Those of you that are heavily into customization are going to love this new tweak. Cursor&Selection Colors by iOS developer DngayRas allows you to change the colors of multiple text-editing elements in iOS.
The tweak affects multiple elements of iOS text-editing. One of the most notable is the color of the highlight that appears when you select text by holding down on it and adjusting the sliders. As shown above, you can edit the color of the text highlights. The tweak gives you many color choices.
In addition to the highlight color, you can also adjust the color of the bars to the left and right of the highlight when you highlight text:
Last but not least, you can also adjust the color of the cursor that appears in iOS as you’re typing text:
Choosing your settings for the tweak is easy. Just head over to your Settings application, check out the preferences pane for Cursor&Selection Colors, and choose your colors for the Cursor, Selection highlight, and Selection bars:
The colors you have to choose from for each include:
The preferences pane also comes with a complimentary text field box so you can type out some text and test your settings. The tweak's preferences take effect on the fly, so there's no need to respring each time you change your colors around.
If you want to change the colors of these iOS elements and make your iPhone cooler than everyone else's, you'll find this tweak in Cydia's BigBoss repository for just $1.
Name: Cursor&Selection Colors
Requirements: iOS 5+
Editor's Rating: / 4.5/5