6 Best Cydia Tweaks to Customize the Style of Your iOS Devices

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6 Best Cydia Tweaks to Customize the Style of Your iOS Devices

Postby Grace Liu » 30 Mar 2017 14:42

Here are some of my favorite Cydia tweaks to partially customize the interface of your iOS device.

1. Futurelock
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FutureLock provides two widgets with content that you most likely to care most about, the Weather forecast and calendar.
If you are looking for something to replace your boring iOS lock screen, FutureLock is the right option. Jailbroken users can purchase it from Cydia’s BigBoss repo for just $2.50.

2. Browsix
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There are a lot of benefits that a floating browser provide. Which means you can move it around anywhere you want and still continue to use your previous application while browsing it.

You can also open in-app links (such as links from WhatsApp, Notes, etc.) just by clicking on the link and it will open Browsix without leaving the current app.

3. AniBanner
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The tweak lets you add cool effects and beautiful animations to the banner of your notifications. All options are available for configurations from your Settings app.

4. SystemWide
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SystemWide is a new customization tweak for iOS 8 and 9. It allows you to adjust the colors of any UI elements, turning the interface into your liking.

5. BootScreenCustomization
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As you may of know, customizing the elements on your iPhone or iPad is limited, especially when it comes to their traditional boot logo and background colors that appear to users every time a restart is done.

You can download it from Cydia’s BigBoss repo for free. I tested this on iOS 9, and it works perfectly fine.

6. TapTap Statusbar
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The status bar on our iOS devices is by far one of the most important features. It let users know whether they are connected to a Wi-Fi network or cellular data, display the current time, and battery level.

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