Developer and Sentry designer, Ryan Petrich, has finally released the much awaited Legacy Edition of the tweak in Cydia. If you’ve been waiting for this, now is the best time to take advantage of the tweak.
For many, this seems like a highly anticipated release, particularly since initial announcement of its development was made a year ago. Ever since then, there were no updates released on how the tweak development was going. The only time we heard from the developer was last month, when a teaser was released. This hinted for a possible release and availability by the end of March 2015.
True to its word, the Auxo LE (Auxo Legacy Edition) has just been announced on Cydia. With this tweak, the highly awaited original Auxo could finally be experienced. Despite Auxo 2 and Auxo 3 gaining recognition as the best jailbreak tweaks of their time, there’s still no comparison to how the original version felt.
Thanks to its Control Center integration, Auxo LE is able to provide a good and newer looking App Switcher. When users swipe from the bottom of the screen, the App Switcher is launched to display a tray with all the card previews from active apps operating in the background. Users can simply launch the app by swiping up or tapping on the app preview card. To close, they can easily swipe it down. For closing all the available apps at once, users can simply tap and hold on the app preview.
Similar to past models, the features of the Control Center may be accessed by simply swiping from left to right on the App Switcher. This displays playback interface which contains media control buttons, volume slider, and album artwork. Once a song title is tapped, the volume slider switches to the playback scrubber. Meanwhile, swiping to the right of the interface reveals other features available on Control Center such as brightness slider, toggles, AirDrop and AirPlay.
Auxo LE tweak is available with three sections available for the preferences pane in the Settings app. These are divided to the App Switcher (which allows users to enable or disable pagination), Auxiliary Pages (provides Control Center features settings), and Advanced Options (where you can freely choose which page to open first after swiping up from the bottom of the display).
After testing out Auxo LE, it truly makes an impression as it stays true to its promise. Compared to the previous Auxo 3, the new tweak feels much better to use with its simple animations and more responsive App Switcher. You may download Auxo LE on Cydia’s BigBoss repo for $1.99. If you already have Auxo 2 or Auxo 3, Auxo LE will only cost you $0.99.