ReformX For iOS 10 Lets You Customize Home Screen App Icons, Create And Share Layout, More

We have mentioned this on more than one occasion before, but the customization of iOS and the way it looks is arguably the biggest reason anyone chooses to jailbreak their device.

That is highlighted by the number of jailbreak tweaks that are available with the intention of making an iPhone look just the way its owner wants it to. When it comes to jailbreaking, you can never have enough customization options. One tweak you may want to check out if you like to fiddle with your Home screen is ReformX.

Available to download from the BigBoss repository and costing nothing, ReformX is all about giving iOS users control over how the app icons on their Home screens look.

Beyond just app icons, ReformX can be used to hide specific UI elements as well, should the need arise: “With ReformX you can resize dock, folder and Home screen icons, resize the icon label fonts, choose custom grid layouts, customise SpringBoard rotation settings, hide various UI elements and much much more.”

Where things start to get interesting though, is the preset function. While there are countless tweaks available via Cydia that are more than capable of altering how a Home screen appears, including the app icon size, what makes ReformX so useful is its ability to save presets of how a device is configured. It kind of reminds us of HomescreenDesigner tweak from iOS 8 days.

This feature not only acts as a backup of sorts, allowing devices to be instantly configured just so, should the worst ever happen, but it also means that friends can share configurations and settings amongst each other. Want your iPhone to look like your friend’s? No problem.

We have implemented a preset saving feature with ReformX, enabling you to share your setups with your friends and switch settings quickly, perfect for extreme theme tweakers!

That all sounds good to us. Head on over to Cydia and the BigBoss repository to download ReformX today.

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