How To Customize The Look Of iOS 7's Messaging App

Have you ever wanted to customize the look of iOS 7's messaging app ? Probably Messages Customiser will help you with this. Messages Customiser is a new recently released jailbreak tweak allows you to customize the look of iOS 7's messaging app and it is available for free.

If you’re looking for a way to customize the look and feel of the stock Messages app, and you don’t want to break the bank in the process, then look no further my friends. Check past the break for the full video demonstration.

After installing the tweak from Cydia store, go to tweak's settings panel where you will find a lot of features and different colours for customizing the look of iOS 7 messaging app.

Inside the settings, you’ll find the ability to customize the colors of SMS message bubbles, iMessage message bubbles, and the other person’s bubbles. You can also alter the app tint—the colors of the various buttons found throughout the stock Messages app—and enable or disable gradient support.

There are quite a few colors bundled in with Messages Customiser. Here is a list of all of the colors found in version 1.0:
  • Dark Blue
  • Light Blue
  • Green
  • Red
  • Yellow
  • Orange
  • Pink
  • Purble
  • Teal
  • Dark Grey
  • Light Grey
  • Black
That's not all, Message Customiser plays nice with biteSMS. I’m running the 8.0.5 beta build of biteSMS, and it seems to work fine thus far. The message bubbles are still the color that I set them to within Message Customiser’s settings, and I can use all of the handy biteSMS features at the same time. Obviously, with biteSMS being in beta, and Message Customiser being a 1.0 release, problems can still happen, but I haven’t noticed any thus far.

You can get the tweak from Cydia store via Modmyi repo for FREE.

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