Fans of the ever-popular jailbreak tweak Auxo are in for a treat today, with the multitasking software now all updated to support the latest version of iOS – iOS 9.3.3.

Having been originally released way back in 2014 and supporting iOS 8, Auxo was updated last year to support iOS 9.0.x. The tweak has now received a fresh update to bring its support in line with the latest requirements, which these days include iOS 9.2-9.3.3 firmwares, following the recent jailbreak release for those firmware versions. Not all developers update their tweaks for new versions of iOS so quickly, but thankfully, Auxo is the exception.


For those unfamiliar with Auxo and its capabilities, in its most basic form, Auxo jailbreak tweak fiddles with the way iOS handles multitasking, offering a bevy of features unmatched by other similar system tweaks in the Cydia jailbreak store. In reality, though, Auxo is much more fancy than a simple alteration to the existing iOS multitasking system that you find on iPhones and iPads.

According to the official description of the tweak found on Cydia, At its core, Auxo 3 is comprised of three powerful features: Multi-Center, Quick Switcher, and Hot Corners. By intuitively utilizing the bottom edge of the screen, all three functions perform synergistically with one another as well as completely stand-alone, depending on your configuration.

Priced at $2.99, the best thing we can say about Auxo is that you should just go and download it now, without delay. It’s a bargain at $3 and even if you don’t find yourself using it, work such as that carried out to create Auxo should be rewarded, lest we end up in a situation where tweaks like this simply aren’t viable for those that make them.


We’re huge fans of Auxo and what it can do to an iOS device; we’re sure you will be too.

You can get the updated tweak right now from the BigBoss repository.

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