The best thing about Jailbreak is that we can customize the iOS looks the way we want to and also change the colors and looks of the User Interface. If you are a previous Jailbreak user then you would have knowledge about a very popular jailbreak tweak called Eclipse. Eclipse allows the users to change the colors of the User Interface of the iOS.
Now, the developer updated it and now Eclipse 4 is released for support with iOS 10 and has the same features as it had before. Eclipse was also the first tweak to bring the Dark Mode to the iOS and later on it also allowed the mixing of colors so, users can also colorize the stock and third-part apps.
Eclipse new dawn for the galaxy
With Eclipse 4 you will be able to get rid of that ugly white, retina-burning interface and have a dark mode or any other color that you want instead. The developer says that the tweak is lightweight and doesn’t consume extra battery. This means that the tweak will run and won’t drain your battery in the background.
The tweak also has some other extra features like customization options, FlipSwtich and Activator toggles and more. The thing that I like about the tweak is that it gives the users the ability to choose the colors of the background. For Example, you can set the background color of the Music app to any color you want.
Some of the third-party apps are now supported and more will be supported in upcoming time as the developer says. Eclipse 4 tweak is available for $0.99 on Cydia’s BigBoss Repo. It works very well with iOS 9, iOS 8, and iOS 7 as well. If you a previous user of Eclipse then you can get it for free instead of paying the fee.