CCPlus Cydia Tweak: Colorize, Hide and Customize Control Center
CCPlus iOS 11.1.2 available for iPhone…
After jailbreaking your first job would be finding best relative tweaks and customise your iPhone. Today, I’m gonna tell you something about CCPlus that allows users to customise control center.
iPhone looks perfect with Control Center and Notification Center. Apple is discovering more and more new things for iOS. Recently, they’ve added feature of Lock Screen which can add some useful widgets too.
Anyway, we’re here to talk about discussing a new tweak which is known as CCPlus. It’s developed by Skitty and uploaded on BigBoss repo. CCPlus free version available so to use it, you won’t need to spend any money. This is really great part of jailbreak tweaks that they’re free, I mean most of free except some paid Cydia apps.
If you’re tech savvy who wanna customise your control center, CCPlus tweak is best for you. You can hide or change some elements of Control Center using this tweak. Even if you don’t wanna grey back ground colour of your Control Center, then you can colorize it with the help of CCPlus Cydia tweak.
There are many options available for second page, I mean the second page of your iOS 11.1.2 control center that contains music options. You can colorize many things there too.
When you successfully installed the tweak, CCPlus settings pane would be added to the Settings app where you’d have all the options to configure for your Control Center. The first option would allow you to enable or disable the tweak any time you want.
You can then customise blur settings, Tint colour, you can choose music artwork color and many other settings along with it.
I personally installed the tweak to hide Night Shift and Airdrop options from Control Center. So, you can hide Overlay, dots and even AirDrop and Night Shift options too.
CCPlus iOS 11.1.2 can be installed completely free from BigBoss repository, where you can get other details too such as compatibility and installation instructions.
If you’ve anything else to ask, please comment…