A number of developers have actually already updated their tweaks and themes for iOS 7, while others are still anxiously dealing with obtaining their work of art in front of the masses. The Athena plan by Vatsal Manot was usually counted on by pre-iOS 7 users to apply a little style and style to the device without the need for big WinterBoard style installations. It could have taken a while, but Manot has actually reworded his package from scratch to be fully compatible with iOS 7 and launched it as a new tweak called Athena 2.

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Athena 2 is a direct spin-off of its predecessor, and therefore deals practically the same performance that users are utilized to with the tradition variation of the plan. The tweak itself is normally planned to appeal to those with a jailbroken iPhone or iPad who would like to make some subtle however distinctive visual modifications to the stock user-interface, yet without the have to install and mess around with significant WinterBoard themes. Every one of the configurable alternatives of Athena 2 are managed directly with the indigenous Settings application, with the added perk being that modifications take impact quickly without the demand for a repsring or reboot. This is something which truly interest a great deal of users.

The power and charm of Athena hinges on the truth that each specific app icon could be rendered separately. This degree of control over each icon enables customers to use tinting with varying color methods and refining differences to make really distinct visuals for the tool. The rewritten model of Athena additionally presents much faster leaving to produce rapid outcomes.

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Athena 2 is a business icon tinting bundle that could be acquired for $ 0.99 from the Big Boss database in Cydia. The package calls for a jailbroken iPhone, iPod touch or iPad running iOS 7.0 or higher. It’s is offered for acquisition promptly.

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Download it, give it a whirl and do permit us understand in the remarks area exactly what you think of it.

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