Here's how to access and use iPhone X Control Center and Notification Center on iOS, complete with step by step instructions.
A new jailbreak tweak called Falcon takes the iOS 10 lock screen and Notification Center and gives them both additional functionality that could save valuable time as well as give power users access to some things they are always in need of.
It isn't exactly a well kept secret that the best way to drum up interest and excitement about your upcoming app or tweak is to release previews and beta copies well before the final product hits the market. Consumer interest is always at its peak when they have seen something that they want but can't quite get their hands on immediately. Show them something that they want and them make them wait for it. That seems to be exactly the case with the recently release Badger tweak that was previewed a month or so ago, but has now finally made its way onto Cydia for the BigBoss repository.
A couple of days back, we showed you how Espier Screen Locker could make your Android smartphone's lock screen look just like an iPhone's, and following on from this, Espier has just released a beta version of an app to bring the iOS Notification Center to Google handsets. Not to everybody's taste, I might add, but from the company that also has a launcher offering the iOS home screen to those on Android, it seems Espier studios is on a mission to bring as much of iOS's UI over to Android as it possibly can.
Prior to iOS 5, it's fair to say that the system of notifications within Apple's mobile and desktop software left quite some to be a desired. Users of the Cupertino's mobile operating system had perhaps suffered slightly worse, but the infrastructure in which users were notified of new e-mails, messages, and other such tidbits, has been crying out for some sort of discipline and stability. The Notification Center, which has since trickled out to Mac thanks to the divisive - but ongoing - iOS-ification of OS X, has certainly done that, but to many, it's still a long way from the level it should be at.
Apple has massively improved iOS of late. Just the recent release of iOS 5 has catapulted the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch operating system to a new level, while simultaneously bringing with it features that owners Android and Windows Phone 7 devices have been enjoying for some time. Proper notifications, anyone?