Application Management in native iOS strictly limit multitasking panel caused by double- pressing the “Home” . Those who wondered how many actually running tasks are in mobile OS have to use third-party solutions . New utility from Cydia offers an interesting new way to see active processes in iOS 7.
The Cydia app ActiveBoard is designed and implemented by no other than Surenix developer Philip Bigarelloy. After installing the app on your iPhone, you should be notified about any particular app using your firmware memory with the help of illumination, which a special effect white glow around the icons .
As the developer says , ActiveBoard is a graphic way to know which applications are stored in memory and iPhone devices consume resources . If the process stops, the effect disappears. For this reason, there is no illumination at all starting applications .
The second feature of ActiveBoard is a special notification that appears when you receive a notification . Whenever an application receives a notification, the icon starts to glow in red to indicate that the user has unread messages . Even if the iPhone is locked , it reminds the owner to answer the missed SMS or tweet .Before you download ActiveBoard, you must perform the jailbreak.
Cydia Tweak ActiveBoard is worth $1.99 , you can find it in the standard BigBoss repository .