The Pangu jailbreak for iOS 8 caught us by surprise and although it is a good news, it’s mostly useful to developers since they can take advantage of SSH access in order to update their tweaks for iOS 8, however it doesn’t install Cydia on your device. However, if you’ve already jailbroken your iOS 8 device, check […]
It has been few days where the chinese jailbreak group Pangu caught us by surprise when they released an iOS 7.1.1 untethered jailbreak tool after a confirmation by the evasi0n group that they won’t be releasing a jailbreak for iOS 7.1.1 because iOS 8 was just around the corner. For the sake of clarity we avoid deviating away from the topic and instead focus on the list of tweaks that are still compatible with iOS 7.1.1 as we found out that it is safe to use the Pangu jailbreak tool.
DockWare is a recently released tweak that brings a new concept and idea to cydia and jailbreak community. As usual, whenever an application was launched, the iOS dock would become invisible in other words gone “behind” the application therefore making it inaccessible. DockWare changes this idea and concept and does the opposite, in this case the Dock is visible on every application.
As seen in the picture above, Volume+ adds more detail to Volume HUD. It displays the volume scrubber, the music controls, the song name and album artwork. It additional comes with 2 extra keys which are new message and camera button respectively.
It is important to note that in order to activate the functionality of Volume+, the music should be playing in the background. The volume scrubber feature offered by such tweak is very convenient because you can set the volume level anywhere you want by dragging it across the screen rather than repeatedly pressing the volume press. You can slide the music scrubber to fast forward or rewind the music to where you want it to be. Then you have the music controls for skipping and pausing the current song. The artwork presented is not there just for the sake of