Add haptic feedback to the Control Center opening experience with Taptic Centre

Everyone I know likes the feeling of haptic feedback they get when interacting with certain features in their iPhone’s operating system, so it comes as no surprise that jailbreak tweak developers are always adding it to more places.

Control Center interface on an iPhone.

Taptic Centre is a free jailbreak tweak by iOS developer Michael Melita that simply adds haptic feedback to the experience of opening your Control Center interface.

So how does it work? In a nutshell, you will feel the haptic feedback as your finger swipes down on the area at the top of your notched handset’s display that launches Control Center.

That’s basically it.

If it seems simple, that’s because it is, but it’s an incredibly satisfying experience to feel the haptic feedback in that moment since it makes it seem as if you’re grabbing something tangible with your fingertip as you launch the interface.

With no options to configure, the tweak is as easy to use as installing it from your favorite package manager app and launching Control Center.

If you’re interested in trying Taptic Centre, then you can get it for free from Michael Melita’s personal repository via your favorite package manager app. The tweak supports jailbroken iOS 14 devices.

Anyone who isn’t already using Michael Melita’s personal repository can add it to their favorite package manager app by using the URL provided below:

Do you like the concept of haptic feedback when opening Control Center? Let us know in the comments section down below.