AquaBoard is jailbreak tweak that allows you to customize the SpringBoard of your iOS device with cool water-based effects. It is one of the best jailbreak tweaks that you can have on your device for customization and after you install this tweak, the new effects integrate with iOS seamlessly and work perfectly fine.
Get cool, Real, OpenGL based water, interactive ripple effects on your SpringBoard! Touch anywhere, on icons, your wallpaper, your lock screen, and ripples appear right where you touched or dragged.
Features of AquaBoard
- It automatically lays over your wallpaper, at home screen or lock screen, and adds interactive water effects.
- The tweak uses OpenGL ES 2.0 to render cool water ripples on screen.
- It offers about 10 different ripple effect themes (size/depth) and several customization options.
- Battery friendly: OpenGL rendering stops when the ripples stop animating or SpringBoard/Lockscreen is not visible.
Along with these features, the tweak also has many other features too. After you use this tweak, you will like this tweak for sure. You will get used to having fun just by browsing your icons, and show off to your friends with the coolest SpringBoard. Whenever you will touch the screen or interact with it, these effect will come into work.
Some Android device have these effect on them and if you are a fan of these effects then you can now get them on your iOS jailbroken device with the help of AquaBoard.
You can demonstare the tweak in the following video:
If you want to configure the options of the tweak then you can head over to the prefernces pane of the tweak. All the options of the tweak are configurable from there. After making changes, a respring is must for those changes to take.
If you are interested in the idea of this tweak and want to try it out on your device then you can download and install AquaBoard from Cydia’s BigBoss Repo. It is available for $2.99 and is compatible with iOS 5, iOS 6, iOS 7, iOS 8, iOS 9 and iOS 10 Jailbroken devices.
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