• NotificationTester for iOS 10 lets you send test notifications on your device

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    Tired of messaging yourself to test your new notifications theme?

    A lot of jailbreakers like to tweak their notification aesthetics in iOS, to make them colourful, to remove borders, and more. However, a lot of the time, you have to wait for a notification to actually pop up to see if it's working, and if you're anything like us, you're probably impatient and can't wait.

    This is where a new tweak called NotificationTester, by D4ni, comes in, and it does exactly what the name implies. It allows you to send a test notification from within the Settings.app, either as a lock screen type or just as a normal notification.

    In addition to allowing users to change the text of the test notification, it also allows you to send as if they were coming from random apps like Messages or iTunes.

    When you select that option, the notifications behave just like they were real, with the app icon and the app name being randomly chosen from one of your installed apps. This is particularly handy while testing tweaks like ColorBanners, which behave differently depending on what app the notification comes from.

    It's a simple thing, that can come in really handy and which lets you escape the "messaging yourself" issue which usually requires you to have a secondary device and often a secondary account.

    The tweak is free, and just like the name suggests, it's compatible with iOS 10. It doesn't matter if you run an iPod, iPhone or iPad, as this tweak is universal and should easily run on all form factors.

    Download the tweak from BigBoss, by following the link below, then let us know what you think in the comments.

    Download NotificationTester for free from BigBoss
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