Cydia houses a lot of jailbreak tweaks in its collection, and there are a lot of jailbreak apps for a lot of purposes. And when talking about the number of tweaks for any particular function of iOS, tweaks for Control Centre are available in abundance. There are a lot of jailbreak tweaks and apps that offer several customization options for the Control Centre. They bring some new functionality to the phone or just replace the whole stock Control Centre with a new and better one. Such tweaks work across all iPads and iPhones and offer great exploration options to budding jailbreak fans.
Image : Eucnide – Control Center Customizations
One of such Control Centre tweaks is Eucnide. This is not a free tweak, but it is worth every cent spent. The tweak offers great customization options that seems to bring together the features of a lot of tweaks into one. So let’s see what Eucnide offers.
- The Eucnide tweak basically rearranges the elements of the Control Center to give it a fresh look. A good thing about Eucnide is that it works with other customization tweaks like Polus, Auxo LE, and FlipControlCenter without any interference. This means that you can use the aforementioned tweaks along with Eucnide, so you get to use the functions of Eucnide and its looks without losing the features of those other tweaks.
- The App Switcher in Eucnide can be invoked by swiping up on the Control Centre, and the App Switcher comes with app previews too. You can kill the apps with a double tap, and you can open them with a tap. The task switcher looks gorgeous too and goes very well with the behaviour and appearance of Eucnide.
- Swiping up on the App Switcher gives you access to the music control pane, which makes it easy to control the music. There are all the options like skip, pause, play, etc.
After installing the Eucnide tweak, you get a lot of customization options to play around with the tweak. For just a couple of dollars, Eucnide is a must-try tweak if you like using Control Centre tweaks. No, it does not change the looks completely, but it takes the existing App Switcher and Control Centre and reorganizes it into something more interesting.