Before iOS 7, the Notifications Center used to be a window for all your notifications. With iOS 7, Apple tweaked the Notification Center and it’s now a window but, with three different tabs – Today, All, and Missed.
Every time you slide down on your screen to access the Notification Center, it will open on your last used tab, let’s say ‘Today’ ( because it rhymes ). But maybe you don’t want to check your ‘Today’ tab, you want to check your ‘Missed’ tab. Wouldn’t it be great if every time you open Notification Center, it will display the tab you are interested in? Here’s where NCObey comes in: it will make Notification Center obey your will…
Depending on where on the status bar you begin dragging down, the corresponding tab will be opened. For example:
- Start dragging down from the left side of the screen and the ‘Today’ tab will be opened
- Start dragging down from the middle of the screen and the ‘All’ tab will be opened
- Start dragging down from the right side of the screen and the ‘Missed’ tab will be opened
The tweak is configurable via the Settings.app and it features a mode that always opens Notification Center to a default tab or one that always opens ‘Today’ view if there are no pending notifications.
NCObey is available for free in Cydia via BigBoss repo…