Thursday, July 21, 2016

How To Add A Color Splash To Twitter App On iOS 9 iPhone

If you want to add a color splash to the Twitter app on iOS 9 iPhone then you should check out a new free Cydia release known as TwitterUICustomzer. With this jailbreak tweak installed, you can add a splash of any color you want to stock Twitter app on your jailbroken iOS 9 device. So if you want to make your Twitter usage more colorful follow the short review below.

How To Add Splash Of The Color To Twitter App In iOS 9

If you don’t have the Twitter app installed on your iDevice, then go to the App Store and grab it for free. In order to setup TwitterUICustomzer on your jailbroken iOS 9 iPhone head to Cydia and download the tweak. Once installed TwitterUICustomizer adds a preferences pane to the Settings app where you can choose the color you feel like using throughout the Twitter app. 

The tweak is designed to apply the color you choose to all kinds of various elements in the app. Here a things that can be colored with the tweak. 

  • Splash screen
  • Message and follow buttons
  • Tweets/Media/Likes tabs on profiles
  • Notification dots
  • Highlighted tabs
  • Tappable links
  • Sent message bubbles in direct messages
  • Pop-up notifications
  • Search and compose Tweet button
  • And a lot more…
Because TwitterUICustomzer uses a color picker, rather than a list of preset colors, you actually don’t have any color limitations. Every color on the rainbow, and everywhere in between, is included and you just have to click and drag to get to it.
Some examples of how the color affects the look at the interface are shown in the screenshots below:

Once you’ve selected the color you want, launch the App Switcher, kill the Twitter app, and restart the Twitter app for all your changes to take place.

TwitterUICustomizer is the great jailbreak tweak that allows you to add a color splash to the Twitter app on iOS 9 iPhone.


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