At Blogtechnika we never make statements like iOS is better than Android or vice versa. In fact, we love various features of various Operating Systems. And one feature we actually love on Androids is the gestures. In fact the trail of gestures were started by Palm on WebOS, but those are long forgotten days. Can we bring gestures to iPhone?
Apple to their credit did include a few gestures in the newly released iOS 5, in fact there are some amazing gestures included for iPad when upgraded to iOS 5. But what about the users on iOS 4? We can try and add gestures to all such devices by a tweak called activator. Activator is a very necessary and useful tweak that allows you to assign different gestures for execution of various functions.A system wide tweak that lets you set up custom activation gestures and commands for just about anything you do on your device.ActivAccess for Activator is a free tweak in Cydia that adds several new actions to Activator, used for toggling various iOS Accessibility functions (found under Settings.app > General > Accessibility).These new functions will allow you to activate almost anything you want with your desired gesture.
To set activation methods for these new Accessibility actions, just head to your main Settings.app and configure them in the Activator preferences.There are no new icons added to your SpringBoard with this tweak.
To install this tweak you need to follow the steps given below:
1.Open Cydia on your jailbroken iphone.
2.Let the data load.
3.Once the data is loaded go to search and type in “ActivAccess”.
4.It’s free in the IHR, insanelyi and sinfuliphone repo.
5.Select it and Install it.
6.Respring or reboot your device.
7.You are done and set to to use it.
If you know any other tweaks similar to this one or any other tweak which you might think would be useful to iphone users please let us know.
Blogtechnika will not be responsible if your device gets bricked while using Cydia.