CCSmoothSlider Before and After

If you’re interested in giving the display brightness and volume sliders from Control Center a new look and feel on your jailbroken device, then a new free jailbreak tweak dubbed CCSmoothSlider might be worth checking out.

This tweak does away with the dated look of the stock slider bars and round grabbers in Control Center and brings a flatter look to these adjustment mechanisms, which resemble progress bars instead.

You can customize the text in the center of each of the bars, configure custom fill and text colors for them, and more.

After you install the tweak, you can head over to Settings โ†’ CCSmoothSlider and configure all kinds of settings to complete the look you want:

CCSmoothSlider Prefs

In addition to changing up colors and customizing text fields, you can also hide or show the slider percentage, adjust the rounded corner radius of the progress bars, and change the sensitivity of the sliders as your fingers swipe on them.

All of the settings are configured individually for each slider, so you can have two of the same looking sliders, or you can set them up to look different from one another.

A respring button is also included at the bottom of the preferences pane so you can save the changes as you make them.

To give CCSmoothSlider a try, head over to Cydia’s BigBoss repository where you’ll be able to download this tweak on your jailbroken device for free.

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    • Mike M. Powell

      What he/she said

  • Agneev Mukherjee

    Qualifies for a tweak, but removes that classy feeling from iOS.

    • Diego Milano

      Haha, seriously, I think this would be suitable for good old blind grandma. ๐Ÿ˜›

      • Agneev Mukherjee

        I highly doubt she would get past the lock screen.

  • Agneev Mukherjee

    BTW, please unpin the iPhone 7 cases post from iDB homepage.

  • Another useless tweak. This just makes your control center ugly.

    • Diego Milano

      Honestly, Control Center IS ugly as it is by default, this just makes it even more gross. ๐Ÿ™‚

      • John Smith

        I wish they kept the iOS 7 Control Center, the way it captured the environment was awesome, but too many people complained of feeling sick (probably because they were using it while driving), resulting in worse UI.

      • Diego Milano

        I can’t remember iOS 7 Control Center, but what was that different than the current one? From a functionality and aesthetics standooint, not much has changed. I’ve always tweaked it. In fact, I’ve always used to use Auxo until it was no longer updated and I got used to the stock iOS 9+ Switcher.
        There are really so many areas Apple needs to improve…

  • Damian

    This is ugly

  • Bradley Hines

    I installed the tweak the the second it came out and it may not look the best but wow this tweak is amazingly accurate and works way better then the default sliders because I can adjust the brightness/volume easier and faster from any place on the line. Plus it shows percentages which I like. Nice tweak.

    • Diego Milano

      That’s exactly (and the only reason) why this tweak was developed, cause honestly the aesthetics are… well, you can guess for yourself. xD