In the event that you are the type of person to end up with a lot of notifications on your iOS device, you might find it very handy to have them all neatly organized on a per-application basis so that you don't have a huge clutter of notifications on your Lock Screen.
A new free Blackberry 10-inspired jailbreak tweak called Priority Hub
by iOS developer Thomas Finch is now available in Cydia that will do this for you. As shown above, all of your notifications are neatly organized in tabs. Each tab represents an application, and each tab also shows a number representing how many notifications you have for that application.
You can move from tab to tab simply by tapping on any of the tabs that you want to look at. As you would expect, you can still swipe to the right on any of your Lock Screen notifications to open the application that you have the notification in.
Another feature of Priority Hub is that you can clear notifications for specific applications simply by pulling downwards on the list of notifications. For example, if you have multiple notifications, but you want to clear all of your Words With Friends notifications, you can just pull down on the Words With Friends notification list, and they'll disappear from the Lock Screen, but your Messages notifications and Twitter notifications will remain.
Priority Hub adds a preferences pane to the Settings application where you can configure a few simple options:
From here, you can easily hide or show the notification counter on the tabs, and choose to have the application icons on the top or the bottom of the interface. It's also worth noting that Priority Hub is fully supported by third-party themes.
At this point in time, Priority Hub is only compatible with iPhones and iPod touches, not iPads. It requires iOS 7 to be installed. If you would like to give it a try, it's available for free right now in Cydia's BigBoss repository.
iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.6