Card-like App Switcher for iPhone and iPad [Video]

Multitasking is one of the main features of iOS which was introduced back in 2010 with the release of iOS 4. We have already seen many tweaks from Cydia developers to enhance the multitasking functionality and even the multitasking tray. For example: Zephyr, a jailbreak tweak takes multitasking to next level. You can use simple gestures to navigate between different apps, enable multitasking tray and even can close the apps using another simple gesture.

Do you remember Multiflow, an amazing jailbreak tweak that exposes the card multitasking instead of the native iOS switcher? This tweak is even costly and completely eliminates the iOS switcher. However, earlier today, we got our hands on a similar yet free tweak which is also fully compatible with iOS 5 and higher iDevices. This tweak is called MissionBoard and works just like the Multiflow. However, you can’t close the applications right from the cards.

How to use this tweak?

Before you continue, please make sure that this tweak needs Activator to work properly so install it before downloading this tweak.

  • Now, simply Open up Cydia and search for MissionBoard
  • Download and install this tweak
  • After installation, open settings and enable this tweak.
  • Select any gesture to enable this tweak.
  • Use that gesture to open up the card and simply tap on any card to open that application.

That’s it! With this amazing feature, it is absolutely free of cost and works just like as said in the description of this tweak. What do you think about this tweak? Don’t forget to share your thoughts.

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One Response to Card-like App Switcher for iPhone and iPad [Video]

  1. Shawn Donnelly says:
    What about Dash by SBCoders?

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