Although Cydia is awash with styles, applications and a limitless supply of tweaks that could readily waste at your tool’s storage space, occasionally, it behaves to keep things basic. Several of the tweaks we have actually featured right here post-Evasi0n7 have perfectly shown that you don’t need to pound the user interface with widgets and extra fodder just since you can, which really, minimalism good. StatusBarSuite follows this sort of values, permitting you to de-clutter your status bar of all the irritating little symbols you don’t wish to see. Check it out after the fold.

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Within the status bar, points can usually obtain congested. It’s only a tiny fraction of the overall UI, yet a lot at-a-glance details is packed into it by means of icons. However while it serves, it can come to be a little as well hectic, and if you’re a supporter for keeping things as downplayed as feasible, StatusBarSuite will aid you tidy things up in time for spring.

The component I have actually personally always discovered to be a huge waste of time is the carrier text in the top-left edge. It stands to factor that, considering that you’re tossing money at a firm monthly to offer the network service, you’re most likely knowledgeable about who they are, and that little pointer is not simply taking up room, however offers no real function too.

StatusBarSuite screenshot

With StatusBarSuite, you could remove the provider, battery, time, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Battery, LTE / Wi-Fi and signify dots. Lastly, you could have the set-up you would certainly like as far as the condition bar goes, however if you would like to go one more and relocate things about, we ‘d suggest grabbing the Springtomize7 tweak, which does everything here and a lot a lot more.

StatusBarSuite repo

Still, StatusBarSuite is for free, and if you ‘d like to free up some space in your condition bar, then be certain to select it up today from the BigBoss repository.

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