Sometimes when you come across something interesting on a website, you can’t help but want to research it further. The same thing might happen if you’re browsing social media, such as Twitter.
Many of my favorite add-ons for jailbroken iPhones and iPads come in the form of CCSupport add-ons. These are usually additional toggles for Control Center that Apple doesn’t include out of the box, but can be added by the end user after jailbreaking their handset.
Control Center has certainly evolved over the years, not only with respect to the interface’s aesthetics, but also in terms of the shortcut and toggle offerings.
The Control Center interface typically exhibits a blurred background, but if you want something exhibiting a more extreme form of minimalism, then you might prefer a totally blacked out Control Center background instead.
Want to give your jailbroken iPhone or iPad an aesthetic boost with respect to the Control Center interface? If you answered yes to that question, then we’ve got just the solution for you.
Jailbreakers who are in the market to make their iPhone’s Control Center interface much more powerful can take advantage of a newly released jailbreak tweak called BetterCC by iOS developer Miguelaka95.
It’s only natural to experience challenges concentrating on occasion. Sometimes, it’s because of the plethora of distractions around us, and all it takes is some soothing sound effects to counter those distractions.
Do Not Disturb is one of my most-used features when it comes to my iPhone and iPad. That’s because sometimes I just want to watch a movie, play a game, or get productive without an app pinging me with notifications that would otherwise break my concentration.
Depending on how you use your iPhone or iPad, you might have a preferred way to listen to audio in one app that differs from how you listen to audio in another app. For example, you might prefer using a Bluetooth speaker for the Music app, but prefer using your AirPods to listen to YouTube video how-tos, etc.
While there’s certainly no shortage of things that you can do with a jailbroken iPhone or iPad these days, perhaps one of my favorite things to customize is Control Center because I use it so frequently throughout the day.
Fortunately for those who agree with me, iOS developers Tr1Fecta and Kennyroo have just launched a brand new jailbreak tweak dubbed Akara that claims to give Control Center a “refreshing yet familiar” makeover.
Being in control of your iPhone’s display brightness can be incredibly convenient depending on your surrounding circumstances. But I’ve long noticed that even the lowest brightness setting isn’t quite as low as I like it sometimes.
As of iOS 14.2 and iPadOS 14.2, you've been able to access music recognition through the Control Center overlay. Apple has announced that customers have used this Shazam-powered feature more than a billion times since those software updates dropped in November 2020.