Google Chrome for iOS has simply blasted off in popularity since its original release on the platform last week. Jailbreak developers are taking advantage of the new browser by adding new features such as making it a default Web browser for iOS and now the ability to customize some of its internal options with a new free jailbreak tweak by iOS hacker and developer Ryan Petrich dubbed ChromeCustomize.
To run the script after you have added it, go to a Web site, open the Google Chrome menu, and tap on the "Read Later" button:
ChromeCustomize works with just about all services with bookmarklets. As far as the tabbing animations go, you can choose between the default animation, the iPhone (detailed) animation, or the iPad (quick) animation. With the iPhone animation, you can see your tabs change in a Zephyr-like way. With the iPad animation, it just happens quickly and you don't see much of an animation at all.
ChromeCustomize is free, but you can only download it from Ryan Petrich's private repository. To add it, open Cydia and tap on Manage, then tap on Sources, then tap on Add, and type in the following repository URL:
Repo: Ryan Petrich's repository
Developer: Ryan Petrich
Editor's Rating: 4/5
Sources: Ryan Petrich