HideMe8: Cydia Tweak To Modify iOS 8 User Interface Elements

The iOS 8 firmware has a fairly simple and visible interface. The problem is that there is always some things that need to be changed, only Apple does not give us that opportunity.

Fortunately for us, HideMe has recently been updated and is now compatible with iOS 8 under the name of HideMe8.

The tweak, already on iOS 7 will allow us to remove or modify a lot of elements of the user interface on iOS, whether on the home screen, lock screen, the control center, the notification center, in the status bar or in an application whether from Apple or a third-party developer.
Here is a small list of some changes that allows us to bring our jailbroken device into something new.
  • Remove shortcuts, change the opacity or the shape of the control center shortcuts
  • Edit text, the color of the time, the appearance of different lock screen elements
  • Hide the status bar, separation bars, and today's date in the notification center
  • Hide icons, notification indicators, the dock, the opacity of the volume indicators, the appearance of alerts, the various elements of the fuzzy home screen
  • Delete all items, change the time and the name of the present operators in the status bar
  • Remove the "Store" button in the music application, the history of updates of the App Store, the button "filter" of the camera, the dates of the application note
  • Delete application components that you have installed third
  • Obviously, this list is only an overview of all editable elements and know that the tweak continues to grow as the developer has built a "suggestion" section so that we can send requests for items to be hided, that ability should be integrated in the next update. One day after the release, there was already an update to hide new elements.
The tweak is available on the BigBoss source for the price of $ 2, it is compatible with all devices running iOS 8.

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