Meet Teide, an upcoming jailbreak tweak to organize iOS notifications into cells
The Jailbreak community is as vibrant as ever. It feels as though every other day we are looking at a new jailbreak tweak that does something super useful or interesting.
We have covered countless Jailbreak tweaks on this platform in the past, so you might want to check them out, see if any of them tickle your fancy, or might be useful for your particular needs. But before you go off to the races, you might want to check out Checkra1n, our go-to jailbreak tool.
Checkra1n is regularly updated to support the very latest version of iOS and to fix some little bugs that do crop up once in a while. All in all, this is a solid and relatively safe jailbreak tool.
What does Teide do you ask? Well, first of all, it is not out yet so we might not exactly know what this tweak does, but from what we gather, this tweak changes how your iPhone displays Notifications. Tiede does this by organizing them into cells.
With this upcoming jailbreak tweak, you can:
– Change the color of your notifications.
– Organize your notifications into cells.
– Make them more compact using our new notifs style.
The developer also adds that Teide will have a feature like ColorBanners built-in, allowing you to color your notifications based on the app’s icon.
The from what we gather, this might not be a free app, but it will remain crazy affordable. Reports even have it that Tiede might cost as little as $1.
When the tweak finally gets ready, it will be available for download from Amodrono’s repository. The link to which can be accessed here.
As regards when exactly we should see this tweak ready, the Developer says that he should have it ready in under a month. Interested users can also join the beta soon by subscribing to the Developer’s Patreon.
We shall continue to keep an eye on this upcoming tweak and update as and when we get more details.
NOTE: We have these and many more jailbreak tweaks in our dedicated jailbreak section. Check it out for more on this and many more.
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