'CCHide' Lets You Enable and Disable Sections to Your Liking in Control Center in iOS 7
While iOS 7's Control Center is extremely useful, it does pack a lot of options into a cramped space, and not everyone utilizes every single feature in Control Center to its full potential.
A new free jailbreak tweak dubbed CCHide
by iOS developer developersBliss aims to allow users to simplify Control Center so that it caters to their needs.
As shown above, CCHide lets you control the sections that are visible in Control Center for iOS 7, so if you really don't use the media controls, or the AirDrop Sharing feature, you can hide both of those sections and make it so that Control Center only shows you the useful toggles, brightness slider, and shortcuts.
CCHide adds a preferences pane to the Settings application where you can easily enable and disable individual Control Center sections on demand:
An additional option, dubbed "Conditional Media Controls," will only display the media controls in Control Center when music is actually playing. When music is not playing, the media controls will be collapsed and out of the way.
If you want to give CCHide a try, it's available for free in Cydia's BigBoss repository. CCHide is 64-bit ready, but also runs on 32-bit devices.