Zephyr updated to version 1.0.2-1 with more enhancements [Jailbreak]

Zephyr by chpwn has been updated to version 1.0.2-1 with a few more enhancements. For starters, you can now disable gestures in any app you choose. This is handy for games and apps that may cause you to unintentionally invoke a gesture. It looks as if he's gotten help with this feature from Ryan Petrich, creator of Display Recorder, one of my favorite jailbreak apps.

Other features added include the ability to enable per-gesture commands as opposed to them all being global by default. So if you want multitasking gestures on your iPhone, you can find Zephyr in Cydia for $2.99.

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Apple TV says:

I just bought Zephyr finished and I am testing this version. Thank you for sharing.

FLskydiver says:

I love this app. And it just keeps getting better. Thanks, chpwn!

FLskydiver says:

When I first got it, I requested app-specific disabling in case I couldn't teach myself to slightly modify my dragging behavior in apps like google maps or my swiping behavior in photos (as I occasionally invoked app switching by accident due to starting to close to the screen edge). Love that this was so quickly added. However, I'm still trying to learn to adjust my behavior, which really shouldn't be that difficult, because the benefits more than make up for it.

Dylan says:

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