ProWidgets Hero

One of the most highly anticipated jailbreak tweaks to surface in some time has been released on Cydia. I’m, of course, referring to ProWidgets—a brand new jailbreak tweak that we previewed extensively last week. To celebrate its release, we’re bringing you our hands-on review.

ProWidgets is a release that we discussed in-depth on today’s episode of Let’s Talk Jailbreak as well. Be sure to have a listen to hear Sebastien, Cody’s, and I talk about the pluses and minuses of the tweak.

Without further ado, step inside to read our take on the final version of ProWidgets. We’ll show you what makes the tweak so compelling, and why the future is even more exciting.


If you ask me, the most exiting thing about ProWidgets is the insane amount of polish placed on its design. Even more impressive is the fact that developer Alan Yip handled both the design and coding for ProWidgets. Not only does the tweak feature a crazy amount of polish from a development standpoint, but its visual appeal matches, or even exceeds, the amount of polish placed on the developmental process.

Only Ryan Petrich rivals Alan Yip in this area. It’s a one-man effort that’s seriously impressive and shouldn’t be understated. Even Cody and Sebastien, who weren’t overly convinced of the tweak’s usefulness during our Let’s Talk Jailbreak conversation, couldn’t knock the design. They stated that this is how Apple would have done it if it were to implement something like ProWidgets.

ProWidgets Welcome

ProWidgets’ welcome screen

When you first install ProWidgets, you’ll immediately notice the attention to detail placed on the design. From the outset, you’re greeted with a hyper-polished welcome menu explaining the benefits of the tweak and how to use certain features. The welcome message is far beyond anything we’ve seen from the jailbreak community, and I don’t think it’s hyperbole when I state that it rivals something Apple would have designed.

The ‘W’ word

The word “widget” comes bundled with so many unfortunate preconceived ideas and notions. I almost wish that Alan would have chosen to give this release a more creative name. It’s an apt name, but it lacks the creativity and comes with stigmas that plague the release before one even lays hands on it.

Listen to us talk about ProWidgets on Let’s Talk Jailbreak

During my conversation with Sebastien on Let’s Talk Jailbreak, he stated that he cringed a bit when he saw that the name of the tweak included the word. Historically speaking, widgets have never been a big part of iOS, and even from a jailbreak perspective, they’ve always been a little janky and gimmicky feeling.


ProWidgets is beneficial to the user, because it allows you to access widgets for the alarm clock,  browser, calendar, dictionary, mail, messages, notes, reminders, and timer from anywhere within iOS. Think of these as quick ways to access and interact with information on your iOS device without totally interrupting your current task.

For example, say I wanted to quickly compose a note while I look up movie showtimes via Safari. In the past, I’d have to exit the Safari app, open Notes, compose a new note, exit Notes, and reopen Safari. That’s a lot of steps. With ProWidgets I can quickly compose a new note while Safari is still open, and reference Safari as I compose my note.

ProWidgets Use Case

A great example of how useful ProWidgets can be

Widgets can be quickly minimized and multiple widgets can be opened at the same time. While composing my note about movie showtimes, I could quickly invoke a messages widget to confirm a movie date with a friend later on in the day. I could then, in theory, invoke the alarm widget to remind myself about the movie.

From Anywhere

One of the coolest features about ProWidgets is that you can quickly access each widget using a variety of invocation methods. You can use Activator gestures, Control Center shortcuts, Lock screen shortcuts, Notification Center shortcuts, Today View shortcuts inside of Notification Center, and tiny little corner shortcuts near the bottom of Notification Center. In other words, there are lots of ways to invoke widgets, and they’re all easily accessible from virtually anywhere.


Since most of the people that will read this review aren’t developers, it’s hard to express how awesome the extensibility features of ProWidgets really are. This, ladies and gentlemen, is where ProWidgets has the potential to really shine.

Prowidgets Site

Imagine an iTunes Radio widget, or a Spotify widget that allows you to quickly view a now playing song, search for new music, or browse playlists. Imagine a Tweetbot widget that lets you send new tweets from Tweetbot from anywhere. Picture, for a moment, being able to perform 1Password searches and queries from anywhere using a 1Password widget.

Prowisgets site 2

Alan Yip has made ProWidgets into something that other developers can tap into. They can create and design their own widgets using JavaScript or Objective-C, and come up with widgets that are easily installable by the average user. This means that there is a limitless amount of widgets that can potentially be created. The sky’s the limit if the right developers get on board.

