Atom Lock Screen Launcher Gets iPad Support

Atom Lock Screen Launcher Gets iPad Support

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Atom, the lock screen launcher from Daniel Turner & Surenix, has been updated with support for the iPad. Atom lets you easily launch up to six different applications right from your lock screen.

When you think about it, the Lock Screen is the first thing you see when you turn your iPhone/iPod touch on, yet what you do in the Lock Screen is very limited. That's where atom comes in. atom extends the use of the Lock Screen by allowing you the option to choose between any of 6 applications you want to launch, right from your Lock Screen. Getting to your favourite applications has never been so quick and intuitive. atom also re-imagines a new and innovative way of unlocking your iPhone/iPod touch with the ease of almost a flick (up) gesture.

atom Overview:
• All-new design style for iOS 8
• Works with Touch ID and Passcode enabled devices
• Quick access to your 6 favourite apps from the Lock Screen
• Dynamic grabber depending on your choice of wallpaper
• Incredibly smooth hands-on animations
• Redesigned preference panel for better usability
• Ergonomically/Intuitively designed for everyday use

What's New In This Version:
• iPad compatibility!
• Ability to select between left, center (both) or right hand use (iPad users only)
• Optimize for stability and faster performance

To use Atom, navigate to the Settings app and choose which applications you want to be able to launch from the lock screen. To launch an app from the lock screen, drag the grabber icon on top of an app icon and release to launch the app.

Atom for iOS 8 can be purchased from the Cydia Store for $2.99.


Atom Lock Screen Launcher Gets iPad SupportAtom Lock Screen Launcher Gets iPad Support

Atom Lock Screen Launcher Gets iPad SupportAtom Lock Screen Launcher Gets iPad Support
steve griffin - March 16, 2015 at 4:56pm
this makes ios people excited? lol bahahahahahaaha
lollolil - March 16, 2015 at 2:52pm
This is an iOS lockscreen? This is nothing compared to Android lockscreens. IOS is really in the past.
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