For those of you who don’t think Apple got Control Center quite right in iOS 7, three recent additions to the Cydia Store promise to help.
The first is CCLoader (pictured above). Once downloaded and installed, this free jailbreak tweak allows iDevice users to reorder and even disable Control Center buttons without having to respring their handset.
There’s a dedicated pane added to the Settings app, and here users can configure enabled and disabled Control Center sections; plus, because this is an open source jailbreak tweak, further add-ons for CCLoader could reach the Cydia Store in the near future.
CCLoader can be downloaded free of charge in the Cydia Store, and it’s optimized for ARM64-iDevices.
The next Control Center jailbreak tweak we noticed appear in the Cydia Store is CC Deseparator. Its name might not sound like a particularly impressive package, but once installed, users can have their iDevice’s Control Center lose its separator lines, as in the below image.
CC Deseparator will be enabled as soon as users download the free jailbreak tweak, and disabling the jailbreak tweak is as simple as removing the package from the Cydia app.
You can download CC Deseparator in the Cydia Store, and it’s also available free of charge (and is optimized for ARM64-iDevices).
Last on our list of new, impressive Control Center jailbreak tweaks is CCNowPlaying, a new package which adds a “Now Playing” shortcut to Control Center. Touching this icon allows users to share the music they’re presently listening to using a number of different social networks.
In the Settings app, users can choose which social networks are hooked up to the jailbreak tweak, and options include Twitter, Facebook, Sina Weibo, and Tencent Weibo.
CCNowPlaying can also be downloaded free of charge in the Cydia Store, and this, too, is optimized for ARM64-iDevices such as the iPhone 5s.
Which Control Center jailbreak tweak is your favorite?
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