DisturbMeLater lets you set timer for turning off Do Not Disturb mode

DisturbMeLater tweak

Do Not Disturb is one of the most underrated features of iOS that allows users to simply put their iPhone into a ‘Do Not Disturb’ mode, meaning you won’t get calls or alerts when this mode is turned on. The best thing about this feature is that you can schedule it on your device, so if you don’t want to be disturbed, for example while you are sleeping at night then you can configure it by specifying the time.

A new Cydia tweak called DisturbMeLater takes scheduling of Do Not Disturb mode a step further by enabling users to conveniently set timer for when they want to automatically turn this mode off. To enable the mode and start the timer all you have to do is pull up the Control Center and long tap on the dedicated DND toggle. Once you do that a pop up will appear allowing you to specify time when you want the mode to be disabled. The tweak also shows the backwards counter indicating how much time is remaining after which Do Not Disturb will be turned off on Control Center.

When you have set the timer you can change it by long tapping again or disable the DND mode manually by simply tapping on the toggle as you would normally do.

DisturbMeLater is a useful hack that is a must have for those who actually use this iOS feature on their iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. You can grab this tweak from Cydia for free from the BigBoss repo.

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