Cream 2 for iOS 10 launched with Control Center and Colorized Toggles
After jailbreaking successfully your iOS device running iOS 10 using the Yalu jailbreak, you are still looking for tweaks to customize your device to look better but don’t know what tweaks. In this post today, we will introduce a tweak to you, called Cream 2 to make changes with your device’s control center and colorized toggles.
The common jailbreak tweak Cream has been released in Cydia as a separate package, but now developers updated to Cream 2 with the support for iOS 10. The tweak will bring colored toggles to iOS Control Center.
With this new tweak, your Control Center toggles will be applied different shades of color. As you know, by default in iOS 10, when you turn on a specific toggle in Control Center, its background becomes white. But now with Cream 2, the background of the toggle will change to a color of your choice if you has activated the tweak. On the other hand, when you turn it off, disabled toggles will turn to the default light grey color. You can freely choose any color that you want for each of the toggles. Once installed, just head to its preferences pane in Settings where you can choose a custom color for the toggles, then enable it.
A good point of this tweak is that it provides a color picker so that you choose any color that you’d like, rather than being limited in a number of pre-designed colors.
Cream 2 brings a new look for your Control Center and makes toggles easier to distinguish between the on and off states. Installing Cream 2 on your iOS 10 device is very simple, you just launch Cydia from your Home screen, then move to Source tab and add the following repo: https://repo.cpdigitaldarkroom.com/. Once done, go to the Search tab and search for ‘Cream 2’. Make sure that you install Cream 2 tweak, not its predecessor that is named ‘Cream’.
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