2023 Author: Gordon Kinson | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-26 08:36
The iOS 7 developers don't spoil us with data statistics in the system. The author of a small tweak from Cydia called SlideForUsage decided to fix this. This extension allows you to display data on the time of application use and when the last reboot of the iDevice was made.
Additional information will appear immediately after installing SlideForUsage in the iOS 7 multitasking pane. To see it, just pull down the card of the required program.
From the settings of the extension - the ability to change the color of the text to better match the set background image. You can download SlideForUsage from the ModMyI repository for free.
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