So, I've been growing tired of my iPhone solely because it's a hassle to get from A to B. See, to switch applications I need to either: Click the home button Click the home button again Choose app from switcher or Click the home button Slide to the correct SpringBoard page Choose app notice how step two could be 3 pages or more. Also, I'm almost disgusted with the notifications system in iOS. It's turned stale and very monolithic. It pauses movies to tell me my "GodFinger mana is overflowing," it stops games to tell me someone commented on my facebook picture, etc. This is tiring and ugly. See, the iOS was developed for a single page, non-multitasking interface. It's all just tacked onto the original OS 1.x which was one page. This is the opposite of eloquent and user friendly. So, what can we do about that, seeing as with the world of jailbreaks, we can do anything! My current setup is Notified Pro and Notification bar set up to work when i slide my finger downwards from the status bar. This provides a very Android-esque solution and is very clean. So, when I'm playing a game, now a tiny little notification pops up on the side. Also, if I want to read more, I just slide down from the top. It couldn't be simpler. Now, to fix the multitasking problem, I opened Activator and set slide up from the bottom of the screen to app switcher. Now, to bring up the application switcher, all i do is slide up. It's intuitive because the screen moves with your finger, more or less. Anyone else have any tips?