Dockware for iOS 8 brings enhanced features


If you’re looking for the enhancement features on the Dock of iPhone, then its better to follow-up the original DockWare for iOS 7 devices and the sequel DockWare 2 brings the ability to access the dock while with in applications and also you can hide dock while you’re on Home screen and invoke the dock using handy Activator gesture.

After downloading and installing Dockware, you have to open settings application to configure the tweak’s preferences. The preferences of Dockware is divided into two sections, one in App behavior and in Home screen behavior. Both the sections requires similar settings with a few differences found between the two sections.


There is also an activator section, which is used for establishing the required activator gesture needed to be invoked Dockware. Dock allows to change the behavior of the dock as it comes to view and select between 8 different in and out animations and adjust auto hide settings. Where as for the same home screen behavior section there is an inverse mode which allows you to hide all of the Home screen app icons and leave only the dock. This is a nice mode to use if you like to showcase your iPhone’s wallpaper, and don’t want to be distracted by the Home screen app icons.

One of the feature is ability to invoke the dock from anywhere in an application and also you can open the folder while within an application.If you have a folder placed within the dock. It’s a little weird-looking when you do this, as you’ll denote from the video, but the option exists for those of you who want it. You can blacklist certain apps to prevent the dock from displaying while using that specific application. Dockware provides both aesthetic as well as practical features that some may deem useful for their workflows. This tweak for iOS 8 is available for $0.99 on Cydia’s BigBoss repo. For better understanding view the video given below :

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