Docker : expands the capability of the iOS dock – for iOS 7 – 8 / 8.3 / 8.4

Docker : expands the capability of the iOS dock – iOS 7 – 8 / 8.3 / 8.4


 

Are you finding that the dock’s four app limit just isn’t enough for day-to-day usage ? If so, then you may want to give Docker a shot.

Docker is a new jailbreak tweak literally expands the capability of the iOS dock by adding an extra row of icons to it. Don’t worry as Docker will not take extra space on your device. To get access to the second row of icons, which houses additional 4 icons all you need to do is swipe upwards.

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Once you install Docker, it begins working immediately. You won’t find a preference panel inside of the Settings app to configure the tweak, as all configuration can be done directly from the Home screen.

To invoke Docker, swipe up on the dock, and you’ll see a nicely animated bottom dock drawer. Inside the drawer, you’ll notice four spots for adding up to four additional apps to the dock.

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To add an app to the dock’s bottom drawer, tap on the + icon and then tap on the app that you wish to add. Once you’re finished adding apps to the dock, swipe down to close the bottom drawer or press the Home button. You don’t necessarily have to fill in all four blank spots contained in the Docker interface, but I think the tweak looks better that way.

I do wish that Docker auto-dismissed when I touched outside of the dock, instead of staying there until I forcefully dismiss it with a swipe or with a Home button press. Perhaps the developers, Philip Tennen & Evan Luther, will add this feature in the next version.

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If you’d like to remove an app from Docker, swipe up on the dock to reveal the interface, and tap and hold on any of the icons in the bottom drawer to invoke wiggle mode. From there, it’s just a matter of tapping on the apps that you wish to remove.

When adding apps to Docker, they are removed from the place that they occupied on the Home screen. When you remove apps from Docker, they go right back to where they initially resided on the Home screen, which is a thoughtful feature.

Docker is available for $1.99 on the BigBoss repo. What do you think about this tweak ?

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