How to Get the iOS 6-Style Photo Sharing Menu On Your iOS 5 Device
One of iOS 6ís nicest features is the new sharing interface from the Photos application, which appears when you tap on the action button. Unfortunately (and for a very good reason), not everybody can update to the iOS 6 beta, as it was released for developers to test their applications and not for the general public to play around with it. If you want to get this iOS 6 beta-like Photos application sharing interface, you can do so today with a new free jailbreak tweak called iOS 6 Photos Menu
by iOS developer NobitaZZZ.
The interface does a good job of mimicking the iOS 6 interface, however itís not exactly the same. Itís missing a Photo Stream button, and it comes with a Google+ button, which iOS 6 does not have. The new interface also contains all of the buttons that iOS 5 does, but includes 3 new ones Ė Copy, Facebook, and Google+. The new Facebook and Google+ buttons allow you to share the photo on either Facebook or Google+ just like we have been able to do on Twitter with iOS 5ís Twitter integration.
The tweak doesn't build Facebook integration into the iOS device the way iOS 6 does, but it offers shortcuts that are comparable to the real thing. Tapping on the Facebook button will open a prompt asking you to enter a message along with your picture:
iOS 6 Photos Menu has no options to configure. The additional features of Google+ and Facebook alone make this tweak worth downloading if you own a Facebook or Google+ account. Additionally, the new interface looks better than iOS 5's interface looked originally. You have to love it when a tweak like this is free! If you like sharing photos often, it is recommended that you give this tweak a try.
iOS 6 Photos Menu