Looking for an interesting way to customize your iPhone’s springboard? CustomGrid is the latest such jailbreak tweak that allows you to do just that.

As its name alludes to, CustomGrid allows you to customize the SpringBoard’s grid on your iPhone’s Home screen.

The stock SpringBoard grid is very simple and easy on the eyes at 4×4, not including the dock app icons. With CustomGrid, you can get downright ridiculous with a 12×12 grid if you’re feeling particularly froggy. Full video details on the app icon madness inside…

While a tweak like CustomGrid does certainly serve a purpose, its purpose is best served when combined with other tweaks like Bigify+, etc.

Sure, you can make an insanely out of proportion grid of app icons, but it’s not very functional without adjusting the properties of the app icons themselves, namely their size.

CustomGrid isn’t capable of doing this, that’s why I think you’re better off using it in tandem with another tweak that can alter the physical properties of your app icons.

If your iPhone is jailbroken, CustomGrid is available on Cydia for $0.99 in the BigBoss repo.

Have you tried it yet, what do you think about it?