Customize several different facets of SpringBoard with the Iconer jailbreak tweak

Since the Home Screen is something that iPhone and iPad users interact with every time they pick up their device to use an app, it would make sense that users may want to customize it a whole lot more than Apple allows out of the box.

Fortunately, a free jailbreak tweak dubbed Iconer by iOS developer CydiaGeek seems like it could be a rather useful add-on for anyone who feels that way, especially given the expansive list of options afforded to end users.

As CydiaGeek mentions in the tweak depiction, Iconer is effectively an all-in-one jailbreak tweak that combines features from many of the Home Screen-centric add-ons that he has released over the years. And as you’re about to see, that’s no joke.

Once installed, Iconer adds a dedicated preference pane to the Settings app where users will be able to configure a long list of options to their liking. Bear with us, as the option list is particularly long:

Options here include:

• Configure which apps won’t display blue dots next to them
• Configure which apps can be uninstalled
• Hide notification badges from selected apps
• Enable and configure an icon glow color
• Enable and configure a badge glow color
• Hide all badges
• Hide badges only in folders
• Hide update badges in the App Store
• Enable and configure text tint
• Enable and configure highlight tint
• Enable and configure 3D Touch icon tint
• Enable and configure blank separator tint
• Enable and configure separator tint
• Enable and configure 3D Touch background tint
• Enable and configure Dock background tint
• Hide 3D Touch menu icons
• Hide 3D Touch menu labels and icons
• Hide 3D Touch menu separators
• Make 3D Touch menu labels and icons red
• Make 3D Touch menu icons blue
• Disable 3D Touch menu highlights
• Clear notification badges
• Enable soft haptic feedback
• Enable medium haptic feedback
• Enable strong haptic feedback
• Hide all icon labels
• Hide all icon images
• Hide all icons from inside the folder view
• Hide all icons from outside the folder view
• Hide the delete icons button
• Make icon labels display the current battery percentage
• Display the battery percentage/time on the Home Screen editing Done button
• Enable a closed dark background
• Enable a closed red background
• Enable a closed blue background
• Enable a closed purple background
• Disable icon jitter
• Hide the Home Screen editing Done button
• Prevent app launch
• Disable the live Clock app icon animation
• Display an alert when launching apps
• Enable Home Screen rotation
• Enable landscape orientation large folders
• Enable a five icon Dock
• Enable a six icon Dock
• Enable a seven icon Dock
• Enable an eight icon Dock
• Enable a nine icon Dock
• Enable a ten icon Dock
• Enable an eleven icon Dock
• Hide the Dock
• Hide the Dock dots
• Make iOS 13’s Dock dots square
• Show active apps with dots
• Show the always edit pages button on iOS 14
• Make dots red
• Make dots blue
• Move the Dock to the top bar
• Extend the Dock background
• Show Dock labels
• Hide Dock background
• Enable a floating Dock
• Floating Dock without suggestions
• Hide the floating Dock background
• Enable iPhone X style Dock on non-X devices
• Open folder hides the Dock
• Hide the Reachability Chevron/Home Bar
• Make the Reachability background transparent
• Enable haptic feedback for Reachability
• Disable the Reachability timeout
• Lock the device by tapping on Reachability
• Enable Lock label for Reachability
• Select a background label color for Reachability
• Select a text label color for Reachability
• Enable and configure custom text for app icon labels
• Respring your device to save any changes you make
• Reset all settings to their defaults

If you haven’t already noticed, there are a lot of options provided with Iconer. While not all of those options will be useful for everyone, some of them are particularly handy for plethora of different customization situations.

Those interested in giving Iconer a try can download the tweak for free from the BigBoss repository via their favorite package manager app. The tweak supports jailbroken iOS 13 and 14 devices.

Do you plan to take advantage of the Iconer jailbreak tweak? Be sure to let us know in the comments section down below.