If you're looking for a way to individualize your iOS device(s) from everybody else's, then look no further than a new jailbreak tweak called AppDye
by iOS developer Bailey Seymour.
With this tweak, you will be able to apply a colored tint to many individual interface elements of iOS 7, including keyboards, numberpads, SMS/iMessage, Status Bar, buttons, interface text, and much more. The tweak lets you use a color of your choice, or you can choose to use the dominant color of the application icon.
The tweak adds a preferences pane to the Settings application where you can configure these options to your liking:
From here, you can enable or disable the tweaks on demand, enable or disable dying your SMS/iMessage interface elements, enable or disable dying the keyboard/numberpads, enable or disable dying the Status Bar, configure the applications that will not be affected by the tweak, and even configure the color that you want to use for the dying.
We find that AppDye brings a nice dynamic look to the iOS 7 interfaces system-wide, so if you're just looking for something to spice up what the interfaces look like, then this is certainly a tweak for you. If you'd like to try it out, it's available right now in Cydia's BigBoss repository for just 99¢ – iOS 7 is required for installation.
iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.6
Check out our video review of the tweak below: