Abstergo is a highly-anticipated jailbreak tweak for iOS 6 that has been in development for over one year and officially launched on Cydia just hours ago, greatly improving how the iOS notification system functions. The tweak, developed by Andrew Richardson and Joshua Tucker, has a number of different features that makes handling notifications on your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad easier.
Most notable are a clear all notifications banner that can be dragged down on the lock screen, plus the ability to set reminders on notifications within the lock screen or Messages app. With reminders, notifications can be delayed for specific durations, varying from just five minutes later to an entirely different day. Abstergo is also compatible with the Emblem tweak on iPad, meaning that you can set reminders from notifications that show up in a Growl-like banner style in the top-right corner.
Abstergo joins the ranks of Auxo and Velox as one of the top jailbreak tweaks out there, available for $1.99 on Cydia on the BigBoss repository. If you still haven’t jailbroken your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch running iOS 6, be sure to follow our official how-to guide. With tweaks as great as these, the incentive to jailbreak is higher than ever before. Let us know what you think of Abstergo in the comments.