So, here are some of the Gravity Tweak that will help you to bring the gravitational physics to your jailbroken handset’s home screen. For a lot of years, I have been jailbreaking iPhones and testing the jailbreak tweaks. The one classic that has always stand out to me in a particular way. So, this was also Conrad Kramer’s famous Graviboard. This is just as the name suggests, and this also tweaks brought the real gravitational physics to your handset’s Home screen. This is by causing all your app icons to fall in the direction of gravity.
So, Albeit released almost nine years ago, the Graviboard was one of the coolest reasons to jailbreak an iPhone back in the day. This will also give the magnitude of the original tweak’s popularity. Also, it is unsurprising that there have been a few reincarnations from this. This is one of the most recent remakes that you have to pay a visit to Cydia is Gravity by iOS developer Julio Verne.
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You can also invoke an ounce of nostalgia. The Gravity lives up to its hype as an ‘alternative to Graviboard.’ Also, the tweak will recreate the same (or similar) gravitational physics. So, this would also expect from the near-decade-old classic.
This is also possible that Gravity is configurable. Now, you will also find a preference pane in the Settings app. If you can also customize the tweak to your liking. So, Here, you can:
- To Toggle the tweak on or off on demand.
- This Allows the tweak to activate automatically.
- Can Include the Dock icons.
- This Allows the app to launch while the tweak is active.
- To Enable icon rotation (to better simulate a fall).
- Can Hide the icon labels.
- To Adjust the fall’s bounciness’.
- Can Adjust the fall’s friction’.
- Then Adjust the fall’s angular resistance’.
- Now, Adjust the falls speed’.
- To Adjust the gravitational impact on the icons.
- Can Adjust the accelerometer’s update interval.
- Then Adjust the ‘explosive force’.
- To Move icons by swiping on them.
- Then Configure Activator actions:
- This is For toggling the effect.
- Also, For turning gravity on/off.
- For toggling the explosion effect.
- To reset all settings to their defaults.
So, there is obviously a lot of physics that will involve in developing a tweak of this caliber. This will also say that it is nice how the preference pane. Then this is not overly-complicated in that regard. By using some of the basic terminologies like ‘bounciness,’ ‘friction,’ and ‘fall speed’. So, that will helps anyone who is not a physics major. You have to understand how they’re configuring Gravity. The trial and the error also tend to help too.
Having a quick note Although, there is an accelerometer that can also use to measure the motion. So, this can also activate the gravitational effect. Now, you can also adjust the update interval of the accelerometer check. Then you have to keep in mind that increasing this interval will negatively impact battery life as the software. So, this will also tap into the sensor more frequently.
How To GET WONDERFUL GRAVITY EFFECTS ON YOUR MAIN SCREEN
If Yes, then you are imagining it correctly. Also, the Gravity is similar to the Graviboard before it. You can also add a nice gravity effect to your Home screen. When you activated using an Activator gesture or by shaking your iPhone. Then an app icon will also start tumbling down. In case, if they are pulled by gravity. If you rotate your phone, then the icons will also react to the changing gravitational force accordingly.
Now, you can play around with the settings to adjust the way Gravity works. So, you can also customize a lot of things that are about this tweak. So, this is for instance, and you can either play with the tweak or still have the access to your apps. This is even if the Gravity is activated. Also, you do so just by activating the Allow Launching Apps option on the Settings page.
Unlike the Graviboard and some of the reincarnates over the years. The Gravity is a free app that is from Julio Verne’s beta repository in Cydia. In case, if you have always appreciated these tweaks and then never had the dough to cough up for them. So, here is how you change to snag it for free. Also, Gravity works on all jailbroken devices running iOS 7-11 and is open-source.
The one classic that has always stand out to me in a particular way. So, this was also Conrad Kramer’s famous Graviboard. This is just as the name suggests, and this also tweaks brought the real gravitational physics to your handset’s Home screen. This is by causing all your app icons to fall in the direction of gravity. So, Albeit released almost nine years ago, the Graviboard was one of the coolest reasons to jailbreak an iPhone back in the day. This will also give the magnitude of the original tweak’s popularity.
Are you happy to see a tweak like Gravity in this day and age of the jailbreak community? Discuss in the comments section below.