by Joe White
August 15, 2012
There are countless Notification Center-enhancing jailbreak tweaks, from MountainLionCenter to NCFullStatusBar. Now, an upcoming jailbreak tweak for the iPhone called "Bulletin Pro" has come to our attention, which allows users to resize Notification Center and banner notifications on their jailbroken smartphone, according to Jailbreak Nation. Once users have downloaded and installed Bulletin Pro on their jailbroken iDevice, jailbreakers can adjust their iPhone's Notification Center and banner notifications via a series of toggles within the Settings app. Though some preset sizes are practically unusable, others offer improvements on Notification Center, allowing users to see part of the Home screen or application that is running behind NC. Adjusting banner notifications, too, can be equally rewarding. Though if jailbreakers are looking to take more control over banner notifications on their jailbroken iDevice, be sure to also check out MiniBanners or CoverMeNot. Hopefully, Bulletin Pro should be available soon. Its developer has already submitted it to the Cydia Store, meaning it should be long until jailbreakers can install this jailbreak tweak on their iPhone or iPod touch. We'll let you know once Bulletin Pro launches in the Cydia Store. In the meantime, take a look at Jailbreak Nation's preview video of the jailbreak tweak, which we've embedded below.
(If you can't see the above video, please click this link.)Source: Jailbreak Nation