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Cydia Tweak: Do You Like This But Not That In iOS 7? Then Put HideMe7 To Use

Cydia Tweak: Do You Like This But Not That In iOS 7? Then Put HideMe7 To Use

January 23, 2014

If you like iOS 7’s updated Notification Center but not its Lock screen, or its icon badges but not the battery icon, then you need HideMe7. This new $0.99 jailbreak tweak lets users tailor Apple’s latest mobile OS to their personal taste by enabling a certain number of its changes, while disabling others.

Once you’ve got HideMe7 installed, you’ll find a new preferences pane added in the Settings app, and here the jailbreak tweak’s many toggles can be found. Developer CPDigitalDarkroom has grouped them by iOS area or app, which is useful. For example, as you can see below, all of the Lock screen’s iOS 7 alterations can be enabled or disabled from one single section of HideMe7, and the same goes for the operating system’s springboard, status bar, Messages app, and Control Center.

CPDigitalDarkroom calls HideMe7 “a one-stop-shop for hiding UI elements without the need to have half a dozen different tweaks installed,” and this is definitely the case. HideMe7 allows users to enable or disable a vast number of user interface (UI) elements, and managing everything from the one jailbreak tweak is much easier than installing countless different packages.

If you’re not enjoying the iOS 7 experience, it could be HideMe7 is worth the $0.99 investment. No other package out there provides this kind of OS user customization, and there’s no better way of hand picking the new iOS 7 features you love while disabling those which aren’t so pleasing.

As mentioned, HideMe7 can be downloaded in the Cydia Store for $0.99.

For more iOS 7-compatible jailbreak tweaks, be sure to check our our recent article, AppAdvice’s Top 10 Free Jailbreak Tweaks For iOS 7 Devices.

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