Well-revered developer Kyle Howells, and well known UI dressmaker, Surenix, have teamed up for one thing unique. Their new collaborative challenge, referred to as Alympus, has simply been launched on Cydia, and it brings an absolutely redesigned App Switcher, Control Center, and Music Controls interface to iOS 8.
As we had noticed in the Vine video, Alympus revamps the app switcher. You can get entry to the app swticher through swiping up from the backside of the monitor or via double clicking the Home button. You can use the pinch gesture to zoom in or zoom out to switch the format of the app switcher from 1 card to 9 playing cards or simply as icons.Music Controls
Music Controls lay adjoining to the App Switcher. The Music Controls include the whole thing you wish to have to regulate and revel in song playback, together with album paintings, shuffle and repeat buttons, track identify, album name, artist identify, a scrubber, shipping controls, quantity controls, and AirPlay controls.
By double-tapping on the album paintings at the same time as viewing the Music Controls, you'll be able to be transported instantly to the inventory Music app. You too can triple-faucet the album paintings to modify among Alympus’ darkish and gentle mode. This surroundings can be adjusted by the use of Alympus’ personal tastes in the inventory Settings app.
Alympus is to be had on Cydia by means of the BigBoss repo for $3.99. The app switcher capability is fairly superior, however A am now not a large fan of the Toggles display and the Music Player (despite the fact that it seems nice) because it gives virtually the similar capability as the Control Center. It may were a killer tweak if that they had brought the skill to customise the toggles and fast release app shortcuts.