Setting the volume on iPhone is easy enough, especially with Control Center and physical buttons on the side. The only drawback to this simplicity is that volumes for different things are changed automatically. For example, playback volume can be adjusted when media is playing. Now the jailbreak tweak VolumePanel brings complete control to volume settings for multiple apps.
The jailbreak tweak Lylac brings the app switcher and Control Center into one place for easy access to both. Like other tweaks of its type, fusing the two features of iOS into one place is only the tip of the iceberg. There are many feature additions and customization possibilities with Lylac. iPhone 6s users can even enjoy additional 3D Touch shortcuts to bring up recently used apps. Once installed, Lylac is configured in Settings.
Some of the best jailbreak tweaks are the most straightforward, and DarkCC fits the bill. The package has one function, which is to mellow the brightness of the Control Center. For those looking to darken this part of iOS, DarkCC imparts a new look to the Control Center without using WinterBoard or any other complications.
Two of the most useful controls in iOS 7 can be combined into one place on jaibroken devices. The App Switcher makes it easy to run recently accessed apps, and this functionality can now be added directly to the Control Center with the tweak CSwitcher.
Once installed, CSwitcher replaces the bottom row of quick launch apps with a smaller version of the app switcher. A double press of the home button will reveal the Control Center instead of the App Switcher, and the recently accessed app icons are located at the bottom of the Control Center.
Control Center is a great and fast way to access important settings in iOS 7, but it can be really annoying if you accidentally open it while playing a game or using an app.
iOS 7 allows you to easily open Control Center by swiping up from the bottom of your screen, which is the same motion a lot of games use for its touch based controls. This can cause a lot of headaches especially when playing endless runner titles, or other games that require you to swipe up to jump. Luckily Apple had enough foresight to offer an easy fix to this problem.