'FullScroll' Auto-hides the Title Bar to Give You a "Full Screen" Experience
is a new free jailbreak tweak by iOS hacker and developer Ryan Petrich
that automatically hides the title bars and/or toolbars in an application when scrolling down to give you a much more full-screen effect. When you begin to scroll back up again, the hidden elements will reveal themselves again, similarly to what happens in the latest Facebook or Google Chrome applications for iOS.
In all, the tweak is very simple; however, the visual effect that comes from hiding the potentially unnecessary elements is not only easy on the eyes, but gives you a little more screen space to use for reading or navigating. The tweak works across multiple applications, and not just the Settings application pictured above.
From the tweak’s preferences pane in the Settings application, you will be able to configure the tweak on a per-application basis. You can choose to hide the title bar, the title bar and toolbar, or leave it to work the way it normally would without the jailbreak tweak installed:
If you’re interested in giving FullScroll a try, you can grab it for free from Cydia’s BigBoss repository.
Developer: Ryan Petrich