Want a way to change up the look of the Settings app icons without WinterBoard? Then you might want to give CircleIcons a try, a new jailbreak tweak that masks the icons in the Settings app with a circle shape sans WinterBoard. CircleIcons is a lightweight and fun tweak to modify the look of the Settings app without taking it to extremes.
After installing CircleIcons, the tweak should begin working immediately, as it is switched on by default. However, there is a preference panel for the CircleIcons in the Settings app that lets you quickly venture back to the default rounded-square look. There’s also another option that allows you to completely omit the presence of icons altogether.
The cool thing about CircleIcons, which is demonstrated in the video above, is that the icons will update dynamically when switching between the circle icons and the default icons; no resprings are required. You’ll only need to respring when using the switch that completely disables icons, and you won’t even need to respring when enabling the icons again.
CircleIcons is a fun tweak that’s free on Cydia’s BigBoss repo. I really like the look of having circular icons in iOS’ Settings, and I think you may as well. What do you think?