If you’re a developer, then visit for more details on how to develop widgets for ProWidgets. You can also visit the official ProWidgets subreddit.


ProWidgets Settings 1

The ProWidgets preferences


The Widgets section lists all of the widgets that you have installed on your device. The tweak comes bundled with the following stock widgets from the outset:

  • Alarm – Toggle and add alarms
  • Browser – Open web links in app conveniently
  • Calendar – View and create events
  • Dictionary – Look up the definition of a word
  • Mail – Quick compose an email
  • Messages – Quick compose a message
  • Notes – Manage and create notes
  • Reminders – Manage and add reminders
  • Timer – Quick start or pause a timer

Each of the stock widgets, outside of the mail and messages widget, features additional settings that can be configure by tapping on the section. The additional settings change depending on the nature of the widget. Some widgets, like notes, contain a single section for selecting the default interface upon invocation. Other widgets, like browser, contain in-depth settings that further integrate the widget into your workflow.

ProWidgets Widgets Settings

The widget preferences

At the bottom of the section, you’ll find a link for installing a widget via URL. While there are no 3rd-party items available at the time of this writing, Alan did send me a test widget to install, and the process was fully automated.

While there is an edit button featured in the upper right-hand corner of the page for removing items, only 3rd-party widgets are eligible to take advantage of this. Stock widgets are permanent and thus can’t be removed.


There are four stock themes included out of the box, and they are as follows:

  • Blur – Default theme for ProWidgets
  • Dark Blur – Dark version of the default theme
  • Plain – Plain black and white theme
  • Plain Blur – Default theme without tint color

ProWidgets Themes

These are just the stock themes, more themes can be installed later

Each theme can be dynamically changed on the fly with no respring needed. You can also, just like you can do with widgets, install 3rd-party themes directly via URL. Like the widgets, only 3rd-party themes can be removed, as the four stock themes are permanent fixtures.

Default theme vs Dark Blur

Default theme vs Dark Blur theme

Activation Methods

There are six ways to active the widgets found within ProWidgets, and they are as follows:

  • Activator – Assign listeners to present widget
  • Control Center – Present widgets from Control Center
  • Lock Screen – Present widget from Lock screen
  • Notification Center – Present widgets from Notification Center
  • Notification Center Corners – Configure two shortcut buttons in Notification Center corners
  • Today View – Create new event from Today View

ProWidgets Activation Methods

The various activation methods contained within ProWidgets preferences


The most obvious way to invoke widgets is by using Activator gestures. Once you install ProWidgets, you can venture into the Activator settings to find actions for all of the installed ProWidgets. You can then assign a gesture to invoke any of the widgets configured within ProWidgets. For example, I use a double-tap of the status bar to invoke the notes widget, or a triple press of the Home button to bring up the alarm widget.

ProWidgets Activator

Control Center

But Activator is only one of several ways to display a widget. You can also do so directly from Control Center, courtesy of CCLoader. Beneath the activator methods in ProWidgets’ settings, you’ll find a list of all of the widgets currently installed.

ProWidgets Control Center

You can rearrange the order of these widgets to affect their place within Control Center or Notification Center. You can also outright hide a widget by moving it from the visible widgets section to the hidden widgets section.

Lock Screen

A shortcut to your widget of choice appears in the bottom left-hand corner of the Lock screen for quick access. You can assign any of the available widgets to the Lock screen by means of the Lock screen section under activation methods. The glyph icon present on the Lock screen will change depending on the widget selected.

ProWidgets Lock screen

Notification Center

As if the other methods of widget invocation weren’t enough, you can access widgets from a variety of different areas of Notification Center. The main Notification Center setting allows you to use a Control Center-esque group of QuickLaunch shortcuts for your widgets. These shortcuts need to be first enabled in the Notification Center settings.

ProWidgets Notification Center

Like the Control Center widgets mentioned above, the order of the widgets displayed in Notification Center are configurable using the visible widgets section under the tweak’s activation methods panel.

Notification Center Corners

Each corner of Notification Center can be configured to contain a widget shortcut. You also have the option of removing the shortcut from either side by selecting none on the section’s menu.

ProWidgets Notification Center Corners

Today View

The last widget activation method is for the Today View, which also happens to appear in the Notification Center. The Today View shortcut allows you to invoke the new event widget to create a new event directly from the Today View. The event widget is the only widget that can be configure from the Today View.

