Cydia tweaks are renowned to bring amazing convenience into the way you use your iPhone or iPad. Thoroughly dedicated to improving user experience, they tend to charm you even if you already have plenty of exciting jailbreak tweaks. That’s why you never feel like getting enough of them!
How about launching your favorite apps right from Lockscreen on your iPhone or iPad? Sounds pretty interesting, right? BerryC8 Cydia tweak from BigBoss repo has made it possible. You are no longer required to unlock your device and then launch the specific app. If you find the custom process of opening an app a bit outdated, this tweak is good enough to let you bring a nice twist to it.
How To Launch Apps From Lockscreen on iPhone and iPad with BerryC8
Step #1. Install BerryC8 from BigBoss repo for free.
Step #2. Once you have installed this tweak, launch Settings app, scroll down and select BerryC8.
Step #3. Tap on Add Shortcuts. Next up, you will get up to 12 shortcuts to choose as many apps which you want to launch from Lockscreen.
Step #4. Once you have selected the apps, you will need to Respring to effect the change.
Step #5. Now that you have set up the tweak as per your wish. Just hold on the app which you want to launch on the Lockscreen and drag it towards the bottom center.
(If your device is not supported by Touch ID, you will need to enter the passcode if you have set it.)
Step #6. After reaching the bottom center of the screen; make sure to continue to move the app towards the Touch ID. It will not only unlock your device but also let you open the app at once.
You can customize this tweak as per your need from Settings app. From setting preferences, you can change icon size as well. You can choose icon to appear small, tiny, default or large. In addition, you can choose apps per page too like, 3, 4, 5 and 6. By default, 4 apps are displayed on the screen.
With the use of killer switch, you can enable or disable this tweak. You can also enable Auto Unlock to unlock your iPhone by taking an app to the unlock region. However, this feature is not suited for Touch ID based devices.
The Show Badges allows you to change the opacity of the icons. For more transparency, you can toggle the button towards the left side. If you want less transparency, you will need to toggle the button towards the right side.
BerryC8 works pretty well. If you like the idea of launching apps from Lockscreen, give this tweak a look. What’s your take on it?