If you are familiar with ‘RemoveBackground’, then you probably already know what ‘KillBackground’ does. ‘KillBackground’ gives you the ability to remove all the apps running in the background on your iDevice, with just a tap. When you double tap the home button to reveal your app switcher, you can tap either of the newly added ‘KillBackground’ buttons to kill/remove all of the app. So rather than having to remove them one by one, you can remove ALL of them at once quickly and easily. No new icon is added to your homescreen, nor is there anything to configure, check out the video of ‘KillBackground’ below. Click To Read More >>>
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‘No Status’ gives you the ability to remove your status bar at the springboard and lockscreen. No new icon is added to your homescreen, nor is there anything to configure.
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RemoveSound is another fun and games tweak that adds a “empty trash” sound when you delete an app, email or a note. No new icon is added to your homescreen. All configurations are done in your settings app, under the “RemoveSound” tab. Click To Read More >>>