• MobileNotifier : Improve your iOS Notification System

    [ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRU6_QnwNCE]YouTube - MobileNotifier beta3 Demo[/ame]

    It amazes me at what you can do with a Jailbroken iDevice these days. Peter Hajas and Kyle Adams have created another brilliant reason to jailbreak your iDevice.

    If you've ever felt frustrated with the way your iDevice displays notifications to you of messages and alerts, then this jailbreak tweak will have you jumping for joy. MobileNotifier beta v3 is a free open-source, complete rewrite of the iOS notification system.

    MobileNotifier moves any notifications to the top of the screen rather than completely over your app, also granting you the ability to ignore these pop-ups without keeping you locked out of your current activity. If you want, you can even store them away for later, all of which can be viewed by double tapping your home bar (Task Switcher). These pending messages are displayed in the area above the task switcher, and even on the main lockscreen. Pretty smart if you ask me

    Haven't jailbroken your iDevice yet? Now might be the time.

    The app will be available in Cydia for FREE! Yes I said FREE. Kyle says it will be "free forever".

    While still in Beta, it should be near completion soon! Stay Tuned!

    For those eager to jump right in, here is the Beta repo: http://phajas.xen.prgmr.com/repo

    Check out Peter's blog for more information. peterhajas(dot)com - blog

    It is with great excitement that I release this build of MobileNotifier. This is the largest change since the project's inception, and I believe it's really ready for general use. Read on for the details.
    Keep in mind, MobileNotifier is open source! You can access all the source on GitHub. It's BSD licensed.
    Before I go any further, the UI design work was done by Kyle Adams, a talented graphics artist who's contributed his free time to the project. Be sure to follow him on twitter @iamkyleadams, or check out his website, kyleadams.org.
    In the third beta - referred to internally as "Copious Corn Flakes" - everything's been reworked. The utility is sleaker, faster, leaner, better looking, and considerably refined.
    This article was originally published in forum thread: MobileNotifier : Improve your iOS Notification System started by nickhesson View original post
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