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  • 'LSFlatAlerts' Gets Rid of the Bubble Style Notifications on the Lock Screen


    When you receive a notification on the lock screen, you get a bubble-styled notification. As you receive more and more notifications, your notifications begin to stack one above the other on the lock screen as flat list view notifications, and not as bubbles.

    If you would like your lock screen notifications to appear in the flat list view all the time, rather than bubble notifications, a new free jailbreak tweak is available in Cydia called LSFlatAlerts by iOS developer magn2o.

    The list view is a better view than the notification bubble view because rather than seeing a bubble that shows your most recent notification, and then having to pull down on the grabber to see previous notifications, you will be able to see all of your notifications right off the bat in list view.

    LSFlatAlerts doesn’t come with any options to configure; just install it and you’ll have list view notifications on your lock screen from now on instead of bubble notifications. If you would like to give the tweak a try, it's available for free in Cydia's ModMyi repository.

    Name: LSFlatAlerts
    Price: FREE
    Version: 1.3
    Requirements: iOS 5+
    Repo: ModMyi
    Developer: magn2o
    Editor's Rating:  4/5
    This article was originally published in forum thread: 'LSFlatAlerts' Gets Rid of the Bubble Style Notifications on the Lock Screen started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 11 Comments
    1. anime007's Avatar
      anime007 -
      long overdue
    1. subywrex's Avatar
      subywrex -
      Errrmmmeeggeerrdddd it's about damn time!!

      Finally
    1. emmanravalo's Avatar
      emmanravalo -
      why just now???????????
    1. b1997469's Avatar
      b1997469 -
      Looks great. Thats why I installed LockInfo.
      Pity it doesn't work on iPad.
    1. vinaygoel2000's Avatar
      vinaygoel2000 -
      Been using it for a couple of days now. No issues thus far.
    1. Ryaninfg's Avatar
      Ryaninfg -
      Now if there was a tweak that automatically scrolled the message. Like dietbulletin does in the bulletin notifications.
    1. shigh's Avatar
      shigh -
      It would be cool if some aspiring dev decided to make one of the ios 7 concepts a reality. A couple are really nice imo
    1. keenpois0n's Avatar
      keenpois0n -
      Quote Originally Posted by Ryaninfg View Post
      Now if there was a tweak that automatically scrolled the message. Like dietbulletin does in the bulletin notifications.
      'Reveal' might fulfill your specifications
    1. Sage I's Avatar
      Sage I -
      Super stoked on this... Can't believe this wasn't out long ago... So simple a tweak, but oh so much better than stock lock screen notifications... I have noticed my springboard crashing a lot though... Prolly cause I have transparent lock screen notifications, an animated lock screen, lock screen clock hide, invisible slide to unlock, hidden camera grabber and more... Still worth the crashes though... Anyone else in the same boat?
    1. subywrex's Avatar
      subywrex -
      Quote Originally Posted by Sage I View Post
      Super stoked on this... Can't believe this wasn't out long ago... So simple a tweak, but oh so much better than stock lock screen notifications... I have noticed my springboard crashing a lot though... Prolly cause I have transparent lock screen notifications, an animated lock screen, lock screen clock hide, invisible slide to unlock, hidden camera grabber and more... Still worth the crashes though... Anyone else in the same boat?
      I've had some crashes too :/
    1. Sage I's Avatar
      Sage I -
      I messed with some settings on springtomize and bulletin to see if the springboard would crash less... I think it's helped... Just gonna wait and see when a few notifications have stacked up in the list view today... It really seems to crash the most when I have a few stacked up and it repeats an alert...