We tested ReachApp, the real multitasking on screen
If a few days ago we were talking about RachApp, a Cydia application that was still under development and that allowed split the screen in two so that you can see and use two applications simultaneouslyNow we can show you how it works since it is available in a public beta, which, although it has bugs, is stable enough to test it and have a first feeling of how it works and if it can really be useful on our devices. We show you a video below and we explain how you can install it on your devices.
Its operation is very simple, you just have to double touch the TouchID of your device and automatically the screen will be divided in two and you will have two applications on the screen. What applications appear? The one you had open and the second one that was placed in multitasking, that is, that you had open immediately before. Both applications are fully functional, you can scroll, press buttons, links, etc. The end result is that you have two full-featured applications on the screen. It works both vertically and horizontally.
Obviously the tweak is still in beta, which means that it has many bugs, especially in terms of adjusting the windows. Safari, for example, does not resize well and the lower buttons disappear, and in landscape mode there are many bugs, some applications do not rotate, or do not fit the window properly. There is still a long way to go before this tweak can be considered finished, but if you want to try it and have a first feeling, you can do it adding the repo «http://elijahandandrew.com/repo/ » in Cydia. If your device is not compatible with Reachability, you must first install the ReachAll tweak for it to work properly. What do you think of this type of multitasking? It could be that it will reach the iPad Pro and we do not know if the rest of iPads in the more or less near future. Is it useful on the iPad? And on the iPhone?