'SlideForUsage' Lets You Slide Down on App Switcher Apps to View Usage Information
With the large amount of canvas space in the iOS 7 App Switcher, there’s enough room for some improvements in terms of features and information. A new free jailbreak tweak dubbed SlideForUsage
by iOS developer ianb821 is now available in Cydia that allows you to take advantage of all this extra room to display information about each individual application in the App Switcher.
As shown above, the tweak displays handy information in the App Switcher whenever you swipe down on individual application preview cards. When swiping down, you'll need to continue holding the application preview card down. If you let go of the application preview card, it will bounce back upwards to its usual position and the information will be hidden again.
The information that is displayed includes when the application was last opened, how long the application was used when the application was last opened, and how much time the user has spent in the application since the application (or the tweak; whichever comes first) was installed on the device. You can also slide down on the Home Screen card to show the time since your last device reboot.
The tweak also adds a preferences pane to the Settings application where you can configure the text color of the information that is displayed:
The tweak seems like a nice touch for the iOS 7 App Switcher and is intended for those that like to know additional information about their devices and the software that runs on them. While it does a good job of sharing information, the tweak could benefit from a facelift to make the text look nicer in the App Switcher.
If you want to give the tweak a try, it's available at no cost in Cydia's ModMyi repository.
iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.4