While there are many tweaks on Cydia that allow you to hide the labels that appear beneath each application, LabelShift is a brand new jailbreak tweak that offers a different functionality many have missed.
Developed by Rave, LabelShift allows you to adjust the height of the labels on the Home screen. This means that you can move the labels as close as you want to the applications are further away from them.
Personally, I don’t notice much different when the position of the labels is changes, but if you really care about the details of iOS 7 and are annoyed by little aspects of the OS, you might want to give this tweak a try.
As usual, once you downloaded and installed the tweak, head to its preference pane from the stock Settings app in order to configure it. From there, you can enable or disable the tweak via the kill switch toggle. You’ll also find a slider to allows you to adjust the position of the labels, ranging from 0 to 5. Choosing 5 takes the label far away from the application while 0 brings it closer.
After you’ve chosen an appropriate value, you should respring your device for the changes to take place. The pane also provides a ‘Respring’ button that allows you to do so.
If you’re in love with tweaking the application labels, you might be probably interested in LabelShift as well. The tweak is available on Cydia for free of charge and supports all iOS 7 devices.
Is LabelShift worth the try? Are you the kind of person who’s pay great attention to small details? Let us know in the comments section below.