A Mac OS X-style Dock for the iPhone debuts

A Mac OS X-style Dock for the iPhone debuts

Today a beautiful little present appeared in Installer.app (the best method for finding and installing native iPhone applications): a Dock for the iPhone. Dubbed, appropriately "Dock," the modification swaps the bottom four icons on the iPhone's "SpringBoard (the home screen) for an application launcher that can be slid back and forth to reveal a much deeper repetoire of applications. To install Dock, use our guide for Installer.app, then choose to install "Dock" from the "System" category. You might need to update Installer.app before it will appear.

Of course, other application launchers and organizers for the iPhone have been extant for some time, but none nearly as elegant as "Dock." Now we just need at least five truly useful native iPhone applications...

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