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07-29-2014, 07:40 PM #1
Five WinterBoard Themes for iOS 7 That Are Worth Checking Out July 29th Edition
If you feel like it's time to spice up your iOS 7 device with a new theme, then we've got a few neat new themes to show you. On July 13th, we showed you five cool WinterBoard themes to check out, and we're always looking for more awesome themes to show you!
For now, here are five more awesome WinterBoard themes that are worth checking out for your iOS 7 device. These aren't in any specific order, but they're all worthy of recognition. Check them out!
1. 1One $2.99
First on our list is 1One by Blue. This theme feels like a very complete theme that comes with more than just 200 application icons with 7 different styles, but also a handful of iWidgets, support for GroovyLock and LockHTML 3, IconOmatic, five wallpapers including one dynamic one, Zeppelin support, JellyLock7 support, Status Bar and UI themes, loading screens, system sounds, and much more. The overall look of this theme is professional and stunningly simple. You can tell right off the bat that a lot of time was put into the design and features of this theme, and it's definitely worth taking a look at.
2. Avanti $2.99
Second, we'll be putting the spotlight on Avanti by ZFrost. This colorful theme offers users 150 beautiful application icons with 3 different icon sets, iWidget support, IconOmatic support, Boot Logo support, Zeppelin support, ClassicDock support, and even comes with some custom wallpapers. Your icons are given an overhaul that retains a semi-flat appearance with a colorful emboss effect to them. If you like the appearance of simple, you'll probably be able to appreciate the appearance of Avanti.
3. CK Pro FREE
If you're more into the round application icons, then you could probably enjoy CK Pro by Ljay170. This is a very simple and free theme with a gorgeous design that screams simple while keeping a complex icon design. Each of the application icons have a solid white border around the colored backgrounds to help them pop against whatever wallpaper you might be using. Overall, this is a great-looking theme for those looking to not pay anything for their customization.
4. Colorize7 99’
Next up, we'd like to show you Colorize7 by BCT. The idea behind this theme was to keep the overall look and feel of the flatness of iOS 7, but to make the application icons even simpler. Many of your application icons are as simple as a background color with a glyph in the center, but others are little more complicated. The developer actively works on this theme by way of whim and requests from users, so it's definitely a theme that gets a lot of support. Check it out!
5. Evo iOS7 $2.99
Last, but not least, we will be showing you Evo iOS7 by Colinred. This theme really gives you something different a gold and wooden appeal for your device like you've never seen before, and might go along very nicely with a gold iPhone 5s. This theme will not only mask plenty of your application icons, but also plenty of parts of the iOS 7 UI, including Control Center, Notification Center, the Lock Screen, and more. The theme comes with plenty of new wallapers, as well as support for JellyLock7 and more. Be sure to check it out!
You can watch our video overview on all five of these themes below:
All of these themes do require WinterBoard, which is a free download from Cydia if you don't already have it. You will need to enable each of these themes from WinterBoard and then respring your device for them to take effect.
These themes have all been tested to work on the Pangu 1.1.0 jailbreak for iOS 7.1.x.
If you've got a theme you want us to check out, please keep the suggestions coming in the comments the feedback is much appreciated! If you're a theme developer, don't hesitate to get in touch with us!
07-29-2014, 07:59 PM #2
Five WinterBoard Themes for iOS 7 That Are Worth Checking Out July 29th Edi...
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. That's all I'm saying!
Desire theme for the win!
07-29-2014, 11:30 PM #3
Mocha is easily the theme of the ios 7 era. Also, daylight and origami.
Blue's OS X looks promising as well.
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07-30-2014, 02:36 AM #4
Not to toot my own horn but I still think RingMasker should be in here...
Released in Jan '14 and my most recent version (4.0) is at 22,000+ downloads (330,000+ total DLs)! Not too bad for being 7 months old IMO...
07-30-2014, 10:53 AM #5
Was that a necessary comment? Seriously? This isn't about Desire, it's about new themes.
07-30-2014, 02:00 PM #6
Anytime I install Winterboard, it kills my animations. Opening and closing apps, folders, etc is all instant now with no transitions. Anyone know how to fix this, other than removing Winterboard?
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07-30-2014, 02:13 PM #8
I've got a 5s. I'll take a look into my other tweaks and see if something is conflicting, maybe. Thanks for the reply!
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07-30-2014, 06:27 PM #12
We already posted about Desire though in a previous thread. We're not interested in repeating ourselves post after post.
Four WinterBoard Themes for iOS 7 That Are Worth Checking Out – June 22nd Edition
All of our previous theme articles are linked into each other. There is a linking issue as far as our app is concerned, but it should work just fine on the Web.
Last edited by Anthony Bouchard; 07-30-2014 at 06:30 PM.
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07-31-2014, 10:07 AM #14
The age of the package is irrelevant. If the theme looks nice on iOS 7, we appreciate anyone stepping up with suggestions. Finding themes in Cydia with no tips is not an easy task.
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07-31-2014, 10:55 AM #17
No I'm not I'm just stating it was released about a month ago is all, if you count by months July to June it was a month, if you want to count by days it was a month and 24 days ago to be exact. Getting all hyped up over this little issue is freaking petty!
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