'Pull to Disable Alarms' Makes it So You Can Disable All Alarms By Pulling Down
If you set alarms for yourself frequently and then find yourself changing your mind about the alarms, you now have an easier way to disable all of them at once rather than disabling them each one-by-one.
A new free jailbreak tweak called Pull to Disable Alarms
by iOS developer Bader makes it so that by pulling from the top of the Clock application with the Alarms tab open, you can disable all alarms that are active. The tweak makes use of Apple's Pull to Refresh animation and gesture to make this possible, as shown above.
Notably, the tweak disables all
active alarms, and not just specific active alarms. Also notable is that the tweak’s gesture can’t be used to re-enable the alarms. You will have to re-enable the ones you want enabled manually by using their toggle switches.
Pull to Disable Alarms is available in Cydia’s BigBoss repository for free if you want to give it a try. It doesn’t come with any options to configure and requires an iOS 6 device to install.
Pull to Disable Alarms