Zephyr 1.6 Tweak Adds Three Finger Pinch, Other Improvements

Zephyr 1.6 Tweak Adds Three Finger Pinch, Other Improvements

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Chpwn has released Zephyr 1.6, an update to the tweak which adds multitasking swipes for your device.

● Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to close apps. (Perfect for a broken home button!)
● Switch apps by swiping left or right from the edge of the screen.
● Smoothly swipe up to see your multitasking switcher.
● Quickly peek at notifications and widgets, like the weather.

What's New in Version 1.6:
● Add three-finger pinch option.
● Add option to enable side swipes from only a portion of the screen.
● Fix issue with OpenGL apps.
● Only require grabber for first swipe.
● Remove Keyboard Disables option: Do side gestures above keyboard, Use the grabber when swiping up.

You can purchase Zephyr for $4.99 from the Cydia Store.

Nick - February 19, 2013 at 4:49am
I think Bitesms is still not stable for IOS 6. Yes, I agreed tweaks does drained your battery faster. Or could make your phone unstable. Try to minimize your tweaks. I had zephyr, Auxo, swipe selection, tetherme, Adblocker, Nitrous and zeppline and bitesms. All legit bought from cydia. After remove bitesms, the phone running better. Still drain battery faster than stock IOS.
Flip - February 19, 2013 at 4:13am
I don't think it's the app from cydia. I have all kinds of tweak running and battery doesn't drop over night. Try restoring your phone.
Timmy O-Toole - February 19, 2013 at 2:21am
it's an awesome app, but i have a feeling it's draining a bit of my battery. i only have a few tweaks installed. Zephyr BiteSMS SBSettings Activator SpringFlash SwipeSelection and my battery life is a lot less than when i wasn't jailbroken. i wish all these Cydia app developers spent some more time on making their apps as efficient as possible, but unfortunately as the jailbreak scene has a very limited market that could possibly be quickly damaged with an Apple iOS update, i guess most developers are all about making a quick buck instead of providing top quality software and longevity.