We’ve seen a number of jailbreak tweaks that allow you to change the font and color of the banner notifications, but a new jailbreak tweak called FlagPaint takes things to the next level by dynamically changing the color of the banner notifications based on the app.
So here’s how it works: If you get a banner notification for an iMessage, the color of the banner notification becomes green, if you get a banner notification for Twitter, the color of the banner notification becomes blue and so on.
The jailbreak tweak makes the background of the banner notification transparent by default, which can be disabled via the Settings app (Settings -> FlagPaint).
You can also remove the icon of the app from the banner notification or change the alignment of the text via the Settings app (Settings -> FlagPaint).
Check out the video walkthrough of FlagPaint below:
FlagPaint is available on Cydia for $0.99. If you use color labels in Gmail, you will dig this jailbreak tweak as it makes it easier to identify the banner notification is for which app by just looking at the color.
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