Magnifier App Enabler adds Magnifier App to the Home Screen like iOS 15
All iPhones have a magnifying interface that can enlarge things for the hard at seeing. We can consider it a handy feature, especially for people with visual impairments. If necessary, it is helpful for everyone to take a closer look at the subtle text. On iOS 14 and earlier operating systems, the Magnifier interface can be accessed via accessibility using the Control Center or a manually added Home Screen icon. However, with iOS 15, the Magnifier interface starts as a single app from the home screen.
iOS developer Tomasz Poliszuk has released a new and free jailbreak tweak called Magnifier App Enabler, which gives you easy access to the Magnifier app. The tweak enables the hidden home screen application icon for the native iOS Magnifier interface. It allows you to access it from the home screen instead of the Control Center.
After installation, the icon will automatically appear on the home screen. If not, you will need to tap and drag the app icon to your home screen by searching for the spotlight for “Magnifier.” However, you do not need the Magnifier App Enabler to do this on a stock device, as you can enable the Magnifier app from your iPhone’s Accessibility settings.
The developer does not provide any configuration options for the tweak because it is designed for this sole purpose.
Download Magnifier App Enabler for iOs 14
Those who want to try out the Magnifier App Enabler can download the free tweak from the BigBoss Repository. This tweak supports iOS 10 to iOS 14 devices. Also, it is open-source on the developer’s GitHub page.
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