Gridlock for iPhone allows custom icon positioning [Jailbreak]

Gridlock is an iPhone Jailbreak hack that will allow you to setup app icons on your home screen in a manner that doesn't interfere with your wallpaper or just let you create an awesome pattern -- the choice is yours. It is easy to use, all you have to do is hold down on an icon to make your apps jiggle like you always do and then move them around anywhere you want.

That's it, no app, no settings, just click and drag your icons anywhere! Best of all it's just $0.99 in Cydia, thanks Chronic Dev-Team member chpwn!

by Brian


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Jo2reco says:

Yeah I got and love. But u forgot to say u can't use the function in iTunes to arrange your springboard

VagrantHarmonist says:

@Jo2 After you jailbreak, that part is wonky in itunes anyways. At least its been for me :)

Geo Coldz says:

I just got it yesterday.

Scott says:

Where did you get the background from? It's awesome.

Rapscallion says:

Yeah the BG is great! What is it?

Sam says:

@Scott & Rapscallion : Blueprint Wallpaper, here :

Scott says:

Cheers mate, I managed to find it on my own but the effort is very much appreciated.

BSmith4832 says:

This look awesome! Especially since I have quite a few backgrounds with things directly in the center! Going to buy it now - cheers!!

Abilio says:

It would be nice if the icons could rotate with the acelerator. When the iphone is horizontal the icons would to align that way and make a vertical scroll.

BrianTufo says:

@Abilio there are JB apps such as SBRotator that allow for that.

ace says:

LOL @ buying things in Cydia.

Phapngoctran says:

I like this post,especially the wallpaper.Can you send me that wallpaper?I really appreciate that..this is my email

Niclas says:

Is it possible to get New apps etc to be located in a default Folder?
I am tired of the apps is placing them self on second page :S it does not even use the First page for some reason