'PageJumps' Makes it Easy to Move to Specific Home Screen Pages
Those of you that have a lot of applications on your iOS devices' home screens might find a new free jailbreak tweak called PageJumps
by iOS developer RiDan useful.
PageJumps is a remake of SpringJumps and was created to be compatible with iOS 6. The tweak allows you to tap on a numeric icon on the home screen to quickly jump over to the home screen page that coincides with the number on the icon. The PJ0 icon takes you to SpotLight, and the PJ1-PJ8 icons take you to the home screen pages that the numbers represent – PJ1 is your first page, PJ2 is your second page, etc.
The icons work fine when they are stashed away in an application folder on your home screen too, which means you don't have to have all of these application icons running rampant on your home screen like we do in the screenshots above.
Not only will the tweak let the user easily jump from one page to another without having to swipe multiple times, but the user can easily enable and disable the paging animation when tapping on the icons by holding down on the PJ0 icon. This won't disable the paging animation when swiping through pages – only when tapping on PageJumps icons. The user will receive an alert banner whenever the animation is enabled or disabled, as shown below:
PageJumps doesn’t come with any options to configure, and it can be downloaded from Cydia right now.