• Control your Notification Center with Lace

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    Lace is an updated version of NCObey for iOS 10, with more features.

    The Notification Center in iOS has come a long way. We now have widgets, Notifications, and Spotlight search a swipe away. Over the years, developers have created a lot of different tweaks for it. Ranging from removing UI elements to creating a new Browser page. Andreas Henriksson being no different has created Lace. It brings the functionality of NCObey to iOS 10, with some extra features.

    The main feature of NCObey was the ability to change to the Today view or Notification View. By moving your finger to the left or right when swiping down, you can change which view you'll see. This also works if you slide down from the left or right section of the screen. Left for Today view and right for Notifications. Lace also lets you remove the Search Bar and choose which Chevron icon to use. This is nice for users who like to customise the look and feel of their UI.

    You're also able to select the default view that will appear first every time. Lastly, and perhaps the most interesting feature is 'Automode'. It will only show the Notification View if there are pending notifications.

    Lace is free on the BigBoss repo, go check it out if you're jailbroken. You've got nothing to lose!
    This article was originally published in forum thread: Control your Notification Center with Lace started by Josh Pasholk View original post
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