1. eleazar123's Avatar
    It was launched into Cydia Store today. It costs $2.99. The description says:

    "Customizable haptic feedback for the keyboard, buttons and more!
    Includes a settings pane to customize the activation sources, trigger events and vibrate duration".

    Has anybody tried it? I'm curious to see if it might lower battery life significantly. Also, I wonder if you can have it only enabled if you have the phone on silent. That would be the only time I'd want to use it, personally. What do you guys think?
    Last edited by eleazar123; 2009-04-04 at 04:56 PM.
    2009-04-04 04:35 PM
  2. ltjbigshot's Avatar
    i bought it last night... its the same thing as keyvib(free) but you can change when it vibrates and how long... you can also set it to vibrate when you just touch the screen. Personaly i thinkg $3 is a bit much for what you get. But its very clean looking, and it does what it says very well.
    Sent from my iPad
    2009-04-04 07:06 PM
  3. n00neimp0rtant's Avatar
    I like KeyVib because
    1. It's free
    2. I only need that "vibration confirmation" when I am hitting a key on the OSK, not ANYWHERE on the phone. (Though it would be nice if it vibrated as I slid my finger over other keys after pressing and holding one of them)
    2009-04-04 07:44 PM
  4. lgreenberg's Avatar
    Is it like KeyVib or is it like the Realistic Haptic Feedback app?
    2009-04-06 12:14 AM
  5. eballesq's Avatar
    I'd like to ask a really stupid question here: why exactly do people want an app that makes the phone vibrate when you press a key?
    2009-04-06 12:01 PM
  6. ltjbigshot's Avatar
    People want feedback when they press buttons, other than sound... hah... i thought the same thing when i first saw the concept...
    Sent from my iPad
    2009-04-06 04:59 PM
  7. lgreenberg's Avatar
    I love it.
    2009-04-06 05:57 PM
  8. BLACKSTEEL1's Avatar
    Great app... i bought as soon as i saw it on cydia...does everything it supposed to do, and is install through the native systems settings, wich IMO all system apps should be. Lord knows we do need another app on the springboard

    1g: 8g-3.2-Jailbroken
    2g: 8g-3.2-Jailbroken
    2g: touch 8g-2.2.1-Unteathered Jailbroken
    2009-04-06 07:10 PM
  9. lolento's Avatar
    Keyvibe FTW
    2009-04-06 07:49 PM
  10. zebrum's Avatar
    HapticPro stops iPod when you type which isn't very good if you listen to music.
    2009-04-13 12:32 AM
  11. MrWHOx's Avatar
    unless you update to 1.0.1 or 1.0.3, the ipod issue should be resolved.
    2009-04-13 02:41 AM
  12. KingRedmer's Avatar
    I know this is an old topic, but I'm having trouble with the iPod using version 1.0.7 on 3.0 beta 5. The keyboard also doesn't work for me. Any suggestions?
    2009-05-29 04:24 PM
  13. lgreenberg's Avatar
    Has anyone tested Haptic Pro on the 3GS?
    2009-07-17 02:51 PM
  14. KingRedmer's Avatar
    Works the same on my new 3g s as it did on my 3g on 3.0. The added ram on the 3g s gets rid of keyboard lag too :')
    2009-07-17 03:59 PM
  15. lgreenberg's Avatar
    So this works on the 3GS?
    2009-07-17 04:08 PM
  16. Shinner23's Avatar
    HP really slows my keyboard down on 3.0. Shame.
    2009-07-17 04:51 PM
  17. equlizer's Avatar
    It even says when you go to download it, it doesnt work
    2009-07-18 09:28 AM
  18. StealthBravo's Avatar
    No issues on the 3gs
    2009-07-18 09:33 AM
  19. KingRedmer's Avatar
    When u download it it doesn't day it doesn't work: it says it's not TESTED. On the 3G s. Like Stealth said, no problems. It works better on the 3G s because of the extra ram
    2009-07-18 02:50 PM
  20. Sparblaze's Avatar
    Works fine on my 2G which averages 15MB of memory, so that says something
    2009-07-19 07:53 PM
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