Thanks to the empty space Apple has left in the Reachability mode of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, we have seen some really creative tweaks that try take advantage of this area and make it useful. Joining the list of Reachability tweaks is Camerability, which as its name suggests puts a camera view in iPhone’s Reachability screen. With this tweak you can access camera from anywhere on iOS and take photos or record videos in a few taps.
How this works is pretty simple, all you have to do is activate the Reachability mode on your device and then to take a photo tap anywhere on the camera view. You can also start video recording by performing a long hold gesture on the camera view. To stop recording you have to perform the same gesture again. Front and back cameras can be switched by tapping on the camera view with two fingers.
There are several settings that you can configure for this tweak that includes setting a default camera, turning on flash for both photo and video recording, changing the quality of media and more. The tweak offers quite a few customization options that you can set according to your needs.
You can download Camerability tweak from Cydia for $1.49. It works with all versions of iOS 8.