As mobile device owners, there are many ways we can go about speeding up general functionality to maintain optimum performance at all times. We can, for example, ensure that software is up to date, storage isn’t overloaded with unwanted clutter, and by the same token, make certain that anything we have installed is legitimate and won’t slow us down. If you’re running a jailbroken on iOS, there’s a neat little tweak that shortens transition times, speeding up animations and making your beloved iPhone, iPad or iPod touch feel that little bit nippier.
Speed Intensifier has been knocking around in Cydia since the earlier days of jailbreaking, and much to the credit of its developer, has seen continued updates and improvements over time. With iOS 8 now running the show, Speed Intensifier is ready to rock on all versions jailbreakable via TaiG and Pangu, and so long as you can make your way over to the ModMyi repository, you’ll soon be up and running at light speed.
iOS has long been a transition-heavy operating system, and with the introduction of parallax and other such animations & effects with iOS 7, it’s even more fanciful than it has ever been. If you prefer things to function quickly and are therefore quite happy to do away with the added, unnecessary finesse, then Speed Intensifier was built with you in mind, so if you haven’t already, check the links at the foot of this article for details on how to jailbreak the easy way.
As aforementioned, you can grab Speed Intensifier from the ModMyi repository, and thankfully, it’s completely free of charge. Don’t get me wrong – de-cluttering your device is a great habit to get into if you want it to perform at its peak – but for a little turbo boost to animations, this little tweak packs quite the punch.
For tutorials on how to jailbreak and install Cydia:
- How To Jailbreak iOS 8.1.2 Using TaiG [Guide]
- How To Jailbreak iOS 8.1.1 Untethered With Taig [Tutorial]
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