'TapTapPass 7' Gives You a Gesture-based Passcode Toggle for iOS 7
If you remember and enjoyed TapTapPass by iOS developer bd452, then you might be happy to hear that the tweak is now available for iOS 7. TapTapPass 7
is now available for free in Cydia.
With TapTapPass 7, iOS 7 users can use an Activator action to toggle enabling or disabling their passcode lock on their device.
Your passcode will function normally every time you go to unlock your device, until the point where you go to use the Activator action that you assigned:
Once you perform the Activator action that you assigned, your device will lock. You will then be able to unlock your iOS 7 device without a passcode the very next time you try to unlock it. You can use the gesture to turn the passcode back on again whenever you feel the need to protect your device – this is much easier than going into the Settings application and manually enabling or disabling your passcode.
If you would like to give TapTapPass 7 a try, it's available for free right now in Cydia's BigBoss repository. The tweak does require iOS 7 and a passcode on your device to be used.
iOS 7.0-7.0.6, libpassword, Activator, Flipswitch
iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.6