CCSupport Tweak Lets You Move Modules Around, Add Third-Party Modules

iOS 11 Control Center is quite customizable, at least by iOS standards. Despite that you cannot change the positions of modules and move them around on the CC screen based on your personal preferences. Another thing that is noticeably missing is the ability to add modules developed by third-party developers. Shortcut buttons for in-app actions would increase the usefulness of the Control Center.

CCSupport tweak for iOS 11 aims to solve this problem by introducing the ability to move Control Center modules, enabling users to place them at the position that they prefer. This means you can change the position of the utility shortcuts by moving them to the top while moving the music controls module in the middle, where you can access it more easily.

While all this makes CCSupport a must have for iOS 11 jailbreak users, the tweak has more to offer. CCSupport also makes it possible for other developers to build their own modules for the Control Center.

If you have a jailbroken iPhone or iPad running iOS 11, then you can head over to Cydia and download CCSupport, where it is available for free.


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