'Polus' Lets You Configure the App Shortcuts in Control Center
For those of you that want to have more control over the application shortcuts in iOS 7's Control Center, check out a new jailbreak tweak called Polus
by iOS development team Ałtweaks.
This tweak will let you customize the application shortcuts in Control Center to your liking by letting you choose the application shortcuts you want, customizing their order, styling, and more. All of the tweak's options can be configured from the Polus preferences pane, which can be found in the Settings application:
Once here, you can choose the application shortcuts that you want to appear in Control Center. You can pick as many as you want – if you pick more than can fit on a single page, then you can just swipe on the toggles and they'll page over to even more shortcuts.
You will also be able to adjust the order and behavior of the shortcut icons. The first option you can toggle on or off is the ability for the most recently-opened application shortcut to appear first, but under that you can order them manually by the use of grabbers. You will also find appearance options, such as size, pagination, opening to the first page of shortcuts, using circular icon borders instead of square, and configuring the glyph packs (more are available in Cydia). The tweak natively supports over 300 application glyphs.
If you would like to give Polus a try, it's available in Cydia's BigBoss repository right now for just 99˘. It's compatible with iOS 7 iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads.
iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.6