Some of you probably remember Define for iOS 7, which was a tweak by iOS developer ravirajm that allowed you to easily define or look up words right from Control Center.

The same developer has just released a CCToggles extension called Define CCToggle that will do the exact same thing, but implements the Define button into the Control Center shortcut menu rather than creating its own button in Control Center. In turn, this effectively reduces clutter, and yet still gives you the functionality that you desire.

As shown above, the tweak adds a new button to the shortcut menu in Control Center, which when tapped, brings up a place to type in a word, and then choose to define the word with a dictionary, look up the word via Wikipedia, or find similar words with a Thesaurus. In our example, we defined the word with the dictionary, and you can see what the dictionary looks like in the screenshots.

The tweak itself has no options to configure, but you will be able to go to the CCToggles preferences pane in your Settings application to configure the Define CCToggle so that it shows up where you want it to:

Define CCToggle is nicely implemented and works off of deVbug's CCToggles extension for Control Center. If you don't already have CCToggles installed, it will be installed when you install Define CCToggle. The tweak can come in handy in a pinch when you want to quickly look something up. If you'd like to give this tweak a try, it's available right now in Cydia's BigBoss repository for 99. You must be running iOS 7 to install it.

Name: Define CCToggle
Price: 99
Version: 1.0
Requirements: iOS 7.0-7.0.6, CCToggles
Tested on: iPhone 5 running iOS 7.0.6
Repo: BigBoss
Developer: ravirajm
Editor's Rating:  5/5