Top Cydia App To Force All iOS Apps To Run In Full Screen Mode
Developers on the Jailbrokein iPhone have always managed to surprise the community by releasing useful applications that are just impossible on iTunes app store. Today, we have yet another such app on Cydia that will put the usefulness of the status bar in question. The status bar has always been considered as useful for showing the time and remaining battery backup life. However, imagine if you don’t have to have that data to be constantly visible.
The Cydia app called Maximization is a enables you to force your entire collection of iOS apps to run in full screen mode. After getting installed, this top Cydia app immediately forces all apps to run in full screen mode. Still you may find a few application that won’t comply, but the bulk of the applications work, adding space to the app that was previously taken up by the status bar. You will instantly notice a difference in the visual experience as for example; the iOS Notes app in standard mode, and after that moving over to the same Notes app in full-screen mode.
However, hiding the status bar will surely make you blind regarding time and remaining battery backup. So, to solve the issue the developer has suggested pulling down the Notification Center from the top. You will feel that obtaining battery and time information via Notification Center method isn’t the most appealing approach, but it’s better than going back to the Home screen to see the current time.
You can even customize the Maximization app by disabling the fullscreen mode for individual apps from the app’s settings panel in the iOS Settings tab. After you have modified the fullscreen mode for an individual app, then all you have to do is just restart the app for the alterations to occur.
The best part of the story is that the developer is not charging anything for this useful tweak and you can install is all free via ModMyi repo.