Do you have a jailbroken iPhone or iPod touch liberated using yalu102 and are looking for the next big tweak or extension to take your iOS experience to the next level? Do you love the idea of being able to customize parts of the iOS experience, but without having to entirely change how the whole ecosystem looks and feels?

If that’s something that you are looking for, then it could be worthwhile checking out one of the latest packages to land on Cydia, called Onizuka, which allows various aspects of iOS, such as Control Center, to be customized with relative ease.

We’re starting to see a little bit of a trend here with jailbreak tweaks that aim to customize the look and feel of iOS 10, and this one is no different in that regard.

We aren’t quite sure if the idea-pool for packages and extensions is running dry, or if iOS 10 just makes it a lot harder to actually achieve anything of note, but users definitely seem to be interested in these customization solutions so it’s likely that we will see them continuing to come through. This latest one gives the options to change aspects of Apple’s Control Center, including how it looks overall, how the buttons look, and even adds the ability for adding a new page in Control Center.

Additionally, the tweak also lets users change background colors, and even the level and style of blur that is applied to the overlay.

Also added is the ability to let users instantly hide certain parts of the Control Center experience, which is perfect for those buttons or systems toggles that no one ever uses. There is generally no harm in them being there, but if they do annoy you, they can now be hidden from view for a cleaner look of sorts.

Last but not the least is the new Launch App experience which is designed to let users specify a limited number of apps that can be put into Control Center to be instantly launched with ease.

For those that are looking for this type of experience, the aforementioned tweak is available to download from Cydia via the BigBoss repository for all iOS 10 devices for $0.99.

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