Jailbreakers who enjoy theming and adding their own personal splash of color to the native iOS user interface to make it distinguishable from the crowd won’t want to pass up on a newly released and free jailbreak tweak called ColorMeCC by iOS developer MrGcGamer.

As you might’ve inferred from the tweak’s name and the aforementioned context, ColorMeCC lets you colorize the Control Center interface in ways that aren’t possible on a stock device. The tweak incorporates a plethora of options for personalizing the Control Center interface, as you’re about to see.

Once installed, ColorMeCC puts a dedicated preference pane in the Settings app where you can configure the tweak to your liking:

Here, you’re able to:

  • Toggle ColorMeCC on or off on demand
  • Choose whether the modules will be colorized with outlines, full color, or both
  • Choose whether media controls will be colored by the Now Playing artwork or with a custom color
  • Toggle background coloring on or off on demand
  • Configure a preferred background color
  • Configure Module coloring:
    • Body color
    • Full alpha level
    • Outline color
    • Outline color alpha level
    • Outline thickness
  • Configure Outline coloring:
    • Outline color
    • Outline color alpha level
    • Outline thickness
  • Configure Full Color coloring:
    • Body color
    • Full color alpha level

The developer includes a Respring button at the top right of the preference pane that lets you save any changes you make on demand.

Colorization isn’t everyone’s forte, but if you like the idea of making your iPhone different than everyone else’s, then ColorMeCC is a great place to start. The tweak is available for free from the Packix repository and supports all jailbroken iOS 13 devices.

How will you colorize your Control Center interface with ColorMeCC? Share in the comments.