Cydia is house to 1 too many lock screen pinches. There are typical packages like LockInfo that augment the iOS lock screen with every kind of handy shortcuts and features, but there’s also tweaks similar to Lock Launcher that are untidy and unattractive. With that said, FastLock is a delectably easy take on lock screen shortcuts for jail broken iPhones.
It is built a concept in response to the many Cydia tweaks that were allowing the consumer to start applications from the lock screen. I felt that the way these tweaks were future this idea was non-native and lacked link with how the lock screen appears and operates. Instead of charitable the user applications, I concluded it was more instinctive to provide them job options, actions that could jump-start them in drama certain day-to-day routines such as sending an email or addition an alarm. I designed the entire surroundings specifically to mesh well with obtainable components on the lock screen, in look and process.”
Certainly, Fast Lock is extremely simple. Once you establish the tweak for $1 in Cydia there are no settings to arrange. When you are viewing your iPhone’s padlock screen, just twice tap the Home button. An Apple-like drop-down of job shortcuts will be displayed flanked by the time and the ‘slide to unlock’ bar. You can put a call, propel a message, send an email, chirp, add a contact, add a note, set an alarm or timer, and get a photo. The previous option is kinda useless if you already have the Camera icon shortcut displayed by evasion on your lock screen.
The fantastic news is that FastLock is only the starting of something much more determined. Tucker told Cult of Mac, “FastLock, although it uses the look and feel of my notion, does not encompass the hallucination I have for this application. The version of this concept is underway and will be a much more enhanced and easy to use tool, including dissimilar significant aspects that FastLock missed the mark on in view. I cannot provide any information on its release at this time; however I can promise you that it will fetch a number of sole functions to the table.”