Folks who have yet to find a Lock screen-settings-toggle tweak that suits their needs will be happy to know that another one has been added to the pile this weekend. LockToggle, by developer Haifisch, gives you quick, one-touch access to some of the most common iOS settings, without you having to unlock your device…
As you can see in the screen shot above, or in the video below, the tweak accomplishes that by adding system toggles to your Lock screen. The toggles are represented by a scrollable list of icons that, by default, rest on top of the ‘slide to unlock’ bar, and include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, screen brightness, volume and many more.
The tweak itself is about as straightforward as they come. Once installed, you can enable it from within your Settings app, as well as move the icons to the top of your Lock screen. Unfortunately, that’s about all you can do—there’s no way to pick which toggles are displayed, and no way [that I’ve found] to rearrange them.
But for what it is, LockToggle works great. Tapping an icon immediately enables a disabled setting, and vice versa. I don’t think it’s for me, as I’m fairly happy with Lockbar Settings Lite, but I’m sure other folks will find it very useful. If you’d like to check it out for yourself, you can find in Cydia, in the BigBoss repo, for free.
Have you tried LockToggle yet? Thoughts?