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Dock 3.0: Quick app switching for jailbroken iPhone 2.0 phones

Created by natetrue 1 year ago: “Back in the old iPhone 1.x firmwares, I made an app called http://cre.ations.net/creation/dock Dock that would allow you to switch between apps quickly, without needing to go back to the home screen. Then iPhone firmware 2.0 came out and turned everything on its head! I had to completely rewrite Dock in order to get it working in 2.0, and of course, I added some handy extra features along the way. http://blip.tv/file/get/Natetrue-Dock31Demo814.flv Features, you say? Dock: – Sorts apps by categories, making large amounts of apps easy to manage – Imports Favorites entries from Phone with pictures, into the “Speed Dial” category – Can be disabled in specific applications – Has a Prefs app that lets you quickly categorize apps the way you want them – Has two “sunburst” modes for even quicker switching – Can see apps hidden by Poof To use, install from Cydia (props to http://blog.psmxy.org Shaun Erickson for packaging), and reboot your phone. The yellow line…”

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