serves for helping you to differentiate it from your native Calendar application. However if you want to rename it to ‘‘ Calendar,’ you ought to also consider getting Petrich’s own Icon Renamer tweak, which is at no cost in Cydia, and will, as the name implies, aid you conveniently relabel any application on your house monitor.

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The iOS 7.1 Calendar is one of our preferred brand-new attributes of the just-released update, and if your passion for all points Cydia has required you into keeping back, then you’ll definitely wish to offer Gregorian a shot.

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To acquire begun, you could get Gregorian free of cost on Petrich’s own repository. To add it to your checklist of Cydia sources, simply pack up Cydia, tap on Manage, then Sources >) Edit >) Include prior to inputting the complying with LINK: rpetri. ch/repo

And that’s it! Do let us understand if you prefer the capability of the new calendar, and here’s to hoping that more of iOS 7.1′′ s treasures could be ported back for the advantage of jailbreakers.

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