Some users find the iOS Notification banner annoying. These alerts pop up whenever there are updates. While others have avoided such alerts by altering configurations in Settings app, iOS developer Ori Kadosh created this intrusive problem with his “CoverMeNot” jailbreak tweak.
There are variations of tweaks for Notification banners and personally when I installed this tweak, I find it very practical, especially when I’m in the middle of my drag racing game, CSR Racing. Basically, the CoverMeNot jailbreak tweak moves your current user interface down to give way to the notification banner without covering the important buttons or the pixels of the app you are currently using.
For those of you who can’t stand the intrusive alerts, you don’t need to turn of the alerts. This tweak will simply push down the app without any changes on the user interface. It’s very simple. If you’re not familiar how the Notification banner works, you can’t even tell the difference. It’s integrated into the system like the other iOS features.
Whenever there is an update or alert, the status bar will double in size. It doesn’t affect the pixels instead it pushes it below. CoverMeNot jailbreak tweak cannot be customized once it is installed in your device. There are no settings or options involved. If you want to add this tweak, just launch Cydia and tap Search, type in, “CoverMeNot.” You are required to respring your device after installation.
CoverMeNot simply works that way. There’s nothing remarkable on the tweak, but it’s worth downloading. Whenever the banner shows up, it appears and disappears with the same amount of time. Nothing more, nothing less.
Overall, I give this jailbreak tweak 5-stars rating. CoverMeNot is available on ModMyi repository for FREE.
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