Multifl0w for iOS 4 Released, ProSwitcher Later This Week

Multifl0w for iOS 4 Released, ProSwitcher Later This Week

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Multifl0w, the visual multitasking switcher for the iPhone and iPad has just been released with support for iOS 4.

The exposé-like task-switcher for jailbroken iPhones, iPads, and iPod Touches has been has been rewritten for speed, reliability, a redesigned interface, and iOS4. It can even run alongside or replace Apple’s native task switcher. The newest version 2.0.0, can be downloaded from the Cydia Store for $4.99.

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For those who don’t want to spend $5, ProSwitcher, the free task-switcher should be released this week according to a tweet by chpwn, the developer. Earlier this week, chpwn wrote a blog on why he wouldn't bring back ProSwitcher.

“So I'm a complete hypocrite. @aaronash has brought back multifl0w, and insanely, I've brought back ProSwitcher. Expect a release this week.”

Multifl0w for iOS 4 Released, ProSwitcher Later This Week

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speedfreak - August 23, 2010 at 4:09pm
i cant seem to get any games or apps besides the ones that come on my phone to run in the background. i have an iphone 4 on 4.0.1
Animal - August 23, 2010 at 8:11am
I can\'t seem to get this working alongside backgrounder? If i try and run Skype or anything in the background with backgrounder it just closes. Also when I activate Multofl0w it always says no backgrounded apps?? Any ideas s it looks a neat piece of kit to run alongside backgrounder
Nick - August 23, 2010 at 1:22am
I\'m to excited for Proswitcher!! I used it all the time since it came out and I\'ve been hoping for a release that\'s compatible with the iPhone 4 OS.
r2fi - August 23, 2010 at 12:48am
That\'s so awsome!!! I love it when hackers do bad-ass innovation stuff for the iPhone.... erm... and Apple copies them afterwards....
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