Eclipse, a jailbreak tweak we showcased late last month, adds a lovely Night Method to the interface of iPhone individuals. And now, Eclipse has been handed a valuable update, bringing with it, to name a few points, beta assistance for the iPad. Details after the break!

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Despite the fact that the native UI has transformed dramatically with iOS 7, it still births remainders of the aged visual, in that it’s mainly light and intense. Those searching for an alternative, darker look can take to WinterBoard, DreamBoard et alia, however these applications simply really scrape the surface area, and do not supply a system-wide solution.

Eclipse is, nonetheless, a great deal more in-depth, bringing darker shades to much of the interface for subtle night viewing.

Along with beta iPad help in this version, there have actually been various efficiency enhancements made, as well the common wave of pest solutions. It’s still something of a work-in-progress, with the designer still having a couple of concerns to settle, however with such quick updates and iPad assistance already a component of the offer, it most likely won’t be too long before Eclipse can provide a much more sleek, comprehensive encounter.


While changing between dark method and stock is very simple, we would love for this tweak to be upgraded in the future with some kind of scheduler, so a tool could instantly sweep between the two set-ups based upon a determined time. Better still, it could be programmed to work with the natural daytime, changing to dark method when the sun sets similar to several of the navigation apps around.

The developer did tip, after preliminary release, that a scheduling center would certainly loom, so ideally, we won’t need to hang around also wish for it to reveal itself.

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Still, also at its existing period, Eclipse is a great little tweak, and well worth the download for 99 pennies over at the BigBoss database.

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