ProWidgets Today View


The last section to be featured in ProWidgets’ preferences is the configuration section. This section is geared towards altering the way that the widgets in ProWidgets look and behave.

ProWidgets COnfiguration


The general portion of the configuration section contains two options, and they are as follows:

  • Lock Action – alters what happens to widgets when locking your device
  • Minimization View Size – alters the size of minimized widgets.

Lock Action

When locking your device, you can choose to force all widgets to minimize, or you can instead choose to dismiss all widgets entirely.

Minimization View Size

Minimizing a widget isn’t anything like minimizing a running app on a desktop computer. Instead, minimizing a widget makes it smaller, non-interactive, but still visible. You can alter the size of minimized widgets by selecting from one of the options appearing in the minimization view size. The sizes available are small, normal, big, and large. The small view is much less than 25% of the size of the large view, making its contents almost indiscernible to the eye. The downside of the large view is that it takes up significantly more real estate when compared to its smaller counterparts.


The effect portion of the configuration section contains three toggles, and they are as follows:

  • Parallax Effect – Widgets behave like app icons behave on the Home screen
  • Disable Blur Effect – Disable the blur background effect behind widgets
  • Better Blur Quality – Increase the quality of the blur effect mentioned above

Preferred Source

The last relevant option from a user standpoint, is the preferred source option when creating calendars with the Event widget. You can change the source of your calendars between any of the available calendar resources established on your device—i.e. iCloud or Local.

My thoughts

For starters, let me just say that using ProWidgets is an extremely simple affair. It’s very straightforward, especially when you configure the Activator gestures, or decide to use the Control Center toggles. Invoking a widget is as simple as it gets, and manipulating the widget to make it do what you want it to do is even simpler.

I like to ability to access the notes and alarm clock widgets from anywhere on my device, even while I’m using another app. I also like the ability to be able to minimize multiple widgets on screen at once while I’m using apps.


This is a powerful framework that opens up a huge door of opportunity for the jailbreak community. This is a tweak that resides firmly in the upper echelon of jailbreak releases, and is easily in the top 10 jailbreak tweaks of all time conversation. If developers get on board and we see other widgets for things like Spotify, Rdio, and other popular iOS applications, then its value will be even greater.

Sadly, there are no 3rd-party widgets to speak of yet, and if I had to guess, this will probably prove to be the tweak’s weak spot. If Alan Yip’s hard work and efforts to build an API, a website, great documentation, and a super-easy way to get new widgets into ProWidgets isn’t enough to convince developers to hop on board, then nothing will. Ultimately, I feel that the lack of extra widgets will be the only real knock against this tweak.

ProWidgets is a wonderful example of an idea that’s been perfectly executed. It’s got the great design, the ease of use, and the extensibility. But its real-world value might be up for debate by critics. For example, Siri can easily handle most of the tasks that ProWidgets allows you to execute out of the box. I can send new messages and mail with Siri, get definitions from Siri, set alarms with Siri, do reminders, timers, the whole kit and caboodle. So why do I need a widget to do these things?

Of course, there are other things that Siri cannot do that could be accomplished with 3rd-party widgets. With that in mind, it’ll ultimately be the add-on widgets that will ultimately shape the longstanding legacy of ProWidgets. If enough developers get on board, if enough widgets are created to do things that we could never do before, then ProWidgets could be a major force in the community.

All things considered, I wholeheartedly recommend ProWidgets. It’s without a doubt one of the most impressive projects put together by a single person that I’ve seen when it comes to jailbreak releases. ProWidgets is available right now for $2.99 on Cydia’s BigBoss repo. Happy downloading, and be sure to share your thoughts and opinions about the release down in the comments section.

  • Chetan

    It would be awesome to see Whatsapp widget like that..

    • jgr627

      it would be more awesome if you just open the whatsapp app and do what you need to do and when you finish you close it….makes sense if you ask me don’t see how this tweak can be of any importance

      • Chetan

        Then why on earth was a widget made by the developer for something called Messages which is used way less as compared to whatsapp? Also most people don’t need to open alams and timer that often, still developer made a widget just to ease the use for the people who want it. Any comments Mr. Intelligent? May be u should not decide what’s important for whom.

      • Guest

        Geez, he just expressed an opinion. Why the need to be caustic?

