How to use a ‘pull to refresh’ gesture to disable your alarms

By , Jun 27, 2013

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Looking for a quick method to disable all of your iPhone’s alarms in one fell swoop? If so, then look no further than Pull To Disable Alarms, a recently released jailbreak tweak.

As you have probably gathered by now, Pull To Disable Alarms is a tweak that allows you to perform a pull to refresh like gesture to quickly disable all of the alarms configured in the stock Clock app’s alarm tab. Want more details? Check inside for our full video hands-on…

Once installed, the tweak simply begins working. In other words, there are no options or settings that need to be configured before you can get started. Simply head over to the alarm tab of the stock Clock app, and perform a pull gesture on the entire list of alarms. Any alarms that are set to an on state will instantly be set to off.

Unfortunately, Pull To Disable Alarms can’t perform an inverse command, and enable all of the alarms with a pull gesture. Hopefully the developer will see this opportunity and capitalize on it.

If you want to give Pull To Disable Alarms a shot, then head over to Cydia’s BigBoss repo where it can be downloaded for free. As always, share your thoughts and comments down below.

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  • seyss

    genious

    • Indian Food

      Genius*

  • Malan Raja

    I’m scared i might accidentally disable alarms and wake up late!

  • Diego Gastón Milano

    How many alarms would you need to have to need this? Also, I never really needed to disable ALL my alarms except one or two.
    Still, well implemented and smooth design.