If you were a fan of FullForce, for stretching iPhone/iPod touch apps to fit the iPad’s large display, then check out a new jailbreak tweak called FullForce for iPhone by iOS hacker and developer Ryan Petrich. With it, you can stretch iPhone 4/4S apps to fit the iPhone 5 and iPod touch 5G’s four-inch display, as shown above.
As shown, the appearance of the stretched application looks native, so you really won’t even notice that a jailbreak tweak is working in the background to stretch your applications. The appearance of the black letterboxes in applications on the iPhone 5 is plain ugly, and FullForce for iPhone will give your iPhone 5 the treatment of good-looking apps that it deserves.
When you’re about to open an application that doesn’t support the iPhone 5 or iPod touch 5G’s four-inch display, FullForce for iPhone will alert you and let you enable FullForce for iPhone for the application that you’re about to open by tapping on the Apply button. If you tap on the Cancel button, the application will remain in its letterboxed view and you’ll have to configure it manually with FullForce for iPhone later:
If you want to configure the applications that will take advantage of FullForce for iPhone manually, just head over to the FullForce for iPhone preferences pane and turn on the applications you want to stretch to fit the four-inch display of the iPhone 5 or iPod touch 5G:
FullForce for iPhone can be had for just 99¢ in the BigBoss repository.