Auxo App Switcher is Now Compatible with iOS 5 too, try now
The popular Cydia Tweak – Auxo App Switcher and the best in its segment was last week launched for the iOS 6 version and now is fully compatible with the iOS 5 too. The team behind this wonderful app has decided and added the support for the devices that are powered by the iOS 5 operating system.
May be its because of the fact that iOS 6 is hard to jailbreak and unlock, so jailbreak users are afraid to update their iPhones to the latest.
The Auxo version (1.1-4) brings a completely re-imagined take on the iOS Task switcher and this hack is done by the developer named Kyle, which successfully brings this back to iOS 5.
What Auxo will Do ?
Auxo replaces the standard icon view of the iPhone task with the versatile app styled cards there by allowing you to preview each app and gives you the ability to swipe them down if you want to close them.
Support is also added for closing multiple apps in a go with your fingers. The feature i like the most in it is the ability to access the volume slider by swiping up within the switcher.
The toggle page gives you the access to various system shortcuts, saving you from a trip to the Settings app. The best part is auxo supports a dozen of international languages now.
Auxo Released Notes,
- With the iOS 5 Compatibility :
- Optimized caching system.
- Performance enhancements.
- Improved snpshot retrieval.
- Fixed airplane mode shortcut bug.
- Added tap and hold for mute toggle. “
So, try the new Auxo now. It is available directly from Cydia, for which you need a Jailbreak. So, first of all determine whether your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch has a jailbreak available or not.
If you are already jailbroken your iOS Device, then you need to know how to install the cydia apps on your iPhone. But if you are a newbye and don’t know what actually Cydia is, then consider reading this article :What is Cydia, Cydia Basics, FAQ and App Store.
Moreover, if you know everything about the basics then check out the Best iOS Apps And Games Of The Year 2012.