FullScroll hides the title bar when scrolling in third party apps


It seems like well-known jailbreak developer Ryan Petrich has been extremely busy as of late. Earlier today, we told you that his new Do Not Disturb tweak ‘Luna’ landed on Cydia. And now we’ve got another one to show you.

Have you ever noticed when scrolling in an app like Chrome or Facebook, the title bar (top of an app that contains text or buttons) disappears? It’s kind of cool, right? Well with FullScroll, you can make all of your apps do it…

FullScroll promises to give all of your third party applications a new “awesome fullscreen mode” by auto-hiding their navigation/toolbars when you’re scrolling. This only extends the display area a tiny bit, but it’s for sure noticeable.

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The tweak itself is pretty straightforward. Once installed, you’ll pop into your Settings app and open the FullScroll pane. Here you’ll see a list of all of your apps, each with 3 options: Hide Title Bar, Hide Toolbar and Title Bar, or none.

Changes take effect instantly, so no need to respring, and overall I found the tweak to work reliably. If you’re in the market for something like this, it’s definitely worth checking out. You can find FullScroll in the BigBoss repo, for free.

Have you tried FullScroll yet? What’d you think?