JellyLock is one of the many popular tweaks of Cydia. I don’t think that people need its introduction on board before pushing the install button. JellyLock becomes one of the popular Cydia tweak last year with allowing users to get Android Jellybean like lock-screen on iOS running devices. It enhances the Android lock-screen system and allows users to make use of it on their iPhone and iPad devices.
JellyLock is finally updated for iOS 7 running devices, and comes as an independent bundle in Cydia for iOS 7+ running devices. JellyLock7 is available in Cydia to install on jailbroken iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The developer behind tweak has done awesome work to make his tweak super compatible with iOS 7 running devices and introduced compatibility for iPad users.
JellyLock7 comes as a free package in Cydia, especially after burning several hours of beta testing and penetration tests to make it stable on newly launched iOS 7 devices. JellyLock7 allows you replace your iOS traditional lock screen with a Jellybean’s like lock-screen.
Furthermore, it allows users to pull application shortcuts on the lock-screen for quick access. Users can install it on their iOS 7 running devices to bring five application shortcuts on the lock-screen. Once you installed the JellyLock7 on your device, you don’t be required to unlock your device before accessing shortcut applications from lock-screen.
It comes with security enhancements as well, and allows users optionally use passcode-protected lock-screen. JellyLock7 does not bypass iOS 7 passcode screen, instead allows you enter your code and quickly access the application.
The new JellyLock7 comes up with appearances settings that allow you to customize the look of JellyLock7 UI on lock-screen. You can change the color and size of the slider on lock-screen of your iPhone and iPad device.
JellyLock7 is currently available for free in Cydia and supports all range of iOS devices running an iOS 7+ firmware.