by Dom Esposito
February 12, 2014
Are you tired of having a bland keyboard on your iOS 7 device? Well, a new Cydia tweak called BlueBoard adds a blue theme to the keyboard keys throughout iOS 7. BlueBoard won't change a lot, but it's just enough to liven up the keyboard. Once installed, you'll need to launch the Settings app to enable the tweak and respring the device. I'm not sure why it's necessary to have an entire preference pane dedicated to an enable switch, but it may be helpful to some people. Like I mentioned above, this tweak affects both types of keyboard present in iOS 7. When enabled, you'll end up with the standard light keyboard with blue keys or the dark keyboard with blue keys. If the color blue isn't for you, there are other tweaks that will offer a similar effect. Bloard is another simple (and free) tweak that will enable the dark iOS 7 keyboard system-wide. If you're looking for more custom colors, you may want to check out a complete iOS 7 colorizing tweak called Fancy. Currently, BlueBoard is available in the BigBoss repository for free and is compatible with iOS 7 or higher. For more jailbreak news, check out: How To Access A Dictionary, A Thesaurus And Wikipedia From Control Center, Add More Than 800 New Symbols To The iOS Keyboard With Vmoji 7, and Say Hello To Carla, A Good Looking Theme For iOS 7.