CallBar v2 Update Adds iOS 6 Support And Siri Integration

CallBar v2 Update Adds iOS 6 Support And Siri Integration – iOS may be closed and less-customizable but those hordes of tweaks in Cydia make up for it if you have a jailbroken iPhone. For example, Apple’s default phone app available on the iPhone 5 is great and really smooth but still it is missing some features and that can only be fixed by another tweak or app. CallBar is another awesome tweak that allows you to increase the functionality of your Phone app and add a ton of new features, and with its latest update, CallBar v2, it now supports iOS 6 as well as some new additional features.

CallBar v2 Update Adds iOS 6 Support And Siri Integration

CallBar v2 is now a lot smoother as well as more bug-free. One thing you will like is that the new features that CallBar v2 brings in iOS 6 are also available for the iOS 5 version of the app so those people who still haven’t updated won’t be missing out. The main features in this tweak is the the “back to iOS 5? phone call feature.

Here is a list of the things this tweak can do,

  • New call back options added to the lock screen
  • CallBar integration with Siri for initiating phone calls and Bluetooth headsets
  • Tap-To-Answer
  • Color options for the in-place dialer

CallBar v2 is available in Cydia Store for a reasonable $3.99 while old CallBar users can get it as a free upgrade. So, what are you waiting for now? Head over to Cydia Store and grab this amazing tweak for your iPhone.


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