If you're looking for the right jailbreak tweak to make use of the empty space in the Reachability interface of iOS 8 for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, or other iOS 8 devices with the ReachAll jailbreak tweak installed on them, then you will love a new jailbreak tweak called Switchability by iOS developer Javier Brito.

Switchability brings a multi-tasking application switcher to the empty space at the top of the Reachability interface, as shown above. Right above the window that you're in, you will see a "+" button and a "x" button. The "+" button allows you to favorite the current application, while the "x" button allows you to close the current application. Favorited applications are given priority in the application switcher.

With the tweak's various options, which you will find in the Settings application, you can make Switchability work to your liking:

You can enable or disable unlimited time in the Reachability interface without it closing automatically on you, you can enable or disable auto-close for your applications, configure whether you want the App Switcher-style horizontal cards or the Mobile Safari tab-style vertical cards, configure spacing, configure Springboard view, hide or show titles, configure a font, and configure the Home Button functionality for activating Switchability.

Switchability makes good use of the Reachability interface, but it is worth noting that it can feel a little cluttered. The tweak works with all devices that have Reachability enabled on them. If you want to give the Switchability jailbreak tweak a try, it's available right now in Cydia's BigBoss repository for $1.99.

Name: Switchability
Price: $1.99
Version: 0.0.1-2832
Requirements: iOS 8.0-8.1.2, Reachability-enabled device
Tested on: iPhone 5 running iOS 8.1.2 with ReachAll
Repo: BigBoss
Developer: Javier Brito
Editor's Rating:  4/5