Following downloading & installing the tweak, which was unveiled by iOS jailbreak developer Joshua Tucker at the Worldwide Jailbreak Convention (WWJC), users will see incoming notifications popping up on the top-right of the iPad tablet’s screen, just in the way in which OS X notifications appear on an Apple Mac computer.
Once you touch such a notification will launch the respective app, the Messages app for iMessage notifications, and it gets dismissed on being swiped.
While remarking on this tweak, a statement by iPhoneHacks reads, “After setting up the jailbreak tweak, the notices will turn up in the top right side of the iPad’s screen close to the manner notifications roll up on the Mac.
You can tap, seize and swipe to the right on the notification to send them away or tap on a notification to begin the apposite application. If you find manifold banner notifications from the similar application program, the new tweak will initially exhibit the notifications on an individual basis, one below the other one, and after that stack them jointly.
You can then swipe via this stack of notifications in order to see each and every notification or tap, seize and swipe to the right to send all the notifications away in one-go. It is really a cool characteristic.”
In case more than one notification becomes visible simultaneously, Emblem will first show the notifications one by one, and then create a single notification cluster by combining the two. When you swipe through this cluster of notifications, it will show each individual message. Overall, Emblem is a remarkable jailbreak tweak.
Thus, if the system of iPad notification does not cut Emblem for you, you can download and install this jailbreak tweak from the Cydia Store for $1.99.
In related news, developer Grant Paul, who is also known as Chpwn, has recently posted a picture of Apple’s latest smartphone, an iPhone 5, with Cydia app installed on it.
Cydia is an independent third-party digital distribution platform for software on iOS-based devices such as iPhone and iPad. Several of the software packages being offered by Cydia are free, while many others are available through the Cydia Store payment system with a commission system like that of the Apple App Store.
Most of these software packages concentrate on providing tweaks (customized and modified software), which can only run on jailbroken devices.