A mobile device should be the extent of your needs. It should perform the basic tasks that a device should do to help you in the everyday life. But sometimes it isn’t enough. That’s why toggles are a great lifesaver considering the time wasted by navigating to a specific a function in settings and activating it. Right until the appearance of iOS 7 you could have toggle only by jailbreaking and installing tweaks that facilitate this function. One that has a big success is Auxo even though it is not free.
So If you like toggleing or a developer you will surely take a look at this new framework for toggles. Making any of these toggles is pretty easy. So easy, that you only need one line of code. All toggles appear in Springboard and just like a normal app you can move them. You can even customize them and are animated. Toggles present in this nice tweak are well known like in other tweaks like Auxo. For those who did not have the opportunity to play with any of the Auxo versions, this tweak has toggles like: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, VPN, Rotation, Settings Ringer, Do Not Disturb, Airplane Mode, Respring, Auto Lock and Flashlight.
I pretty much love this tweak, because I can manage and group my toggles easily like an icon of app. The only downside is that this tweak is just a demo, only to show the potential of Flipswithc. If you want Switchicons and its framework Flipswitch you can get it from Ryan Petrich’s repo in cydia store. If you do not have his repo installed just add in cydia http://rpetri.ch/repo.