by Dom Esposito
May 5, 2013
There’s no doubt that toolbars and title bars within apps can sometimes be helpful, but in my opinion, they just take up unnecessary space on the screen. Luckily, there’s a new Cydia tweak that will give you the best of both worlds. FullScroll is a new tweak created by Ryan Petrich that intelligently hides the title bar and toolbar within an app, but only when you scroll. Once installed, you’ll find options within the Settings app to specify which apps will use FullScroll. You can set up each app on your device differently. The settings allow you to choose between “hide title bar only,” hide toolbar and title bar,” or “standard iOS scrolling.” Once you’ve selected a setting for each app you’d like to use FullScroll with, you’ll be able to see the changes immediately. While scrolling down within an app, you’ll notice that the toolbar or title bar will be pushed out of the way to give you more screen space. If you’d like to bring the bars back, simply scroll up and they will reappear. Check out our video overview below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhP3PdxfTeM
If you can’t see the above video, please click this link.This is a great tweak, and in my opinion, it should be a native part of iOS. Currently, FullScroll is available in the BigBoss repository for free. Check it out and let us know what you think in the comments. For other great Cydia tweaks check out: Velox Takes App Interaction And Notifications To Another Level, You Must Play The Right Tune To Unlock Your Device With Piano Passcode, and LockBar Settings Adds A Hidden Set Of Toggles To The Lock Screen.