iPad has four and five finger gestures for multitasking in firmware iOS 5. Compared to the iPad, iPhone did not get their gestures due to its small screen. But today, Grant Paul as known as Chpwn on Twitter has released another jailbreak tweak that brings these gestures to the iPhone device as well.
Seems like the developer is on fire as yesterday he released Spire, a legal way to port Siri on devices other than iPhone 4S.
The tweak is named Zephyr is a jailbreak tweak which simply means you need to have Cydia on your iOS device in order for it to run.
It offers two main gestures. The first one is inspired from the Max Rudberg’s video we have seen earlier this month. Its a single finger gesture, a swipe from the bottom of the iPhone’s screen moving upward. Doing this reveals the multitasking bar. Its great for the users who find it awkward to double tap the home button to reveal multitasking tray. May be Apple needs to use this concept for their future firmwares for iPhone.
The second gesture is also awesome. It involves swiping in from the sides of the screen that will allow you to go to the last opened application. Cool ?
Check out the video demo for a better understanding:
Zephyr is surely a great app and looks like it has the tendency to become one of the famous jailbreak tweaks. If you want to use the tweak you need to hit Cydia. Its available for download under BigBoss repository at a price of $2.99.
The tweak is not dependent on other apps like Activator in order to run it. Let us see if the developer updates it for more cool gestures in the same app. Stay tuned!
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