CleverPin For iOS 7 Released, Intelligently Enables / Disables Lock Screen Passcode When Needed

History has shown us that the most popular Cydia tweaks are those that work seamlessly with iOS to enhance to overall experience for the user. CleverPin, a tweak developed by Filippo Bigarella, is certainly one of the must-have options for the security conscious and has been updated with full support for iOS 7.

CleverPin is a package that works harmoniously with the native passcode integration within iOS. Putting a four-digit passcode onto an iOS device is something that a lot of us do in order to prevent malicious or unauthorized access to the device. Requiring this code to enter the device acts as a great layer of security, but the limited native options within iOS can sometimes prove to be problematic when having to repeatedly enter the code to go in and out of the device. CleverPin eradicates those issues by adding powerful intelligence to the passcode system.

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After installing this tweak, users can opt to disable the passcode when connected to their home Wi-Fi network. The system supports multiple wireless network,s with the user being able to flick between the chosen one with a simple tap. Passcode requirements can also be disabled when the device is connected to a power outlet, or when music is being listened to. Rather than having to enter the code every time the device is used, or after a 15-minute period of inactivity, CleverPin brings the intelligence that many felt should have been part of iOS as standard.

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The package is available to purchase immediately with support for all iOS devices. This particular offering by Bigarella has been around since the beginning of 2011, but it’s great to see the best tweaks standing the test of time and getting continued support and compatibility updates for new OS versions.

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CleverPin is available as a $1.99 download from the BigBoss repo and is compatible with jailbroken iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices running iOS 4 – iOS 7.

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