      • Damian W

        To me iMessage is the main source of communication because all my colleagues are using it. Whatsapp does not exist in my circles.

      • David Hvilivitzki

        It would, but the problem with Whatsapp tweaks is that you can’t update Whatsapp until there’s an update to the tweak or nether of them would work. there’s always quickreply for whatsapp though I don’t know if it was updated to 7 yet

      • Hadi

        I use WhatsApp for Couria. Works really nice in iOS 7.

    • CAS

      I’d prefer a Tweetbot widget 🙂

    • fb2

      To be honest, I don’t know why you would need a Whatsapp widget. Just use it how it is.

      BUT if you want to, you can create a Whatsapp Compose Action with Tweaks like CCToggles, which allows you to set a QuickLaunch with a URL scheme. So you would have a button which you can tap to go to specific chat window in Whatsapp. You could also use Apps like LaunchCenter Pro or Drafts to to send a message to Whatsapp. The URL scheme is: “whatsapp://send?text=”

      Additionally you could use IntelliScreenX 7 and its Slide function to use Whatsapp without leaving other apps and even from Lockscreen without unlocking your device 😉

      • Matheus Lisboa

        Well, it’s useful for some people! For example: English is not my mother language but I do read a lot of books in english. So when sometimes I’m reading a classic and I have difficulty with anyword, so I can look it up quickly with this tweak! Intelliscreen x slide function is great but I can’t really minimize stuff with it, prowidgets is great for that.

      • James

        You’re reading these books on your iOS device or are they physical books?

      • Matheus Lisboa


  • Jarvaris Love

    Turn up.

  • jgr627

    If you ask me, the most exiting thing about ProWidgets is….nothing….JB scene is a on deathbed long live stock iOS

    • Derp

      Ladies and Gentlemen behold. I have found a new species: The Boneheaded Idiot.

      • jgr627

        Lol thanks I’m flattered but sorry to burst your bubble but you have to wake up and face reality the jb community is flooded with useless tweaks n this is one of them…..iOS 8 will be another major blow to the jb scene you might as well just convert now and enjoy a safe n peaceful stock iOS

      • jacobkwright


      • Martin

        It’s surprising that this makes sense

      • Danuel Carr

        This is idiocy. For every jailbreak tweak apple incorporates, a new one rises to take its place. And for every change apple makes to iOS, dozens of tweaks are created to modify that change. Developers don’t simply lie down and cry because Apple used one of the main features of their tweak, they add new features and functionality to ensure that their work remains relevant. And as newer, more powerful devices are released with new hardware additions, the potential for what tweaks can be made and what they will do will only grow and it’ll grow quickly. The fact of the matter is: as long as there is iOS, there will be a jailbreak community.

      • jgr627

        The iPhone is the best phone on the market out the box the jb community was worth something back on iOS 3 when Apple was still learning the curve I’m sure when iOS 8 comes later this year there will still be a jb community but it will be flooded with useless tweaks times have changed the stock os is the best

      • Danuel Carr

        You aren’t the brightest bulb in the box, are you?

      • jgr627

        What iOS are you running?

      • Danuel Carr

        7.0.6 and I couldn’t live with my jailbreak.

      • Palmer Paul


      • Danuel Carr

        Lol. I’m blaming hipjot for that one.

      • s0me

        It’s his own opinion you dont have to be an idiot and call him an idiot I’m just sayin…

      • Haha, nailed it

    • We need split screen, not this floating window mess

      • Leonard Wong

        Yeah! This seems clutter if you have 2 or 3 widgets running

    • n0ahcruz3

      Thanks for the laugh! Lol

      • jgr627

        Your welcome buddy

      • chex_mix


    • smtp25

      Can stock do:
      Videopane? (multitasking video playback)
      LastApp? (3 finger pinch to go to last app)
      Controllers4all (playstation controller)
      Torrent support?

      • jgr627

        Multitasking video playback? MEH!!!
        LastApp? MEH!!!
        Controllers4all? decent i will give the jb community props for that one
        Activator? MEH!!! was cool 3 years ago times have changed
        Torrent support? MEH!!

      • ikn0witall

        what’s crazy is i somewhat agree to you. I find myself buying theses tweaks and only using them for a day and never again. I notice that afterwards i’m like ‘meh’ like you. The only thing consistently that i keep on my phone is activator, quick activator and bitesms.

