Apple has made tremendous changes in its multitasking experience in the past years. Earlier, the users would follow an iPhone-style app switcher on iPads but over the years that has been transformed into side-by-side apps which makes it easy to multitask on iPad. However, multitasking on the iPhone is still a complicated process and puts off a lot of iPhone users.
If you are one of those users who wish they could easily run multiple applications on their iPhone just like they do on Windows PC or Mac, then this newly released jailbreak tweak is perfect for you. Fuji is a free jailbreak tweak developed by iOS developer dcshyi that allows iPhone users to multitask easily. And it is quite easy to use Fuji as well.
All you need to do is do a 3D touch or a Haptic Touch gesture on your iPhone’s apps on the Home Screen. Once you do that, an option called FujiApp will be displayed to you. You need to click on this option to launch a multitasking window for the selected app which you can easily close, expand, or move on the display. This window is usually in a minimized state so it is easy to access your content on the display screen.
The tweak was based on the macOS window design because you will find colored window management buttons displayed on the top-left corner of the windows screen. The red button on the top closes the app while the yellow button can be used to minimize the app. Apart from these functions, you also have the ability to use the apps separately and can even move the app windows on the display screen to suit your needs.
One important thing to keep in mind is that the more windows you open, the slower your device will get. So, this jailbreak tweak will work better on the newer devices due to good resource allotment. When you install Fuji on your device, you will get a preference pane for this tweak in the Settings app that you can easily configure to suit your requirement.
Another important thing to keep in mind about Fuji is that it has a slight mishap. You can use Fuji only in portrait mode and not in landscape mode so a lot of users will be disappointed by this. However, if you happen to use the portrait mode, then the tweak will work perfectly fine and will get the main function done. Considering this is a free tweak, this small flaw is ignorable and doesn’t affect the efficiency of the tweak.
If you are interested in improving the multitasking experience on your iPhone, then you can download the Fuji tweak free of cost from the Twickd repository via your favorite package manager. This tweak is currently supported on jailbroken devices with iOS 13 and 14.
Are you planning to install Fuji for an amazing multitasking experience? If yes, do let us know in the comments and share with us your experience of using this tweak.