Dale transparency tab bars and navigation MinimalisticUI (jailbreak)

If you long for a way to maximize the display space provided by the screen of your iOS device, we present a new jailbreak tweak called MinimalisticUI.

The tweak allows you to adjust transparency, among other things, bars and navigation tabs disappear partially to scroll up and down.

This effect is observed especially in applications that require a longer than others, such as the App Store, Safari and even shift the setup application.

Then we will show an animated GIF transparency that takes place in the navigation bar and tab bar when you scroll through the screen:

A similar effect can be seen in Safari:

MinimalisticUI includes a preference pane that is accessible through the Settings application and allows you to configure minimalist you want to be the user interface.

The main adjustments are separated from the rest of Safari and iOS, so you can set each item separately to behave differently. We recommend using a transparency of 50% for the navigation bar. And it is even better when combined with a transparency of 75% in the tab bar.

You will see that the jailbreak tweak also has various options to be active throughout the system, allowing an alternative style.

No need to respring to save the changes made in the tweak, but it is recommended that you close all your apps in the App Switcher whenever you make changes MinimalisticUI so that they are not lost.

MinimalisticUI is a simple tweak to use, that is to the point and does what it promises, giving users a better browsing experience.

If you are interested in trying MinimalisticUI, you can download it for free on your iOS device 9 jailbreak from the BigBoss Cydia repository.

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