AssistiveTouch inspired menu into the Reachability window
Assistability is a multitasking tweak that places an AssistiveTouch inspired menu into the Reachability window, making functional use of the space. Assistability can be accessed from anywhere by using the Reachability gesture and has a section for favorite apps that you can choose (up to 6), a section for power options (respring, reboot etc), as well as 4 extra buttons that you can choose the actions for. I have included some of the more useful AssistiveTouch actions for people who want to use them without having AssistiveTouch active. I will be adding more actions as I go and will take suggestions too. You can choose to have the menu pull down from the top like the factory reachability, or choose to have the menu push up from the bottom of the screen for easier use. I have also included the option to enable Assistability on iPads that have TouchID but do not come from the factory allowed to use Reachability. There are a few more customizable options, you can hide the window grabber, adjust the height of the menu window, and you can adjust the timeout setting that closes the window when inactive.
This is for iOS 13. For iOS 12 use Assistability12