Picture-in-Picture Style Multitasking For iOS 7 By Ryan Petrich

Real Time Multitasking is something that is demanded by all the users, whether they are using Android or iOS, we have seen or according to my Friends, Multitasking in Symbian Devices and after that no one was able to provide such experience again. For all the iOS 7 users, there is a good news, Ryan Petrich, a famous Jailbreak Developer has been working on a Real multi-app, a Multitasking app for iOS 7 and he got our attention after the release of the Teaser Video, which is full of excitement indeed.

Ryan Petrich is one of the biggest names in Jailbreak world and with good reasons. He has been involved in some of the best Jailbreak Tweaks with VideoPan being the best among all. For those who don’t know about VideoPan, it allows users to watch online videos without any restrain. It means that a user open a Video using Youtube App and then ‘Undocked’ allowing video to continue play even if the user go off or surfing the web within safari. The video continues to play on the top of whatever is going on beneath.


Now it looks like Ryan Petrich is taking this app to a whole new level and applying it to the world of app multitasking. A video has been posted on Youtube showing the early version of this tweak. It has currently working, but Petrich says that it will need some time before it is ready for prime time.

Being able to use multiple apps without minimizing the app is something that people have been dreaming about since the introduction of Smartphones or Media Phones. Smasung has somehow reached it by introducing Multi Window concept in their Smartphones and Personally I liked it a lot,despite I do not use it much. While on iOS since there is no Multitasking app available and by default there is no way to start Multitsking in iOS, this app will sure to bring much popularity and Positive.

Now there is no news about what time or date will it hit the Cydia Store, till then watch the video again and again and keep the Exciting level to max.

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