Another day, another tweak. CirDock brings a rotatable dock to devices running iOS 11 and newer versions. Here’s how you can install and use it on your iPhone or iPad.
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How CirDock works
The stock iOS dock is limited to a measly five applications. Sure you can indirectly add an infinite number of apps by creating folders – but it leaves a lot to be desired. That is where this new tweak comes in.
CirDock adds a multi-app rotatable carousel dock to your iPhone and iPad. Originally developed by Amro Thabet, this tweak is now maintained by Julio Verne.
It lets you add as many apps as you want to your dock along with slick animations. You can mess around with your dock and create multiple configurations to match your setup’s overall aesthetic.
Here’s a quick rundown of its features –
- Enable select apps from the Settings
- Favorite some of the enabled apps for easier access
- Display apps with badges
- Highlighting currently running apps
- Enable multiple carousel animations
- Long press to switch between different modes
Here’s a video demonstration of this tweak.
CirDock – Rotatable Dock for iOS 11 and above
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Remember, it moves all the applications on the dock to the home screen. So please take a screenshot of how your dock currently looks like and then respring for the tweak to commence.
How to setup CirDock
Enabled Applications – Adds apps and games to the dock.
- Carousel Type (Linear) – Selects the animation style for the carousel. You can select any of the given animations – Linear, Rotary, Inverted Rotary, Cylinder, Inverted Cylinder, Wheel, Inverted Wheel, Cover Flow 1, Cover Flow 2, Time Machine, Inverted Time Machine.
- Dock Bounces? (on) – Adds a bounce animation to the dock.
- Dock Scroll Animations (off) – Adds scroll animations to the dock. You can select any of the following animations – Bounce, Flip, Pulsate, Rotate, Wiggle.
- Return icon (Default) – Sets the return icon to an app.
- Show Back Icons? (off) – Shows back icons.
- Vertical Landscape? (0ff) – Enables vertical landscape for the dock.
- Remove Icon Labels (off) – Removes icon labels from dock apps. You should enable it if you have removed icon labels system-wide.
- Remove Icon Badges (off) – Removes icon badges from dock apps.
- Highlight Running Apps? (off) – Highlights apps that are currently running in the background.
The “Differentiated Settings” section lets you create for the portrait mode as well as landscape mode. These settings are meant to be used by power users and developers only.
- Icon Scale – Sets the size of the icons.
- Icon Spacing – Sets the separation between icons.
- Icon Tilt – Sets the tilt value for icons.
- Max Visible Icons – Sets the number of icons visible in the dock without scrolling.
- Deceleration Rate – Sets the deceleration rate of the icons.
- Icon Perspective – Sets the perspective value for the icons.
- Scroll Speed – Sets the scroll speed of the icons.
Hold Action Settings
- Remove Action Label (on) – Removes the action label present in the top-left corner of the dock.
- Item Hold Actions (Display Running Apps) – Defines the “long press” actions for app icons. You can set it to display badged itesm, favorites, and running apps.
Your dock will look something like this if you use the aforementioned setup.
Download CirDock Cydia tweak
The dock is undoubtedly the most prominent element of the Springboard. So if you want to add more icons to it along with cool animations, CirDock is worth an install.
Furthermore, it is one of the old-school jailbreak tweaks from the days so you might want to install it just for old times’ sake. Recommended.
As far as compatibility goes, you will have to uninstall FloatingDock. Other tweaks such as ClearDock are fully compatible with CirDock.
CirDock is available for download on Julio’s repo (http://julioverne.github.io) for free. It is compatible with iOS 11.