Lock Screen App Launcher JellyLock Updated for iOS 7 and ARM64 Devices

Lock Screen App Launcher JellyLock Updated for iOS 7 and ARM64 Devices

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Popular lock screen app launcher JellyLock has been completely rewritten for iOS 7 and ARM64 devices. JellyLock7 lets you assign up to five different application shortcuts right on your lock screen. With JellyLock7, you can simply drag the grabber to your favorite application and it will let you launch the application without forcing you to unlock your device.

JellyLock is a lock screen app launcher, that is super convenient to use. Drag a grabber to your favorite application to launch it without unlocking your device first. Assign up to 5 shortcuts, that optionally display badges counting missed notifications. It features an option, allowing you to access your favorite apps without the need to enter your passcode. You can also change the circle size, color and alpha in Settings.

The latest version lets you do all of the following (more planned):
● Assign up to 5 app shortcuts
● Optionally disable pass code skipping (see below)
● Disable the default unlock method (You won't be able to simply swipe to unlock without the grabber)
● Hide the default camera icon
● Disable badges (enabled by default)
● Disable the background blurring (enabled by default)
● Change the circle color (default is transparent, as seen in the screenshots above)
● Change the circle size
● Change the opacity

JellyLock7 supports all iPhones and iPads running on iOS 7.0.X. You can download it from Cydia for free in the BigBoss repo. You can also donate to the developer via the app's settings.

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Lock Screen App Launcher JellyLock Updated for iOS 7 and ARM64 Devices
faster - February 2, 2014 at 7:57pm
good locker for the iphone 5s, it's like the lock of Android :)
ratGT - February 2, 2014 at 2:45pm
Relax fagdroids, stop with your ridiculous "copying android"... At least that's just a REALLY small tweak from an unofficial and unsupported source (Cydia is not approved or represented by Apple). On the other hand, Google Play store (Google's official app store) is flooded with 'slide to unlock' applications and iPhone themes!
dtsm - February 1, 2014 at 2:03pm
Is it me? I had problems after installing and setting up. Settings: Hide the camera icon, disabled default lock and did a respring. After the hidden camera icon remains, when I try to open up the shortcut apps, still asks for password? Uninstalled, reinstalled twice, including reboot and still the same problem. Emailed Max....
droid - February 1, 2014 at 1:53pm
©Copyright Android open source Project Apple fanboys complain about espier launcher and miui, then they go steal android lockscreen. Either stop complaining or stop copying.
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