Get Android-style call UI on your iPhone with this jailbreak tweak
With jailbreak tweaks, you can extensively customize your iPhone or iPad in ways that not even Android’s legendary custom ROM community can. We have seen tweaks that change the look and feel of the notification shade, notification badges and everything in between.
With the ease of achieving Jailbreak that is offered by tools like Checkra1n, the Jailbreak community is only set to grow with each new tweak being released.
Today we look at a recently released tweak called CallBubble. Stock Android has, arguably, one of the most elegant in-call User interfaces in the business today. While this might not exactly be everyone’s cup of tea, it offers an unintrusive way to be on a phone call and still use your device by minimizing the in-call UI to a Facebook Messenger-like floating bubble.
CallBubble brings this feature to iOS devices that are jailbroken. This means that when installed, it replaces Apple’s default implementation of the same to one that looks, and functions a lot like what we get on Android.
So what exactly does this tweak bring to the table? Well below is CallBubble’s release description.
-Change InCallUI to Call Bubble in Android Google Dialer.
-If you receive a call, Android’s incoming call notification is displayed instead of InCallUI on iOS.
-When you slide up CallBubble’s Incoming Call UI, an incoming call will decline.
-When you receive a call using CallBubble’s Incoming Call UI, Call Bubble is displayed. Call Bubble allows you to return to the phone, switch speaker or mute microphone, or end the call.
It is worth noting that this tweak is only compatible with iOS 13. This means that devices running earlier builds of iOS are left out of this tweak.
NOTE: We have these and many more Jailbreak tweaks in our dedicated Jailbreak section.
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