DietBulletin: Makes iOS 5 Push Messages Slim

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The brand new jailbreak tweak DietBulletin created via developer Ryan Petrich allows you to modify the scale of push notifications. DietBulletin is a sequence of ornamental enhancements of the iPhone and iPad performs best to scale back the dimensions of push notifications in iOS. After putting in the add-on buttons are smaller and twice, respectively, soak up much less house on the reveal.


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Another big advantage of the DietBulletin is the ability to have long messages in its entirety to read through a banner. If the text does not completely fit on the screen, it will automatically be scrolled from right to left. You can also use DietBulletin to choose the app name to hide the banner. As you can see only one app icon beside the message received.
This tweak is similar to SmallBanners which allows to achieve the same effect. However, the developer has added DietBulletin panel system settings, where you can specify which applications will work tweak. For example, you can leave the usual format for e-mail notifications or SMS-messages to see more information and to make a compact banners for games and applications.

Before installing DietBulletin on the iPhone or iPad you need to perform the jailbreak. Just download the program Absinthe 2.x for Windows, Mac OS X or Linux, compatible with all devices on iOS, and just a click to untethered jailbreak iOS 5.1.1. In addition, you can use Sn0wbreeze, as well as a command line interface from the CLI iPhone Dev Team.

Take advantage of the new format banners on iPhone is possible right now. Diet Bulletin is available in Cydia for free, and can be downloaded by the following repo to Cydia add: http://rpetri.ch/repo/

 

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