JellyLock, among Cydia’s most liked lock screen app launchers, is the current to offer that feeling of elation to end-users many thanks to an update that brings with it full help for iOS 7.
For those that are new to the world of jailbreaking, or which merely haven’t encounter JellyLock before, it’s a very basic lock display based app launcher based upon Android Jelly Grain’s stock lock screen, but includes a little twist of its very own. We’ve viewed a bunch of custom application launching procedures fall by the wayside, but JellyLock appears to be ever before existing due to the truth that it looks gorgeous on the gadget, but is additionally remarkably convenient to utilize and does not detract from the simplicity of communication with an iOS gadget. This most current version doesn’t interfere that power and supplies the very same functionality with some added energy.
Those that install JellyLock7 will have the ability to delegate shortcuts for up to five of their favorite apps. This implies that one of those five applications could be promptly released from the iOS lock display by dragging a grabber into the app icon and launch. Simple yet incredibly efficient.
The designer behind the tweak has actually also bundled in the potential to eliminate the indigenous technique of opening the device and also bundling in a variety of aesthetic tweaks that permit customers to customize the visuals of the package to their very own preferences.
Aside from the previously pointed out attributes, JellyLock7 also ships with an optional Disable Passcode feature. This is an opt-in feature that bypasses the passcode confirmation screen when introducing an app making use of the grabber. Certain indigenous apps like Apple’s Mail are keychain protected and will certainly consequently still give for the passcode, although this may alter in the following model as the designer searches for a method to obtain around that small problem.
JellyLock7 is offered as a free-of-charge download from the BigBoss repository and is compatible with jailbroken iPhone, iPad and iPod touch tools.