      • jgr627

        I couldn’t have said it better myself, 90% of tweaks r just eye candy just like this pro widget….no offense to the dev but even if this tweak was free I still wouldn’t install it…..eye candy is for newbies / kids and I’m neither

      • Hadi

        There are some tweaks that are essential if you use your iDevice for productivity.
        AnyAttach or similar tweaks for attaching any file when replying to an email. You can’t do it without jailbreak and you can’t say MEH!
        Safari Download Manager or Download Enabler so you can download any file format and iFile to open them, unarchive/archive files, open them in other apps.
        They are a few tweaks that you need if you’re going to do a serious work with you iDevices.
        Quick reply for Messages app or any other social network app is not MEH! at all.
        Some other tweaks help you customize the UI. I turn On/Off cellular data way more often that Bluetooth. So why in the earth I can’t change Bluetooth toggle with Cellular Data? I bet composing a new message from Control Center is more frequently used than opening Camera. So I changed it with a tweak.
        Not all tweaks are eye candy, neither all users are low end user as you.

    • s0me

      Stock IOS is basic and boring, JB makes me not hate my IOS devices so much. Oh and this tweak will make my ipad more easy to use.

      • jgr627

        Stock iOS is boring? how old are you? 13? I think you should ask your parents for permission before you go online and write comments…..if JB makes you hate your iOS device less, sell your iDevice and get a cheap SamSh*t so you can install cool moving wallpapers lol

      • Kenrick Fernandes

        Really? I believe your the one who’s acting all juvenile here. He’s the troll here and your feeding him. Why would you say sams***. For what? Does it help your argument. Did he mention samsung or any other android device? Makes you look like a apple fanboy. Oh and ios 7 has moving wallpapers too.

      • s0me

        Why are you on this website if you dont like to JB? There are other Apple news websites that dont cover JB stuff. I am 26, let me decide what I do with my own stuff and what I like, stop being such a smart ass. I defended you in a comment above but I will have to retract my words.

      • jgr627

        This website is bigger then just Jailbraking…..I’ve been Jailbraking all my phones since day one but with the launch of iOS 7 there isn’t a need anymore but your right sorry for coming at u in a disrespectful way thanks for defending me b4

      • Matheus Lisboa

        No use for you doesn’t mean the JB scene is useless… The great thing about jailbreaking is having the OPTION!

  • iDude

    And now my CC is fu**ed up. Why it has to depend on stupid ccloader. now my ipad air doesn’t have any buttons on CC!!!

    • iDude

      4/5 finger multitouch freezes the whole screen! c’mon! i don’t have any other tweaks installed.

    • Al

      Same here with me.

      I disabled it via iCleaner Pro. CCLoader is not friendly with the iPad.

      • iDude

        thanks for the tip on ccloader. however, the multitouch freezing still exists so i must say that it is prowidgets fault. i don’t recommend this tweak to ipad users until they fully debugged it.

      • Al

        Also, are you able to use Activator actions with ProWidgets?

        This is more suitable for iPad than iPhone, IMO.

      • iDude

        haven’t tried. i’m so annoyed i’ve uninstalled it right away. And just noticed, funny how Jeff Benjamin used ipad to showcase Prowidgets but didn’t display the ipad’s cc nor mention anywhere that cc buttons doesn’t work on ipad.

      • fb2

        That’s exactly what I did. Create a Activator Menu with the ProWidgets stuff and assign a gesture (like double tap status bar) and you have everything you need 😀

  • :(

    Oooohhhh…I hate the look of iOS 7 but I LOVE this. I dunno what to do. My themes and apps on iOS 6 are too beautiful.

    • Al

      No matter what decision you make. Your unable to jailbreak for iOS 7.

      The window is closed.

  • Joseph Nguyen

    Hows the memory usage with this tweak installed?
    Does the Messages widget also serve as quick reply? I just had to make sure although it only states quick compose for the Messages widget. Hoping that it could replace Bitesms or Couria.

    • fb2

      it can’t replay, it can just compose messages.

      • Joseph Nguyen

        Thank you for the confirmation. That’s unfortunate.

