3DColorChanger10 Colorizes iPhone’s 3D Touch Menu Based on an App Icon’s Dominant Color [Jailbreak Tweak]



When you 3D Touch an app icon, a menu is displayed with a semi-transparent background. 3DColorChanger10 is a new jailbreak tweak that changes the look of the 3D Touch menu based on the app it belongs to.

This new tweak colorizes the 3D Touch menu based on the dominant color of an app icon. As an example, the Twitter app icon is mainly colored blue so if you perform a 3D Touch gesture on it, the menu’s background will be colored blue rather than the default grey color or semi-transparent background.

The tweak is similar in concept to ColorFlow 3 and ColorBanners 2, except that it applies to a different part of iOS.

3DColorChanger10 also comes with a couple of customization options that can be found within its preferences pane in Settings. It provides options for adding a border to the 3D Touch menus, changing the color of the menu labels, and removing separators between each menu item.

I’m a bit skeptical about the design of this tweak as the default appearance of the 3D Touch menu looks way better than the colored ones. If you take a look at ColorFlow 3, which colorizes the Music app, the elements of the music interface blend together very nicely even after being colored. That’s not the case for this tweak. It just changes the background color of the 3D Touch menu without adjusting the text color or the background transparency accordingly to bring an overall better look.

Whether you’ll like this tweak or not depends completely upon your aesthetic preferences. 3DColorChanger10 is available in Cydia’s BigBoss repo for $0.99 and supports iOS 10. Let us know what you think about it in the comments below.

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