Earlier on this month, A3Tweaks finally took the wraps off Auxo 2, the second-coming of the revolutionary multitasking tweak. After a bunch of teasers, it has been well worth the wait, and in a swift update, Auxo 2 has just been bumped to version 1.1 with support for the larger display of the iPad.
Back in late February, A3Tweaks confirmed that its famed Auxo tweak would be getting a sequel designed specifically for iOS 7, and today, it has finally arrived. After a teaser demo over the weekend, A3Tweaks also confirmed that Auxo 2 would be releasing on April 2nd, and true to its word, it's just gone live on Cydia.
Rarely does a new tweak come along for jailbroken iPhones that not only manages to become an instant favorite amongst the community but also creates demand for the creators to extend the offering to additional devices. On the whole Cydia based tweaks generally have a fairly limited shelf life and can be thought of as disposable downloads and purchases, with only a few managing to permanently manage to capture a place on a user's liberated iOS device. The original release of Auxo for iPhone and iPod touch by A3 Tweaks instantly became one of those loved packages with the good news being that the supported device range has been extended with the dedicated Auxo for iPad now available to purchase through Cydia.
It's pretty accurate to say that most iOS users who make use of a jailbroken device have been paying attention to the progress of a particular multitasking tweak, after it was revealed that a designer’s fantastic concept was being brought to life by a dev team. That package has since been given the name Auxo, and is now available as an initial release in Cydia, with the hope of becoming the accepted method of handling multitasking on iOS devices by reinventing the controls that are contained within the switcher as well as the greatly enhancing the aesthetics and presentation.