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Ayra Tweak Adds a Beautiful iOS 7-Like Notification Center & Toggles to Lockscreen

With the introduction of iOS 7, the Notification Center was finally brought into the lock screen. Prior to iOS 7, you would have to install jailbreak tweaks like Dashboard X or IntelliscreenX. There is a recently released jailbreak tweak that brings the Notification Center and system toggles to the lockscreen. This is a perfect tweak to tide you over before the public release of iOS 7.

Ayra Tweak Screenshot

The jailbreak tweak in question is called Ayra, and yes, it's main function is to bring the NC and a bunch of useful toggles to the lockscreen. To invoke the tweak, you simply need to swipe down from the lockscreen. However, if I'm going to leave it at that, I would be severely underselling the Ayra tweak. This jailbreak tweak has the distinction to be one of the more aesthetically pleasing tweaks as of late. Ayra's interface is simply beautiful. Apart from that, it also redesigns the lockscreen by changing the "slide to unlock" bar into a transparent one. So in a way, it resembles the iOS 7 lockscreen.

Ayra Tweak Lockscreen

The notifications in the Ayra tweak are individually interactive. This means that you can interact with each notification item by choosing to dismiss or launch the app. As for the available toggles, there are a total of 16 useful toggles that you can access from Ayra. Although only 5 are immediately available to you, you simply need to swipe across the list to view the other ones. You can change the order of the toggles based on your preference through the tweak's settings, which also contains a killswitch function. Here's the tweak in action, courtesy of iTwe4kz:

Ayra is a tweak that simply deserves the attention of the jailbreak community. It's a beautifully made jailbreak tweak, and does things as advertised. Ayra tweak is available in Cydia under BigBoss repo for $1.99. Keep in mind that you will need to have at least iOS 6 to run it and it's sadly not available for the iPad.

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    Tiri8 years, 2 months ago

    or you can use “Bulletin”.. almost similar functionalities if using with NCSettings