SiriLaunch For iPhone, Launches Siri From iOS Notification Center – Download Now
Several third-party jailbreak tweaks available now from Cydia store, amongst them SiriLaunch is another one that adds shortcut for Siri in Notification Center. Means you can launch Siri directly from your iOS Notification Center. Details after this jump!
SiriLaunch for iPhone is a Cydia tweak developed by Jude Jean-Pierre, without any new commands, it gets the best out of Apple’s Notification hub. Which was considered as a significant correction for an obvious defect in iOS.
Using SiriLaunch tweak you can easily enable or disable the Notification Center shortcut for Siri and move it to any other position on the x-axis via Settings -> SiriLaunch.
So, the Jailbreak tweak allows you launch Siri simply by swiping down on the status bar from any app and tapping on the Siri button at the bottom left corner. Not only that, SiriLaunch allows you to access the Voice-activated application simply by swiping the status bar downward.
While this cydia tweak “SiriLaunch” only works with the iPhone 4S (Jailbroken already). Don’t own it, then you need Spire to authenticate data from 4S device.
Once installed, there are no configurable options, so if you wish to remove it from your Notification Center, you’ll need to uninstall it via Cydia.
Once downloaded and installed, the Siri mic icon will sit seamlessly in the bottom left corner of your Notification Center silently, solving an annoying defect that users needed to eliminate.
Its available from the BigBoss repository as a default in your list of sources providing you haven’t manually delete it.
In order to install Sirilaunch you have to jailbreak your iPhone 4S by using Absinthe jailbreak tool and for Non-iPhone 4S Devices below are the guides to follow.
For jailbreaking iPhone 4S and iPad 2, just follow our complete guide posted here to jailbreak iOS 5.0.1 using Absinthe Windows or Mac. For A4 devices you can follow our complete step by step guide posted here to jailbreak iOS 5.0.1 untethered on iPhone 4, 3GS, iPad 1, and iPod touch 3G/4G using Redsn0w or Sn0wbreeze.