You may remember ListLauncher6, a jailbreak tweak that would put all of your installed applications in a list in SpotLight in alphabetical order. iOS developer twodayslate has just released an iOS 7-compatible version of the tweak called ListLauncher7 that will now let you do this in iOS 7.

Once installed, when you open SpotLight by swiping down on your Home Screen, you will find an alphabetically-organized list of applications installed on your iOS device that you can easily launch with a tap. You won't have to type in an application's name in the search field to find it, instead, you can just scroll through the list and find the application you want to open (useful for those with cluttered Home Screens).

The tweak uses AppList to populate the list of installed applications in SpotLight, so if you don't have AppList installed already, it will be installed with ListLauncher7.

Unlike ListLauncher6, which was free, ListLauncher7 is a 99 purchase from Cydia's BigBoss repository and is available right now if you would like to give it a try. The tweak has no options to configure, but does require iOS 7 to be installed. ListLauncher7 is open source and its source code can be viewed on Github here.

Name: ListLauncher7
Price: 99
Version: 1.0-1
Requirements: iOS 7.0-7.0.6
Tested on: iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.6
Repo: BigBoss
Developer: twodayslate
Editor's Rating:  4/5