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Eclipse 4 brings Dark Mode to iOS 10

Now you can easily personalize your Jailbroken iOS 10 device and get a dark mode for the whole iOS with the help of a Jailbreak Tweak called Eclipse 4. Eclipse 4 is a Jailbreak tweak that allows you get a system-wide night mode for iOS 10 at any time you want to.

Eclipse 4 Tweak

Most people get tired of seeing that old white, retina-burning interface again and again so, if you want a change and a better-looking interface than the default one then you must use this tweak.

Features of Eclipse 4

  • Built for iOS 10
  • Lightweight tweak consumes NO battery life!
  • Support for many popular App Store apps (with more being added soon!)
  • System-wide colorization
  • User-customizable settings
  • Activator and flip switch toggles

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The best thing about this tweak is that it specifically designed and built for iOS 10 and consumes little to no battery life so, the tweak won’t affect the performance or battery life in any way. It is also compatible with many 3rd-party apps and the night mode is applied system wide to all the apps that are supported not to any single app or element of iOS 10.

The Eclipse 4 tweak is currently the best tweak that you can get to customize the interface of iOS to dark mode. There may be other tweaks available but there are not effective and as good as Eclipse 4. The tweak integrates the night mode so well into the iOS that it doesn’t feel odd in any way.

Once you install the tweak, it adds a preferences pane to the Settings App. From there you can customize the settings of the tweak as to customize the interface. You can also assign certain Activator gestures and Flipswitch Toggles.

If you want to try out this tweak then you can download and install Eclipse 4 from Cydia’s BigBoss Repo. It is currently priced at $0.99. It is compatible with iOS 10 Jailbroken devices. If you have previously purchased Eclipse 2(iOS 8) or Eclipse 3(iOS 9) then the upgrade would be free.

What are your thoughts about this tweak? Let us know in the comments below.

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