How to Improve iOS Animations with Accelerate App [Jailbreak Tweak]

Some of you might find their iOS experience a little bit slowly in what concerns the iOS animations, especially when you own a jailbroken device. This thing happens particularly on older devices such as iPhone 3GS or iPhone 4. Fortunately, in this case, there is a solution for you. You can improve iOS animations with Accelerate App, which is a jailbreak tweak.

Accelerate Tweak for iOS animations

Accelerate is a great new jailbreak tweak that can be used to speed up all iOS animations on your iOS device. Technically, the tweak does not offer a physical speed. In fact, it makes you perceive all things running faster on your device. In this way, all animations will run faster and this thing is quite noticeable. For those of you who used the ClockWind app in the past, you will see that the Accelerate app is a great improvement and it brings majors bug fixes and many new features.

The main condition to use the Accelerate app on your device is to have a jailbroken device. After this, you will be able to download it from Cydia. Launch the app to see what experience it can offer you. Among all its options and features, the most important one is to enable or disable the tweak. For this, all you have to do is to visit the Settings tab in the Accelerate option.

Besides this, you have a lot of great features you can choose from. You have the possibility to choose from a long list of funny options such as Taxi speed, Ferrari speed or Superman Speed. Moreover, you can disable the tweaks selectively. This means that you can choose to make it run only when you launch or close a certain app. In this way, all animations will run as they normally do.

If you are willing to try out this amazing app, you can easily download it and install it on your device. As I mentioned earlier, it can be found on Cydia, free of charge and it is available only for jailbroken device. It works on iOS 3.x.x or later. The tweak is easy to use, but it only increases the way in which you perceive the animations. It does not change anything at the hardware level.

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