Monday, March 13, 2017

FolderColor Tweak Customizes The Colors Of Home Screen Folders In iOS 10

If you want to customize the colors of Home screen folders in iOS 10 then a new Cydia tweak dubbed as FolderColor by Lizynz will make your jailbroken device more colorful. This jailbreak tweak comes with a bulk of colorization options for changing the look and feel of each element of the folder interface.

FolderColor jailbreak tweak lets you change the color of folders according to your style. The tweak allows you to customize the color of the icon on the Home screen, as well as the color of the folder’s title, change the color of the background of the folder when it’s launched, and even the labels of all of the apps residing in your folders. 

To download FolderColor tweak you should Cydia’s BigBoss repo and grab the tweak absolutely for free. The tweak supports both jailbroken iOS 10 and iOS 9 devices. Right after installation FolderColor will add its preference pane to the Settings app where you can find various configuration options:

The preference pane is divided into sections, so you can toggle each of the colorization effects on or off on demand by switching between the Default and Color selectors separately for every section. To pick a color for example for the Folder Name you can use the color picker for this section. Here you can select a custom color yourself, or you can enter a color’s hex code manually if you want to set a specific color shade. What is interesting the tweak also colorizes the Activator icon of course if it is installed on your jailbroken device. Once you’re done with your color selections, in order to save your changes hit the blue Respring button.

As always jailbreaking brings not only new functionality to iOS but a way to change the look and fell of your device. So if you have jailbroken device and want to customize the colors of iOS 10 Home screen folders then FolderColor tweak will help you to do it.