If you're looking for a cool way to bring the power of Control Center to somewhere other than where Apple already has it, then check out a new jailbreak tweak called CCDock
by iOS developer sharedRoutine. With CCDock, you will be able to swipe through the application dock in iOS in order to bring up different sections of Control Center.
By default, your Home Screen shows the usual application icons on your Home Screen's application dock, but when you swipe to the right, you will be greeted with features such as toggles, AirDrop/AirPlay, Brightness, music controls, and application shortcuts to Flaslight, Timer, Calculator, and Camera each time you swipe – each of these are usually different sections in the stock Control Center when you drag up from the bottom of the display.
The tweak does away completely with the blurred background behind the application dock icons so that the toggles and controls will all look decent. The tweak goes with transparency instead.
CCDock will also add a preferences pane to the Settings application so that you can enable or disable the tweak on demand. Note that you will need to respring any time that you enable or disable the tweak:
CCDock is fully compatible with tweaks like Auxo 2, CCLoader, FlipControlCenter, and more. Additionally, it's compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit iPhones, iPod touches, and iPads. The developer is working on adding more behavior options to the tweak in the near future too!
If you'd like to give CCDock a try, it's available in Cydia's BigBoss repository for just 99¢. The tweak does require iOS 7 to be installed. (Note: there is a bug in the current version that may cause the toggles to be unresponsive for some. We're unsure why, but it doesn't affect everybody. We'll update this post when it's fixed!)
iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.6
Check out our video review below: