CocoaNuts has released today the highly anticipated Celeste 2 Bluetooth file sharing software for iOS devices.
Celeste 2 works differently under the hood than the original Celeste Bluetooth Sharing. It takes advantage of Apple’s own Bluetooth Stack, which is a great feature. Because it relies on something of Apple’s rather than something of the jailbreak community, the software may also already be compatible with iOS 7 out of the box, but more testing will have to be conducted when a jailbreak is released for iOS 7 to verify this.
Celeste 2 offers a number of features, like Notification Center support, iOS 6 share menu support, Action Menu support, and more. Celeste 2 also works from a variety of applications, like Photos, Music, iBooks, Safari, and more. The integration with Safari, which wasn’t covered in our initial review because it was just added to the application recently while in beta, allows the user to send a Web link over Bluetooth so they can read the Web page on another device.
Celeste 2 is a free upgrade for existing owners of Celeste Bluetooth Sharing, and will be on sale for $6.99 until September 15th for new customers before returning to $9.99 when the sale ends. Celeste 2 is available in Cydia via BigBoss repo…