MultiLS 2

MultiLS is a brand new jailbreak tweak that just appeared on Cydia’s BigBoss repo. The tweak, which is a $0.99 purchase, allows its users to hide the notifications that would normally appear on the Lock screen.

An iOS 6 only tweak, MultiLS completely moves the entire Lock screen notification list off of the primary Lock screen. When you receive a new message while on the Lock screen, MultiLS will display a pulsating blue bar on the right-hand side of the screen. This glowing bar lets users know when new Lock screen notifications have arrived.

We’ve taken the initiative to create a video walkthrough showcasing MultiLS in action. Have a look inside for all of the details.

Once you receive new notifications, simply slide your finger from the right side of the screen towards the left. A list, one that’s similar to the normal Lock screen notifications list, will appear showcasing all of your hidden notifications.

The Lock screen notifications work just like they normally do. In other words, you can still slide to view in order to launch the app pertaining to the notification.

MultiLS Lock screen

If you like having Lock screen notifications, but you don’t necessarily want them to appear front and center on your Lock screen, give MultiLS a try. Be sure to watch our video walkthrough above showcasing the tweak, and let us know what you think about MultiLS in the comment section below.

  • chumawumba

    This looks awesome! Let me go install it on the jailbroken device I no longer have!

    • Windy Joseph

      lmao, same here i feel so lonely.

  • Ishaan Malhotra

    Where the hell is my jailbreak?

    • deepdvd

      Really? Maybe you should ask Apple.

    • coLin

      can we just get an ‘Expert mode’ button in Settings? 😀

      • Rocky

        And those idiot who dont know what they doin will destroy their phone everywhere in the world cause they just turn everything on without even knowing wht they doin xD

  • Jordan D’Souza

    In a way it’s smart and in a way it’s not. On the bad side, when a notification comes in, your slider changes to “Slide to View” which pretty much gives it all away. And I’m pretty sure when you slide to view it will take you to the app with the notification.

    On the bright side, it hides your notifications and that pulsing bar looks really integrated.

    • bobbyleager

      i just used my springtomize 2 to change my text to say slide to unlock

  • skyrainbowz

    I was hoping it would work with LockInfo 5, but just as a heads up for anybody out there: it doesn’t 🙁

    • Damian W

      seems the developer of lockinfo forgot about updating his tweak anyway. Never updated it to iPad version (he had over a year to do so).

      • Raashid

        Yeah, seems like now that the angry feedbacks have stopped, he’s taking a big break. No longer even replies to my emails requesting “Reminders preview”.

  • Aleandro green

    any news on the ios 7 jailbreak?

    • Huntz

      Do you see any?

  • Luis M. Maldonado

    I swear I visit this blog everyday just to see if there is any post about the iOS 7.

  • Kentwood

    I wish I still had iOS 6 on my iPhone 🙁 iOS 7 blows

  • Navaz Sayani

    Subtle and beautiful

  • Huntz

    Looks awesome on my iPhone 5 🙂

  • S2k03

    Will it work with bitesms?

    • Jae. Just J.

      Working fine with Bitesms on my iPhone 4

      • S2k03

        Thanks just want to make sure before I purchase

  • 2Vini

    Also incompatible with Unfold and Unlock7. Very nice and responsive developer though 🙂

    • Jae. Just J.

      I’ve had no issues with it being incompatible with Unfold.

  • dnice

    wonder if this will work with intelliscreen

  • Jae. Just J.

    It’s a very nice tweak. It would be better with a kill switch in Settings.

  • becoolyolanda

    凸(¬‿¬)凸 mavericks
    凸(¬‿¬)凸 iOS7
    凸(¬‿¬)凸 touch ID
    = jobslessness

  • Richard Fairbanks

    Alas, it doesn’t work with Clock Builder, set as the lock screen. But it’s a great idea and the developer was very responsive!


    apple is tweaky