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One of the biggest complaints I hear levelled against Apple is that the company has chosen to bury important--and much used--settings under layers of menus. For example, take something as simple as switching Bluetooth or Wi-Fi off and on.
SBSettings changes this by putting the settings that you want close to hand.
The iOS task switcher—the little pane that pops up at the bottom of the screen when you double-tap the Home button—doesn't really do that much. But take the time to install Auxo and you are given access to a whole host of new and interesting features. For example, you can preview the app, delete it with a swipe of the finger, and even delete multiple apps simultaneously by using multiple fingers.
Auxo also gives you access to improved media playback controls, as well as access to system controls such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and brightness.