By default, iOS uses fairly minimalistic sliding transitions when moving back and forth between panels in many applications, including the built-in System Preferences App. PagePusher replaces that with a page-turning effect, which you may either find beautiful or incredibly annoying.
This tweak was developed by Ryan Petrich, an Edmonton, Canada-based developer, as part of Tweak Week, a series of daily open-source tweak releases. Ryan has worked on several other iOS tweaks in the past, as well as full-fledged apps, including Overboard, which allows users to look at all their home screens at a glance; Display Recorder, a screen recorder for iOS that outputs high-quality video; and DisplayOut, which allows users to mirror their iDevice screen onto projectors larger monitors using Apple’s own HDMI, VGA, Component or Composite adapters. Continue reading »