“I’ll come right back to that.”
How many times have you thought that when leaving an app, only to forget to ever come back?
The purpose of BusyBar is very simple — to enable you to put your apps “on hold” and to come back to them at a more convenient time…
BusyBar is enabled by means of a user assignable Activator action that you can setup in the Settings.app. Once you have you Activator action assigned, simply invoke the action while in an app and you’ll notice a red bar appear where your status bar resides.
This red bar is the BusyBar, and it allows you to exit out of the current app, do whatever else you need to do, and tap it to go back to the app when you’re finished.
It’s sort of like when you’re on a phone call, and you exit to your Home screen, and there’s that little green bar in your status bar that allows you to go back to the phone call.
I like BusyBar, it’s a simple tweak, but it’s stable and performs its duties well. If you set it up with a decent Activator action then I could see it being fairly useful.
Again, BusyBar is a free tweak for those of you with jailbroken iPhones.
Have you tried it yet?