Infinidock, Infiniboard And Infinifolders For iOS 7 Released, Supports ARM64 Devices

Now that the Evasi0n7 jailbreak is starting to mature and Saurik’s Cydia Substrate (formally known as MobileSubstrate) has been updated to support the latest version of iOS, we’re starting to see everyone’s favorite tweaks and apps get updates that make them compatible with everything that has gone on over the last week or two. Some we’ve been waiting for more than others, and now three of the most requested updates have arrived.

Chpwn has today announced that Infinidock, Infiniboard, and Infinifolders 2.1 have been released on Cydia, with all three now packing support for not just iOS 7, but the ARM64 based devices such as the iPhone 5s and iPad Air as well.

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The three tweaks have been hugely popular no matter what version of iOS has been around, and we’re sure that they will continue to be some of the most downloaded and talked about tweaks available on the jailbreak app store that is Cydia. Now that we have newly updates versions of all three available to anyone that wants them, there’s no reason not to check all three out.

Here’s what you can get, according to their description pages.

Infinidock for iOS 7 – $1.99

Infinidock is the ultimate dock scrolling and customization tool!

  • Add as many icons as you want to your dock and scroll back and forth.
  • Set how many icons per page.
  • Give your dock pages!

Infiniboard for iOS 7 – $0.99

Vertically scroll your home screen

  • Add unlimited icons to each page, scroll them up and down.
  • Vertical pages, like a vertical home screen on every page.
  • Preserves your icon layouts, even across full iTunes restores.
  • Many settings for full customization.

Infinifolders for iOS 7 – $1.99

Scrolling folders with unlimited icons!

  • Add as many icons as you want to every folder: there’s no limit
  • Quickly scroll to see your icons.
  • Preserves your icon layouts, even across full iTunes restores.
  • Lots of settings for full customization.

Sounds good, right? Like we said earlier, all three are now available to download from Cydia (from the BigBoss repo) following their refreshes, and all now support iOS 7 and the latest hardware. With these three, the number of tweaks that are now still waiting for big iOS 7 updates that we’re waiting for is falling nicely, and it’s great to see that developers are rolling their sleeves up and getting their stuff updated ASAP. Long may it continue.

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