'TransparentVolume' Lets You Adjust the Transparency of the iOS 7 Volume HUD
For those of you looking at the various options for customizing iOS 7's user interface, one option is using a new free jailbreak tweak called TransparentVolume
by iOS developer bushe.
As shown above, TransparentVolume allows you to adjust the transparency level of the volume HUD (heads-up display) to your liking. The tweak adds the following preferences pane to the Settings application so you can adjust the volume HUD's transparency level on demand:
With 1.00 being the default transparency level, and 0.00 being invisible, you can adjust the slider anywhere you want it to be within those values. Because it's a slider, you can pick any value you want, as there are no pre-defined values.
Changes take effect immediately without the need to reboot or respring your device. If you want to give TransparentVolume a try, it's available for free in Cydia's ModMyi repository.