The tweak adds an additional row of icons to the iPhone dock which can also be accessed by way of acting a swipe up gesture on the dock. This signifies that you'll be able to cover or display the additional app icons on call for with a easy swipe gesture.
After putting in the tweak, swiping up the dock presentations a 2d row containing 4 ‘+’ buttons. You can faucet on anybody of the buttons to upload an additional app to the row. To eliminate an app, merely faucet and cling on it to input “jiggle” mode and press the ‘Y’ button on it. The app will then be got rid of from the dock and positioned at its earlier place on the Home monitor.
One of the insects that O encountered at the same time as the use of the tweak is that you'll be able to’t upload the apps which are on the ultimate row of the Home display. On iPhone 5s, this will probably be the fifth row of icons. Tapping on any app on the final row doesn’t upload it to the dock so that you’ll have to ensure that the app you wish to have to upload to the dock isn't situated on the final row of the Home display.
If you’re keen to get your arms on the tweak, Docker is to be had for $1.99 on Cydia’s BigBoss repository. Sound off in the feedback segment beneath together with your reviews on the new tweak.