If you’re anything like me, then you wish haptic feedback on your iPhone and need Apple would implement it more broadly across the mobile package. While this might certainly happen within the near future as Apple ponders about how it can make iOS better, jailbreakers won’t have to wait because of the plethora of readily available jailbreak tweaks that may already bring haptic feedback to miscellaneous interfaces in iOS.
Clockator could be a newly released and free extension by iOS developer CydiaGeek that matches this niche subset of add-ons, and as its name suggests, Clockator introduces haptic feedback to Apple’s native Clock app in various ways.
Once installed, Clockator adds an infatuated preference pane to the Settings app where you’ll be able to toggle the tweak on or off on demand. Additionally, you’ll be able to designate the weather of the Clock app that you simply interact thereupon you’d prefer to feel haptic feedback for:
Clockator currently supports haptic feedback for the following:
- When swiping to delete an alarm or world clock
- When tapping on the Tab Bar buttons
- When tapping on the Edit/Save button within the alarm interface
- When tapping on the Edit/Cancel button within the alarm interface
- When beginning a timer
- When canceling a timer
- When pausing or resuming a timer
- When starting a stopwatch
- When stopping a stopwatch
As it would appear, a respring isn’t necessary for changes to require effect, so you’re liberal to edit Clockator’s options on the fly and test them out immediately after. You may, however, want to force quit and restart the Clock app in between changes.
Clockator could be a nice thanks to upgrading Apple’s native Clock app on the iPhone, and if you’re curious about trying the tweak out for yourself, then you’ll be able to download it free from the BigBoss repository in your preferred package manager. Clockator supports to jailbreak iOS 13, 12, 11.
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