Dayn Tweak Gives iOS Notification Banners A Completely New Look

Dayn Tweak

Are you tired of looking at the same old notification banners of your iOS device? Then try the new Dayn tweak for jailbroken iPhones. This new tweak brings a fresh new look to the notification banners that are modern looking and quite different than the original design.

The new look of the notification banners also fills up the area on both sides of the iPhone notch in the same color as the alert, which looks pretty cool.

While Dayn tweak brings a completely new look to the notification banners, it is certainly not limited to looks only, as it also adds new features to notifications.

After installing Dayn the first and most noticeable change that you will notice is that banner alerts from apps like WhatsApp, Slack, Twitter, Discord and others have started displaying profile pictures of the senders. This alone is enough reason to install this tweak. Although another tweak called SeeYa Pro adds profile photos without changing the whole design.

In addition to adding profile photos to notifications for many third-party apps Dayn tweak is capable of making the notification banners tiny. With this feature the notification banners take up a lot less space while offering all the new features that are available with Dayn.

Other features of the Dayn tweak include support for light and dark mode with auto switching and showing tiny banner only when there is less text in the notification alert.

You can download the Dayn tweak on your iOS 14 powered jailbroken iPhone from the Chariz repository. The tweak is available for $1.99.

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