CCControls featuresThis tweak features a nice array of options, but it primarily focuses on customizing the shortcut toggles that appear at the top of the Control Center menu overlay.
These toggles can be customized by means of the FlipSwitch framework, which adds a ton of additional toggles to the mix, along with the ability to quickly rearrange, reorder, and disable specific toggles. All of this can be performed on the fly, in real time, and the changes take place immediately without the need to respring.
This is why CCControls is one of the best jailbreak tweaks for iOS 7The preferences for CCControls are just ridiculously well-thought out and well-designed. Usually, the preferences for jailbreak tweaks and apps seem like mere afterthoughts, only added because of necessity. CCControl’s preferences seem like the primary portion of the tweak, the part most concentrated on when bringing the tweak to fruition.
CCControls features a few built in themes that can be enabled directly from the tweak, no WinterBoard or third party theming controls necessary. Each of the themes, iOS 7, Filled Circle, Square, Filled Square, and Bottomline, are visually appealing. The cool thing about CCControls, is that when you switch a theme, the updated theme is then reflected throughout the tweak’s preferences. This is the type of attention to detail that’s not at all necessary, but again, it shows that the developer went the extra mile and actually cared enough to do so.
Lastly, you’ll find a section to restrict certain toggles from being used on the Lock screen, and a section for establishing paging preferences. All in all, CCControls doesn’t do anything groundbreaking that you’ve never seen before, but its presentation, design, and usability makes it one of the must have tweaks of the iOS 7 jailbreak’s young tenure. Better yet, CCControls is available for free on Cydia’s ModMyi repo.
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