Tweak To Merge App Switcher And Control Center Interfaces
The App Switcher and Control Center interfaces are the widely-used function in an iOS device. Each interface holds a particular purpose. But have you ever thought about combining them for the better experience.
There is now a new free jailbreak tweak, called SwitcherCC that will combine both interfaces together, so you can access them in the same place. Once installed, you simply double-press on the Home button or swipe up from the bottom to open the SwitcherCC interface. The App Switcher cards are shrunken down a little to make space for putting the Control Center section at the bottom of the screen.
The Control Center section is also split into three pages rather than the original, including shortcuts, AirStuff, and music playback. You can still move among them easily by swiping left or right. Furthermore, the SwitcherCC also offers a stunning dark mode option, which is so eye-catching because of how great it looks. The tweak allows you to configure just by going to the Settings app, and you’ll find the preference pane. Here are some options you can configure:
- Toggle the tweak on or off as your liking
- Activate the dark mode
- Enable “sleek look” mode
- Make the App Switcher cards bigger
- Allow the Control Center gesture to launch SwitcherCC instead of Control Center
Applying the changes does not require the respring to take effect, but if you enable the dark mode, a slight delay will appear to apply the mode option.
Also read: Bring iOS 11’s Control Center On iOS 10
If you are interested in giving it a try, you can grab SwitcherCC for free from BigBoss repository in Cydia. The tweak is compatible with all jailbroken iOS 10 iPhones but unfortunately does not support iPads at present. Hope in the future, it’ll work with jailbroken iPad devices.
Do you like the interface of SwitcherCC? Let’s know your thoughts in the comment below.