'CloseAll' Lets You Easily Close All Open Safari Tabs in iOS 7
If you use Mobile Safari a lot on your iOS device, there's a good chance that you're one of those people that has more than one Web browsing tab open at once. When you're all finished using the Web, it can be a pain to have to go into tab view and individually close out of all of your open tabs by tapping on the close button for each one.
A new free jailbreak tweak called CloseAll
by iOS developer Julian Weiss makes it easier to close out of all of your open Mobile Safari tabs at once, especially if you have a lot of them open.
Instead of having to tap the close button on all of the open tabs individually, this tweak will let you tap and hold on just one of the close buttons for a few seconds, and then let go to close out of all of the open tabs at once.
CloseAll seems like a tweak that would be great for just about anyone that uses Mobile Safari in iOS 7, and it works great with SafariTabCount
, another free jailbreak tweak that we recently showed you that displays how many tabs you currently have open at once.
If you want to give CloseAll a try, it's available for free in Cydia's BigBoss repository. It requires iOS 7 to be installed and doesn't have any options to configure.
iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.4