With the new jailbreak tweak called AppDye 2 You can easily change the colors of the various elements of the user interface on iOS in September.
With this tweak, you can color many parts of iOS Based on the color you choose or you can add color to your applications according to each application with individual color schemes. Among some of the things the tweak can change they are:
- Control center
- Notification center
- SMS chat bubbles
- Text of the status bar
- Buttons on the navigation bar
- Folders home screen
- And much more…
To give some examples, here we put some photos of Control Center, the status bar and keyboard:
The color change is less noticeable in many interfaces, but make a difference in others. For example, the changes are more subtle colors in the Settings application on the screen and start what would be the control center or the notification center.
In AppDye 2, there is a preference pane that is accessible through the Settings app, which lets you configure the colors individually for each interface element:
As you can see, the configuration is divided between the system and applications because the values that are changed on the tab system, affect the entire system iOS, while if parameter changes are made in the applications tab, these affect only the application you choose.
As for colors, you can literally take any color since a switch instead of a default list, where you can drag your finger to find your favorite shade is provided.
Also, tweak includes a feature to color your apps automatically based on the dominant color application icon.
If you are interested in AppDye 2 you can download from Cydia BigBoss repository for $ 1.99. As a bonus, if you already have the original AppDye tweak, then AppDye 2 is available at a discount of $ 0.50 by $ 1.49.