Do you want to enable WebGL in iOS platform, to let the browser perform better? Since the iOS 5.1.1 can be successfully jailbroken, enable WebGL on iOS becomes more easy.
WebGL Enabler is a iOS app allows you to enable WebGL on iOS devices, to let UIWebView supports WebGL, this means the original Safari browser supports WebGL, others UIWebView based third-party browsers also support WebGL.
Theory, the software supports all iOS devices running iOS 4.2 or later. The following hardware environment have been tested and can be successfully installed. We strongly recommend you install it on iOS 5.x.
iPad 2 – iOS 5.0.1
iPad 3 WiFi-only – iOS 5.1.1
iPhone 4S – iOS 5.1.1
Note: Your device must be successfully jailbroken.
WebGL Enabler Changelog
- Added preferences pane to allow enabling/disabling WebGL
- Initial build of WebGL enabler
- Download WebGL Enabler (deb format).
- Ensure that your device has been successfully jailbroken, and installed the Cydia.
- Install MobileSubstrate Cydia.
- Install OpenSSH and confirm your device’s IP (more details and guidance within Cydia).
- Use SCP (recommended WinSCP) to send the WebGL Enabler installation package (deb format) downloaded to the device “/var/root/media/Cydia/AutoInstall” .
- Reboot your device, Cydia will automatically install the WebGL Enabler.
- Well, the installation is complete, you can browse the WebGL page in the Safari browser!