To be able to use this great application first your device needs to be jailbroken. Once you have a jailbroken phone, you can install more apps outside of the app store, which are third-party utilities that allow you to customize your iOS device easily. You can access your application or a website quickly by drawing with your own symbols.
Those who wish that their iPhone or iPad will give them quick and simple access to their favorite apps or websites from anywhere in iOS may want to request a second of the busy day. They are busy testing a newly released and free jailbreak fix called Signe by iOS developers Tr1infa and Kritanta.
In a nutshell, Signe allows users to call a digital gesture identifier from anywhere in iOS using the gesture of your choice. When called, you will be able to scribble on your screen to trigger any action you have been assigned, be it to launch a specified application or open a specified website.
After you log in, you’ll find the frantic options pane in the Settings app, where you can configure fine-tuning to your liking:
Here, you can:
Toggle Log on or off as required
Choose how you will call the gesture recognition identifier:
Decrease the volume + Source
Increase volume + Decrease volume
Click the family bar
Display your drawing when you draw it on your screen
Adjust the stroke size of your drawing
Choose a stroke color
Configure up to nine different actions when drawing numbers 1-9:
Open the program
Open the website URL
Run a command
There is much more
The developers include a Respring button in the main options pane that helps you save all changes to make into the tweak options.
Signe is in the alpha stage at the time of this writing, but it seems to be working very well for an alpha tweak. Signe is accessible as a free download from the OpenPack repository in your favorite package manager and it supports jailbroken iOS 9, 10, 11, 12 and 13 devices.