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Vibrato

Everyone that have installed haptic feedback tweaks on their devices are unanimous : it's hard to be live without them again. However I wasnt satisfied with the current solutions so I decided to just release my own tweak with customization in mind. This is how Vibrato came to life :).
Vibrato is a brand new tweak that allow you to set haptic feedbacks on a large number of iOS parts from keyboard to phone calls for example. It support Taptic / Haptic feedbacks as well as classical vibration for those of you that don't own a recent device !

Here is the description of the application :

Feel more your device by making it vibrate!

Compatible from iOS 9, Vibrato allow you to add haptic feedbacks (for device that support it so from iPhone 7) to supported area. At the moment, these are the supported iOS parts :

- Keyboard
- Lock / Opening Notification Center / Respring
- Unlock / Dismissing notification center
- Icons click
- Home button
- Power button
- Volume buttons
- Power down screen
- Call events
- ... And many more planned!
It also support setting different style of feedback (only for haptic devices aka iPhone 7 and up for now).
Do you know the best ? It doesn't need any respring for the changes to take effect !
If you want more iOS parts to be supported simply send me a DM in Twitter ;)
Please note : for iPhone 6s users, Taptic feedback will be triggered. For other devices with classical vibration engine, simple vibration will be triggered.

Enjoy !

Here are the screenshots of the application :

How to get Vibrato ?

Simply head over to your favorite package manager, add Packix source, go to the "Search" tab and tap "Vibrato". You can also click the button bellow to open the Vibrato description's page in your web browser.

!!! IMPORTANT NOTE !!!

Please do not download Vibrato from a pirate repo as it could contain malware that could force you to restore your device for example ! By not doing this, you will also contribute to future development, which is greatly appreciated :)

Go to the Vibrato's page in Packix