Monday, March 13, 2017

New Way To Control Music With Gestures Instead Of Buttons On iPhone

Those who want to try to control music with gestures instead of buttons on iPhone should check jailbreak tweak known as Acapella III. Acapella allows you to customize almost all aspects of the stock iOS media controls. With this Cydia release installed you can use gestures throughout iOS, whether you’re on the Lock screen, in Control Center, or viewing the Now Playing interface or the mini player in the Music app.





















Since the boring iOS media controls are just a shadow of the old age technology, Acapella tweak brings an innovative way by allowing you to use interactive gestures to interact with the same means of control.

So if you want to check Acapella III tweak then it is available for $2.99 from Cydia. Those who own any previous version of the tweak, can get the updated version with the discounted $0.99 price. Note that Acapella III supports only jailbroken iOS 10 devices. 

Once installed, Acapella III will add a preferences pane to the Settings app where you can assign each gesture its own action. There are several various gestures that you can apply with this tweak to perform different actions including Left/Center/Right Tap, Left/Center/Right Press as well as Left/Right Swipes. You can assign each of these gestures to a wide range of actions such as next track, previous track, play, pause, heart, share, shuffle, repeat, up next, rating, volume up or down and more. You can find the full list of actions on tweak’s Cydia description page.




















Acapella III tweak offers a new way to interact with your jailbroken device. There are many tweaks on Cydia that offer new functionally or bring a new look to Now Playing interface and only Acapella III allows you to control music with gestures instead of buttons on iPhone.