Customizing every aspect of your iOS device is one of the best reasons to jailbreak your iOS device. If you’re tired of the blue tint color that you find in every app’s interface, you can customize it using a new tweak named AppDye.
AppDye allows you to instantly apply various different colors to every interface elements of iOS 7. Once you’ve installed the tweak from Cydia, you’ll have to enable and configure it from Settings app.
There are many configurations the tweak offers. You can enable/disable having the SMS interface dyed, the keyboard or even the statusbar elements colored. If you set all these to enable, the tweak will change the tint of every interface elements to the color you’ve chosen. In addition, you have the ability to disable the tweak for any app you wish so that the tint will be set to default for the selected app.
You’re not only restricted to choosing your own color to be applied to every app, you can also choose to use the dominant color of the app icon as the tint.
The tweak is a great way of dynamically coloring your iOS 7 interface elements. However, a nice addition to the tweak in the future updates would be the ability to select a color for each individual app. Such as green for Music app, red for Message app and so on.
If you’re interested to change the look of your iOS 7 interface elements, consider giving AppDye a try. The tweak is available in Cydia via BigBoss repo for just $0.99 and requires iOS 7.