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  • 'NoPageDots7' Hides the Page Dots at the Bottom of Your iOS 7 Home Screen

    On your home screen, there are page dots below the last row of home screen application icons, right above your dock. These show you what page of your home screen you're on, and you can tap on them to quickly get from one page to another. On the other hand, if you never use them for anything, what's the point of having them there?

    If you're looking to hide the page dots from your iOS home screen, you can do so with a new free jailbreak tweak called NoPageDots7 by iOS developer Tyler Flower.

    After installing the tweak, the page dots disappear from your home screen, as shown above. Removing unwanted items from the home screen gives the home screen a less-cluttered interface and makes it look more simplistic.

    On the other hand, the page dots are kind of a nice touch to the home screen, and if you actually use the page dots, then you obviously wouldn't want to hide them.

    NoPageDots7 doesn't have any options to configure, and it works on all devices. If you want to give the tweak a try, it's available for free in Cydia's BigBoss repository.

    Name: NoPageDots7
    Price: FREE
    Version: 1.0
    Requirements: iOS 7.0-7.0.4
    Repo: BigBoss
    Developer: Tyler Flower
    Editor's Rating:  4/5
    This article was originally published in forum thread: 'NoPageDots7' Hides the Page Dots at the Bottom of Your iOS 7 Home Screen started by Anthony Bouchard View original post
    Comments 3 Comments
    1. slim.jim's Avatar
      slim.jim -
      Hopefully Wraparound get updated. Always like using this with that tweak.
    1. splicerd's Avatar
      splicerd -
      Nice. I never used the dots anyway...
    1. Scotty Manley Silberhorn's Avatar
      Scotty Manley Silberhorn -
      Don't use the dots in the first place. Since iOS 7 has infinite apps in folders, I've consolidated everything down to one simple page. If I need to get to an app that is burried, I use spotlight. Yes my folders are labeled and apps are categorized still.