Eclipse 4 released to support iOS 10 Jailbreak bringing system wide night mode

Dark mode has been a great feature that gives your jailbroken device a gorgeous look. Popular Eclipse night mode tweak by developer Guillermo Moran has officially been re-released this week with full support for iOS 10, officially raising the bar for all the hype.

What’s nice about Eclipse 4 is how it’s a system-wide solution for your iPhone or iPad, which is optimal for any jailbreaker who doesn’t want to install a different tweak for every app on their device.

Additionally, Eclipse can be used for theming, as you can use it to color your iOS interface in any way that you want to, whether you want iOS to look as dark as possible for night use, or you want to deck it out with your favorite color schemes for the heck of it.

Configuring Eclipse 4 panel:

When you go to Settings---->Eclipse 4 settings panel, you should be seeing these features which can be configured manually:
  • Toggle the tweak on or off
  • Toggle the tweak in SpringBoard
  • Toggle Alternative Mode
  • Hide or show table separators
  • Play around with your custom color options
  • Play around with additional customization options
  • Choose the applications that the tweak works in
  • Override black colors with a selected text color in apps that won’t play well with Eclipse
When you go into the settings related to coloring your device’s system-wide UI, you can go crazy with color customizations. Although the most common choice will be to leave things stock and have a dark night mode-like UI for your iPhone, you might opt for a more unique color scheme. Some of the things you can customize here include:
  • Whether or not the Cell Detail text gets colorized
  • The color you want the Navigation Bar to be
  • The dominant theme color you want your UI to be
  • The color you want to tint your buttons and switches
  • The color you want your Status Bar text to be
 
You can also go into the More Options preferences pane to find more miscellaneous options. Among those are the following:
  • Colorizing your iOS keyboard
  • Choosing a color for your iOS keyboard
  • Colorizing loading/splash screens
  • Choosing a color for your loading/splash screens
  • Toggling translucent Navigation Bars
  • Toggling tinted SMS bubbles
  • Toggling tinted iMessage bubbles
  • Colorizing the Status Bar
  • Choosing a color for your application Dock

If you are interested in grabbing Eclipse 4, you can do so from Cydia’s BigBoss repository right now for $0.99. Don’t forget that if you already own any previous version of Eclipse, then this version is a free upgrade, compliments of the gracious developer.

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