A brand new Cydia tweak developed by hacker, YeahWangy, for jailbroken devices called AnyReminder has just come out that alters the remind me later iOS feature. Basically, what the remind me later feature would do normally is allow reminders for call, but calls only. With the Anyreminder tweak, you can now extend this functionality to Safari, mail, messages and also the lock screen notifications.

The default remind me later function is a good one for when you miss calls and need to return them. With out question, a feature that should be included. Why they didn’t include this feature to stretch out further past phone calls I’m not sure. Thankfully, though, with the AnyReminder tweak you no longer need to worry about such issues. To be able to set reminder for not only text messages, but also mail, Safari and lock screen notifications is a great idea for a Cydia tweak and should become quite popular in the jailbreaking community to use.



 Once you have headed over to Cydia to install AnyReminder, you will need to set it up. To do this, simply boot up on the iPhone and on the lock screen will be an option for you to present the menu when launching. if you don’t want it running on all of the options this can be done too. Instead of launching it from the lock screen, simply turn it on manually for the apps you would like to use it on from the street share.

As I mentioned earlier to get your hands on it, just head over to the Cydia store and the BigBoss Repo where it can be downloaded for a fee of $1.99.

Scrolling through some of the comments left by people who have got the tweak already, it seems there are a few bugs that need fixing. That said, it is fine to use as is and has received generally positive review.

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