Accessing the control center requires you to slide up from the bottom of the screen in order to view it and configure various different kind of toggles. Today, we’ve found a tweak that allows you to bring the features of the control center to a different place other than its default location.
Called CCDock, the tweak will allow you to access the control center directly from the dock without having to slide up from the bottom of the screen. That said, you can slide the dock on the homescreen in order to view different parts of the control center.
Once you install the tweak, no configuration is required as it will be enabled by default but you can disable it from Settings app. On your homescreen, you’ll still see the dock applications but swiping to the right will reveal sections of the control center such as the various toggles, Airdrop, brightness, music controls and the application shortcuts such as flashlight, calculator, timer and camera.
The tweak also has a preference pane in Settings app that allows you to enable or disable the tweak when needed and a respring is required upon enabling or disabling of the tweak.
The only issue that I had with the tweak was that when I had 5 apps placed on the dock instead of 4, I was unable to open the leftmost application on the dock whenever I tapped on it. In other words, I wasn’t able to open the first application sometimes no matter how many times I tapped on it.
If you’re interested to get your hands on the tweak, you can buy it from Cydia’s Bigboss repo for just $0.99 and it works on all iOS 7 devices.