Entitled Gregorian, this standalone jailbreak app is a great compromise for those who wish to remain on jailbroken firmware, but want to experience some of the cool new features introduced with Apple’s recent iOS 7.1 release. Check inside for all of the details.
Once you install the package, which takes about a minute or two to process, you will be asked to reboot your device. Upon rebooting, you’ll find a brand new app on your Home screen called Gregorian. The app looks just like the stock Calendar app, and can be used to outright replace the stock Calendar app.
Using the Gregorian calendar app is very much the same as using the stock Calendar app, but there is one major difference between the two. Gregorian features the iOS 7.1-inspired event views, which are accessible by tapping the show events button to the left of the magnifying glass near the upper right-hand corner of the app.
Tapping the show events button will reveal a list of items for a particular day beneath the calendar. This same button can also be used to switch between a full and singular list view when drilled down to a specific day.
Once again, Ryan Petrich has come to the rescue of jailbroken iOS owners. If you were feeling a little salty about your inability to use Apple’s cool new calendar features on your jailbroken device, you should add Ryan’s beta repo and download Gregorian today.
Ryan’s beta repo is as follows: http://rpetri.ch/repo
Let me know what you think about Gregorian, which is free of charge, in the comment section down below.