Riveria Tweak Redesigns The Look And Feel Of The Settings App

The new Riveria tweak for jailbroken devices brings a complete redesign to the Settings app, letting you get rid of its boring design.

Long time iPhone users know that the Settings app has remained the same ever since the early days of iOS. Apple has added new options to Settings however the layout and design of the Settings app is largely unchanged.

Riveria tweak for jailbroken iOS devices changes that by giving a new look to Settings. With this tweak you get a tile based interface for Settings that consists of cells for each option.

One of the best thing about this tweak is that you can rearrange the position of the cells and place the settings that are more important to you at the top.

Riveria tweak offers many customization opportunities to the users including the ability to change the color of the Settings app’s background. You can also change the font color for labels, change the colors of cells or use random colors that change every time you open Settings.

Riveria is not limited to adding a new design to Settings, as it also makes Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Airplane mode and Cellular Data buttons show their enabled or disabled state by changing color.

Another cool feature of Riveria tweak lets users name three sections for tweaks, stock apps and third-party apps so that accessing settings for them is easy.

Other features of the tweak include haptic feedback when tapping on an option on the Settings app, scrolling flow direction on either horizontal or vertical, ability to rearrange or remove unwanted cells and more.

You can download the Riveria tweak from the Twickd repository, where it is available for $1.79. Currently it only supports iOS 13 however support for iOS 14 will be available in the future.

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