TrollTools updated to version 2.1 with several user experience-enhancing upgrades

TrollTools, one of the most popular system customization apps to perma-sign with the TrollStore utility, was updated to version 2.1 on Saturday by iOS developer sourcelocation with a slew of improvements that users will surely embrace with welcome arms.

TrollTools updated to version 2.1.

The developer announced the latest TrollTools update via Twitter this evening with a little bit of insight into what’s new, and from what we can gather, these are the key changes in the version 2.1 release:

  • Enhancements for theming, such as alternative icons, faster theme selection, and an ‘Apply Changes’ button
  • The ability to se gradient colors for notification badges on the Home Screen
  • Faster application of customizations
  • Passcode buttons should now appear properly sized
  • And more…

TrollTools provides a way for jailbreakers and non-jailbreakers alike to do exciting things with their iPhones and iPads, including but not limited to:

  • Theming app icons without the intrusive Shortcuts app-based WebClip notifications appearing
  • Theming passcode buttons to look different than they do out of the box
  • Customizing the aesthetics of Home Screen-based app icon notification badges

The TrollTools app is one of two apps in a fierce rivalry, with the other being Mugunghwa by iOS developer Soongyu Kwon. Both apps can do essentially the same things, however each one uses its own techniques to do so. Both developers frequently claim that their methods are best, so it’s a wash between the two from a user’s perspective and we don’t really think you can go wrong with either one.

That aside, if you have a brand loyalty bias toward TrollTools, then today’s update is going to be a must-have. TrollTools version 2.1 is available from the project’s GitHub page and can be sideloaded and perma-signed with the TrollStore application on iOS & iPadOS 14.0-15.4.1 (and some builds of iOS 15.5 beta).

Have you updated to the latest version of TrollTools yet? Let us know in the comments section down below.