Posts Tagged ‘multitasking on iPhone’

Unfortunately, Cydia still doesn’t support the native multitasking / backgrounding feature which Apple introduced with iOS 4.x last year. What this means is that Cydia updates are installed whenever you start the app, followed by those annoying “Reloading Data” screens.

Continue reading... »

A new tweak Go Native, has been released. This is a free tweak which will allow you to run applications in the background natively, on the applications that don’t support it yet. The developer said that this is an alternative to the tweak Backgrounder, in case you want native iOS 4 multitasking for all applications.

Continue reading... »

It wouldn’t be wrong to say that the world’s most popular video-sharing website – YouTube – is also among the most popular websites for searching audio. Music videos, lectures, cochlear illusions and the sort constitute a significant part of YouTube’s growing library.

Continue reading... »

Here’s a simple and rather useful little app we discovered just today: Multitasking Time is a simple add-on that adds the time and battery icon in the multi-tasking bar.

Continue reading... »

iOS 4 brought tons of new features to both the iPhone and iPod touch, the major one being multitasking or task switcher. But if you prefer Exposé style of multitasking in OS X, then Multifl0w is for you! We covered this app last year as well for iOS 3.x, but this new version which has just been released is compatible across all iOS based devices, including iPad on iOS 3.2.x and iPhone on iOS 4.x.

Continue reading... »

Its finally here! Skype app for iPhone and iPod touch has finally been updated to support the new multitasking feature in iOS 4. With this new feature, you can now receive calls and instant messages with the app minimized in the multitasking tray.

Continue reading... »

Twitter for iPhone has just been updated to bring full support for iOS 4 and iPhone 4. Yes, this new version also supports multitasking (or app switching) which is kind of a new killer feature of the newly released OS. Full official change log is as follows.

Continue reading... »

The new iOS 4 (formerly iPhone OS 4) is without any doubt a major update for the iPhone and iPod touch, bringing tons of features like organizing apps in folders, multitasking and so on. The new iPhone 4 will of course ship with this new version of iOS come June 24th (or 23rd for some).

Continue reading... »

The developer behind Infiniboard, Infinidock, ProSwitcher and the UI designer of Spirit untethered jailbreak tool for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch has just posted screenshots of the upcoming jailbreak app for iPad named “ProSwitcher HD”. For those of you who don’t know, ProSwitcher allows switching between applications (multitasking) running in background in a beautiful Palm Pre style cover flow-like mode. It basically act as a graphical extension to the already popular app from Cydia called Backgrounder to present all opened apps in a tabbed view, similar to the view seen on Mobile Safari browser.

Continue reading... »

iPhone OS 4 Beta 2 was pushed to developers yesterday and it mainly brought API improvements, increased performance and bug fixes. Apart from this, Apple has also added a new faster and smoother animation for switching between apps during multitasking. This carousel transition rotates apps in a wheel-like form. Video after the jump.

Continue reading... »

Similar to the hack which enabled multitasking on iPhone 3G and iPod touch 2G running iPhone OS 4 Beta, the following step by step instructions will help you enable Wallpapers support which like multitasking, was locked down by Apple for the mentioned devices. You will need to be jailbroken on iPhone OS 4.0 before you follow the steps below.

Continue reading... »

We told you earlier that multitasking was possible in iPhone 3G and iPod touch 2G on OS 4, provided that you jailbreak the device and edit a N82AP.plist file. A video, which has just popped up demonstrates exactly that on a jailbroken iPhone 3G, running OS 4. Video after the jump.

Continue reading... »

Subscribe To Redmond Pie

Subscribe to RSS Feed Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Facebook Follow us on Google+ Follow us on YouTube

Popular Stories