One of the many reasons that users jailbreak their iOS devices is to customize it the way they want. If you’re one of them, you should probably check out a new jailbreak tweak known as Flurry.
Flurry allows you to adjust the blur level of the various interfaces of iOS 7 including the Lock screen passcode, Notification Center, Control Center as well, Navigation Bar, folders and much more. In other words, any part of iOS 7 that is blurred can be configured with Flurry.
Once you install the tweak, head to its preference pane in order to configure it. From there, you can enable or disable the tweak on demand, enable/disable and adjust the blur level, Color Tint alpha, grayscale tint alpha, grayscale tint level and saturation level.
Once you’re done with the configurations, simply press the ‘Respring’ button in the top right corner to respring your device and apply the new changes.
Although the tweak is quite interesting, one of the issues that I faced is that the dock background becomes darker in color which looks ugly, compared to the original one. To overcome this problem, the developer could add an option where users can choose which parts of iOS 7 should the tweak work with.
Yet, if you’re interested to give this tweak a try, head over to Cydia and download it now for free of charge.