Live Photos is a brand new and iPhone 6s-only app that gives a new life into boring old static photography. It lives up to expectations by shoehorning the photograph in the middle of video that was taken right before and soon after the photograph itself is taken. The subsequent impact is a “live” photograph that takes a life on its own on your screen, giving some context to the current photograph.
One of my favorite features of the Photos app is the slideshow which transitions through each of your photos in an animated way and allows you to choose a background sound as well. If you’re bored of the current transition effects, you may want to check out a new jailbreak tweak known as Segue.
With Segue, you will be provided a larger range of transition effects to choose from, which the developer says are Apple’s documented and undocumented transition effects. The tweak provides over 11 new transition effects including:
- and much more
If you haven’t tried the Slideshow feature, you can do so by opening any photo from the Photos app and tap on the Share button at the bottom left corner. Read More...
There is a tweak on Cydia called HiddenSettings7 that allows you to gain access to the internal settings of Springboard and configure it. If you haven’t had enough of it, InternalPhotos is a new jailbreak tweak that allows you to gain access to the hidden settings for the Photos app.
It was first exposed by popular jailbreak developer Andrew Wiik on Twitter, but has now been developed by Poom Smart in the form of a tweak allowing you to easily get access to the secret settings. The tweak adds a settings cog icon to the Albums section of the Photos app where you can view the configurations. Read More...