  • Iuri Dos Santos Cunha

    Love the welcome screen haha. This tweak is too awesome. VideoPane and ProWidgets are the best tweaks ever made

    • smtp25

      +1 for VideoPane

  • NaSty

    No doubt it is nothing short of amazing that one person has created this tweak, the development and design side. Credit given where credit is due

  • Martin

    It’s like a Microsoft Windows overlay

  • mondo

    i can see apple stealing this idea…

    • Danuel Carr

      I hope they do. When Apple incorporates jailbreak tweaks into stock iOS, it forces the developers to continue to improve their tweaks in order to compete and continue making money, preventing stagnation in the jb community and giving stock users more features. Auxo 2 is a prime example of this.

  • Micaiah Martin

    How is memory usage? Any leaks at all? I have an old school 4S so I only have 300mb of ram at my disposal.

    • Dean Johnson

      same here bro

    • Cameron Connell


    • 郑凯帆

      don’t worry about that,it is smoothy in iphone 4!!!!!!

  • Matheus Lisboa

    Amazing tweak! It would be amazing to have a youtube, skype, whatsapp and facetime widget!

  • n0ahcruz3

    Nicely done

  • PheonixFeather

    Does this work with NextGen UI? Just wondering.

    BTW do you guys like this or IntellScreen X better?

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  • Alan

    Classiclockscreen is cool too !!

  • Is this any faster than just using activator gestures to open all those apps? If not then I guess the functionality isn’t all that much better but I mean it looks cool.

  • arrijay

    Just downloaded! Good tweak, I find it really useful.

  • Tony Trenkle Jr.

    Personally I feel this is odd timing for this tweak. With larger screen iphones down the pipeline, I feel this tweak would’ve been better with that. Yes the Ipad is big enough, but If we want to have a “Note” kinda feel, I think it would be better off on the larger screen phones.

  • Your Mother


    widgets? yeah right.

  • ccloader still not for ipad yet ?? hope fix soon,

  • It will shows a blank NC/CC panel if you use with QuickActivator. Waiting for a fix.

  • mwpitt52

    Wow! This is an awesome tweak. Jeff did a fantastic review. This is what sets iDB apart from other tech sites.

  • Fajr Lodhi

    How can I get the Spotify Widget?

  • AppleAnalist

    Very disappointing tweak. I think Jeff has been really lowering his normally high standards talking up tweaks lately. So this tweak is $2.99 and it is totally riddled with issues. Firstly CCloader on iPad is incompatible with iPad yet it relies on it and installs it on ipad. Multitasking gestures crashes the iPad into safe mode and on both iPad and iPhone the set timer widget doesn’t work and sending an email via the widget sends the devices into safemode. It’s clear that this tweak is under baked and full of bugs for its price and we have been used as beta testers without being informed unlike other tweaks like ISX7 and BiteSMS. If you are going to charge $3 at least do some decent beta testing. Got to uninstall this until it’s been fixed.

    • Timewarp

      I´m having the same problem with the email widget. Type everything and send and BAM my iphone enters into safe mode.

  • Dan

    It’s a nice idea, but honestly I can’t see myself using this. Doesn’t seem more convenient than simply opening the app.

  • Giannis Kesidis

    Problem with ipad air
    Ccloader don t work
    Crash when I swipe with 4 fingers to close app
    Good idea but…

  • evilmonkey07

    Well, it kind of breaks my Control Center on my iPad since CCLoader isn’t compatible. Does anyone know of a workaround for this? I also don’t get the right notification center corner shortcut.


  • AppleAnalist

    Now my iPhone has resprung 3 times trying to view this article on ute safari widget. Buggy rubbish!

  • First version is still green and buggy; lots of crashes, but has promise.

  • Browser can only be used in full screen mode for i5. Minimized widgets are noninteractive. This tweak was greatly overrated for the iPhone.

  • Ethos Evoss

    cant install it at all from hack your iphone or bite your apple or even insanely i
    anybody knows why?

    • J.K Cinema

      what do you mean you can’t download it? Because I can download it on insanely, but it just crashes into safe mode evertime I try to open it. I’m glad I didn’t buy it first

  • Ethos Evoss

    i uninstalled it cos it is tearing like iphone 5 is too slow for widgets .. and it bothering me goed into small suare and cannot rid of it .. not for me ..


    Can anyone confirm whether this tweak work in landscape on iphone please

    Coz I need notepad widget to jot down things frequently on a game in landscape on iphone

    So is prowidgets work in landscape?(Iphone)

  • David Cawthorne

    Hi, for Control Centre activation on the iPad, try using QuickActivator instead of CCloader