MissionControl: A Menu Based Multitask Switcher

By , Jan 23, 2012

Not to be confused with the Mission Control that’s standard on all OS X Lion builds, MissionControl is a Cydia tweak that adds menu based multitasking to the iPhone.

Using Activator as a means to invoke the menu, MissionControl is a simple alternative for those who want lots of predefined options in an organized menu.

This free tweak contains quick links to Cydia, Twitter, Facebook, Wi-Fi settings, and more…

Since it uses Activator, MissionControl’s menu can be accessed from anywhere with a quick gesture. It would be nice if the developer added the ability to customize or rearrange the menus, but perhaps they’re saving that function for future updates.

Have you used MissionControl? If so, how do you like it?

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  • Yes, I will be adding support for customizable menus soon.

    • Well there you go folks, straight from the horse’s mouth 🙂 Good deal.

      • o_o You called him a horse!

      • o_o You called him a horse!

      • Kok Hean

        It’s an idiom.

    • Anonymous

      Thanks for giving us this wonderfully smooth tweak and for confirming customization option is in the pipeline. Really appreciate it.

  • teegee

    is there a source I have to add before it shows in a search?

  • Its really amazing feature based on multi tasking and we really appreciate its features and the most likely feature of them is that mission control can be accessed anywhere globally.

  • Need landscape mode for iPad. Its a good tweak btw!

  • Shripad Sonavnay

    cannot see it in bigboss repo in cydia on my ip4
    ….help !!

  • Dan

    not bad but it’s pretty similar to super switcher imo

  • Great features of multi tasking and I really appreciate its features and the most likely feature of them is that mission control. Thanks for sharing a great information.