CustomizeBW Jailbreak

Let’s face it, when you first upgraded to the iOS and iPadOS 14 in 2020, you might have noticed that the battery widget of Apple is not really great. This native widget is a bit bland and it doesn’t display the numeric battery percentage that makes it easy for the user to keep a track of their device’s charge.

So, if you are one of those who would like to upgrade the battery widget of an iOS or iPadOS 14 handsets, then you might want to check out the newly released jailbreak tweak known as CustomizeBW. Developed by iOS developer Miguel, this jailbreak tweak offers a lot of options to the customers to make the battery widget look aesthetically pleasing.

What we specially love about this jailbreak tweak is that it allows the users to completely customize the battery widget so that it looks entirely different from how it looked right out of the box. A few things that you can do with this tweak are as follows:

  • Modify the battery indicator shape to any of the ten options that are provided in the configuration options
  • Choose the color of the battery widget and apply it
  • Select the background of the battery widget and you have the option to choose from a gradient, an image, or simple colors
  • Get rid of the empty elements in the battery widget to give it a clean look

You will be able to make the above-mentioned changes by going to the preference pane that will get added to the Settings when you install this jailbreak tweak on your handset. Since this jailbreak tweak comes with a plethora of configuration options, users can easily get different results and this ensures that no two users will have the same battery widget look ever.

If you want to try out CustomizeBW tweak on your device and see what you can make of the battery widget, then you can purchase this tweak for $2.00 and install it from the Twickd repository via your favorite package manager. CustomizeBW is currently supported on iOS 14 devices only.

Will you be using CustomizeBW to personalize your Apple device’s battery widget or are you happy with its current look? Let us know what you think in the comments below!