Instagram redesigned its app a year back to switch to a flatter interface with white colors. If you’re not fond of the whitish interface, then you may want to check out a new jailbreak tweak known as ColorGram.
As the name implies, ColorGram allows you to colorize the user interface of Instagram by changing the color of various elements of the app ranging from the navigation and tab bars to the text and button colors.
Upon installing ColorGram, head to its preferences pane in Settings where you’ll find multiple sections, each dedicated to a specific element of the app’s interface. The settings include changing color of the following UI elements of Instagram:
- Navigation bar
- Tab bar
- Carousel indicator
- Text color
- Refresh view
You can also enable or disable the tweak on demand as well hide the gradient ring that appears around Stories. The good thing about the tweak is that you can enter the hex code of the color of your choice, so you’re not limited to a set of predefined colors except when you’re choosing the text color.
You don’t necessarily need to customize each and every element of the app’s interface, but by doing so, you get a consistent look across the entire app rather than having some bits colored and the others left untouched.
If you’ve never been fond of the brighter look of Instagram, then you will definitely like what ColorGram has to offer. You can switch from the white interface to any other color that you wish, even a dark color that will be soothing to your eyes during the night.
ColorGram is available for $1.49 in Cydia’s BigBoss repository and supports Instagram 10.20 and above. Let us know what you think about it in the comments below.Like this post? Share it!