If you’re the kind of iOS device owner who uses folders to organize your iOS apps, then a new jailbreak tweak called TinyGrid+ could be of interest. This simple package lets users choose precisely how folder icons appear, all from a dedicated preferences pane that’s added to the built-in Settings app.
You can pick up TinyGrid+ for $0.99 in the Cydia Store, and it’s optimized for iOS 7 and ARM64-devices. Over in the package’s preferences pane, users can configure exactly how iOS app folder icons appear: there’s the option to customize the number of apps in each column and row, and sliders for background alpha, icon size, and icon spacing are included, too.
It’s also possible to enable or disable the jailbreak tweak outright from the Settings application.
TinyGrid+ is useful since it can provide more detailed at-a-glance information on the contents of any given folder. Though Apple’s iOS limits the number of apps in a folder icon grid to nine (three by three), TinyGrid+ lets users decrease this to just one app, or – more usefully – increase the number to 25 (five by five).
As you might expect, TinyGrid+ does require users to respring their iOS device each time a change to their folder icons is made, and this is an inconvenience. But this minor qualm aside, TinyGrid+ is otherwise an impressive, useful jailbreak tweak that certain iOS device users will enjoy.
You can download TinyGrid+ for $0.99 in the Cydia Store, and as mentioned, it’s optimized for iOS 7 and ARM64-devices.
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