Akara Tweak Lets You Redesign Control Center

Do you miss the Control Center design that was found in iOS 7-9? Then the newly released Akara tweak for jailbroken iPhones is for you.

This tweak lets you redesign the Control Center and bring back the swipe up card like design of the original Control Center. Akara offers multiple customization options through which users can change the size of the Control Center card, change blur style and add a custom image background to the Control Center.

With Akara the connectivity modules become scrollable, allowing users to get access to more controls by simple sliding up or down. The tweak adds static Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and slider icons as well.

Users can change the dimensions of sliders and media player, and make resize it according to their preferences.

Another cool feature of Akara tweak, which adds a new layer of customization to the Control Center is its ability to change the transparency of the modules.

After installing Akara users can invoke Control Center on home screen or lock screen by swiping up from the bottom right corner of the screen. The Control Center can easily be dismissed by tapping anywhere on the home screen, which is convenient.

The swipe up gesture is great for users who have larger iPhones, since reaching out the top left corner of the screen can be difficult when using the iPhone with one hand.

Akara tweak is available through the Chariz repo for $2.99. It works with iOS 14 all the way up to iOS 14.8. It fully supports iPhone and iPod touch however stable iPad compatibility is pending.


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