'Addial CCToggles' Adds Addial Functionality to CCToggles
If you're a fan of Addial by iOS developer ravirajm, and enjoyed the recent release of Addial for iOS 7
, but you use the Auxo 2 iOS 7 App Switcher replacement, then check out a new version of the tweak called Addial CCToggles
Addial CCToggles is made to be fully compatible with the Auxo 2 App Switcher, as you can see above. In addition, it works in the regular Control Center without Auxo 2, but it integrates with the shortcuts at the bottom of Control Center without creating an all-new section under Control Center.
The tweak adds three new toggles to the Control Center shortcuts, but you can choose to only enable one of the three, two of the three, or all three depending on your tastes. Tapping on the button with a contact symbol on it brings up an add contact sheet, tapping on the button with the arrow on it brings up a call contact sheet, and tapping on the button with a number pad on it brings up a number dialing pad.
To configure the order in which they appear, or to enable or disable any of the buttons, you can go to the CCToggles preferences pane in the Settings application, go to QuickLaunches -> QuickLaunches -> and choose the shortcuts you want and re-arrange them in the order that you wish to have them in:
If you already own Addial, then Addial CCToggles is a free download for you. If not, then it's a 99¢ purchase from Cydia's BigBoss repository. The tweak requires iOS 7, but using Auxo 2 in combination with it is optional.
iOS 7.0-7.0.6, CCToggles
iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.6