Cask 2 animates iOS’ table views in fun and quirky ways

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  • Messing around along with your iPhone or iPad’s standard animations is typically one amongst the foremost exhilarating ways to induce the foremost out of a jailbroken handset. But what jailbreak tweaks must you use to try and do just that?
    A good question and maybe a newly released and free jailbreak tweak called Cask 2 by iOS developer Ryan Nair should be somewhere near the highest of that list.
    Just as the name suggests, Cask 2 is that the second iteration of an older jailbreak tweak; the initial Cask was released by Ryan Petrich in 2015, but recent updates to iOS have since necessitated an update for the tweak, and Nair’s Cask 2 is heavily inspired by the initial by behaving nearly the identical way on iOS 13.
    Just like the initial, Cask 2 brings slick new animations to table views in iOS, with the Settings app being a primary example. As you scroll up or down, you’ll witness the fun and quirky animations, very like the one depicted within the animated GIF below:

    As you would possibly come to expect, Cask 2 is fully-customizable, and you’ll find a passionate preference pane within the Settings app after installation where you’ll be able to tinker with other animation styles and more:

    Here, you can:
  • Choose your preferred animation style:
    • None
    • Fade
    • Bounce
    • Glitch
    • Stretch
    • Slide
  • Configure the animation duration:
    • 100 ms
    • 250 ms
    • 333 ms
    • 400 ms
    • 500 ms
    • 667 ms
    • 750 ms
    • 900 ms
    • 1,000 ms
    • 1,250 ms
  • Animate fresh views

Here’s a fast demonstration view sharing just a bit bit more about the initial Cask, which remains relevant given Cask 2’s roots:

If you’re fascinated by trying Cask 2, then you’ll be able to download it at no cost from the Packix repository via your preferred package manager. The tweak supports jailbroken iOS 13 devices and is open-source on Ryan Nair’s GitHub repository for those fascinated by learning more about how it works.

Will you be trying Cask 2? Share why or why not within the comments section below.

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