Launchpad is a new jailbreak tweak that will provide a paginated customizable information system interface iOS accessibility.
After installing the tweak, you must go to Settings -> Launchpad and find the preference pane, where you can configure the pages that appear in the information system based on the accessibility interface.
There are seven pages that are included in the jailbreak tweak, but you can include / exclude one or more to taste. The following pages will have to choose:
- A battery page
- A page datetime
- A page applications
- A page of music
- A weather page
- A page notification
- An alternate page
You simply have to drag them within or outside the headers "Include" or "Exclude" to activate or not. You can also hide or show the points of the page, which make accessibility interface automatically hide after being idle for a certain period of time. You can also choose a background color and more.
Once you have everything set up, you can double-click the Touch ID sensor device while you're within any application, to display the accessibility and slide from left to right and back among the pages of the information center.
However, Launchpad does not work at this time on the home screen. The developer is still working on a design to work from the home screen, so it is very likely that we will see an update of this tweak.
If you want to try Launchpad on your jailbroken iPhone, you can get for only $ 2.50 from the BigBoss Cydia repository.
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