If you are a fan of Android’s Notification Panel and have been looking for a similar experience on your iOS device, then look no further than the Nougat tweak. We have reported about the Nougat tweak in the past, however now it has been updated with new features and support for iOS 13, so we decided to revisit the tweak to see what more it has to offer.
Right off the bat you will notice that Nougat is a well designed and polished tweak. It has been designed so well that it gives a native feature feeling, which is a trait that is always welcomed in jailbreak tweaks.
With Nougat users can get Android-like brightness slider and toggle buttons that enable users to enable or disable Wi-Fi, Mobile Data, Bluetooth, Do Not Disturb, Flashlight, Auto-Rotate, Battery Saver, Location and AirPlane mode. These are the same toggles that you typically find on iOS’s own Control Center but with an Android twist. The tweak also offers access to the Nougat Settings panel that can be used to make changes to tweak’s layout.
Upon scrolling up you can access the pending notifications where you will find the app name, time of the notification and content. Here you can also find a ‘MiniPlayer’ that appears when the music is playing on the device. You can use this MiniPlayer to pause, play, skip the current music.
Nougat offers up to 3 different appearances and can change from light to dark mode depending on your system settings. The Nougat menu can be accessed by swiping up on the iPhone’s screen from the middle. You can still access iOS’s default Notification Center by swiping down from left corner of the screen.
You can download the Nougat tweak from Chariz repository (https://repo.chariz.com/) where it is available at a price of $1.99. It works with iOS 13.4.1 with backward support for all the way back to iOS 10.