Thursday, April 6, 2017

New Tweak Changes Notifications Content Based On Keywords

If you own jailbroken device you can change the Notifications content based on keywords in iOS 10 with new tweak known as MaskMe10 installed. You may be familiar with the tweak NotifyCensored that lets users hide the content of notifications on a per-app basis. Now MaskMe10tweak offers the similar concept, instead it allows you to be more specific with the content that you want to hide.

How To Change The Notifications Content Based On Keywords In iOS 10

MaskMe10 jailbreak tweak lets you change the Notifications content based on keywords in iOS 10. This is really useful when you want to keep certain notifications private and away from prying eyes, especially if you’re in a crowded place and don’t like others to look at your sensitive information.

With MaskMe10, you can change both the subject of the notification as well as its content. So to download this tweak you should head over to Cydia’s BigBoss repo and download it for free of charge. Once you install it, you can get started by navigating to its dedicated preferences pane in Settings.

 There, can change the following settings:

  • Toggle to turn the tweak on off on a demand
  • Mask the subject/name of notifications. Once you enable this option it force you to enter the names to be filtered and specify what it should be replaced with.
  • Mask the content of notifications. This option lets replace the content of notifications with a custom text of your choice. Just enter the filters that will cause the content of notifications to be masked and replaced with something else.
Once you are done with settings, the next time you receive a notification from any app containing the filtered keywords that you entered, it will be automatically changed to the custom text that you provided.

The way the tweak works is pretty clever, as it gives you a way to mask messages that may be sensitive in two ways while still maintaining the integrity of non-sensitive notifications so that they appear normally.


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