Rumble, a popular iOS app that lets you unlock your smartphone with a simple tap, has finally been updated to version 4.0, which brings many new features.
Rumble, which is free, has been around for a few years now, and has become one of the most popular iOS apps to unlock a smartphone.
It has a similar user interface to Apple’s Quick Unlock feature, and allows users to add a custom sound to their phone.
But rumble is a more advanced app that allows you to unlock the phone using a series of gestures.
Here are the most useful functions you can use with rumbles new 4.x version:With the new rumble version, the app now lets you tap on the back of the phone and let it “rumble” to unlock it.
For the first time in rumble history, it now has a built-in “sensor bar”, which lets you know when the phone is being held by the device’s sensors, or if there’s an ambient light in the room.
You can now swipe up from the bottom of the screen to unlock an app with the same gesture.
You can also swipe up on the top of the display to select an app.
It also includes a new “touch to unlock” feature, which lets users unlock the iPhone using a touch on the screen, or the back.
This is great for those who often use the back or bottom of their phones to lock the phone, but also for those with large screens or those who want to use a device without a screen lock.
You’ll also be able to unlock with a swipe on the front, which you can do with either the home button or the power button.
You now have the ability to lock your phone by tapping the Home button on the iPhone.
You will also be shown a notification when your phone is locked.
This will prompt you to tap the Home or Power button to unlock.
Once you do, you will be asked to enter your password, which will unlock your phone.
You may also want to set a password for your account on the device.
This new feature also lets you enter a PIN code, which can be used to unlock or change a PIN.
It’s a bit confusing at first, but you’ll be able tap the home or power button once the app asks for your password.
If you can’t get it to unlock, tap the power or Home button again to get a confirmation.
If the password isn’t correct, it will return you to the home screen.