inspried widgets on iOS 13
Each day, turn up each. Comet launches the iOS 13 operating system with 14-inspired widgets. Here’s how this modification can be made on your iPhone and iPad.
Apple’s new mobile operating system-iOS 14-allows you to add widgets to your home screen. This feature doesn’t work on devices running iOS 13.
Ah, it’s not the kind of patient that jailbreak enthusiasts are. Now they want it all and they want it their way. This is the spot where this latest tweak comes in.come brings iOS 14-style widgets to jailbroken devices running iOS 13. It is developed by veteran tweak developer Dylan West aka iOSthemem0d.
This update supports the following widgets as of this writing
Here’s a video demonstration of that incredible tweak.
HOW WITH COMET IOS 14-STYLE WIDGETS ON IOS 13
SETTING UP ACTIVATOR GESTURES
You will need to go to Activator tweak in the Settings to select the gesture to invoke Comet.
We will use home screen gestures, for the sake of this tutorial. Go to At home Screen >Double Tap And you’ll see Comet has two options for gesture
- Hide Comet
- Show Comet
Assign this “Show Comet” gesture to
If you don’t like double-tap, you can use other gestures too. Just make sure the output is good. You don’t want the five-finger pinch performed just to trigger widgets on your home screen.Select a gesture option to display Comet, and then pick another gesture option to cover Comet. This will display Comet or hide it when you use the desired gesture.
We strongly suggest using the gesture “From Screen Bottom,” to cover Comet. Simply swiping up from the bottom of the computer you can disable widgets.
Customize Section > Select Preferred mode (Adaptive or color mode)
(Adaptive) as intelligently change wiget style We are recommend it setting
Section “Add Modules” and drag any of the modules you wish to top (enabled sections).
Settings – Comet
(Off) – Attaches a lock button to module top-right corner. If allowed, the widget will be locked to its default location. To move the module, simply press the lock button to toggle it.
(Rounded)-Sets modules form. We suggest you setting it to “Rounded”
3.Scroll options –
(horizontal) Sets the style of scrolling to switch between different modules.
|1.STORAGE||1.Background Color “black” -Sets the background color of the storage widget|
2.Label Color “white” -Sets the label color of the storage module.
3.Progress Color “green” -Sets the progress color
Bolt Color “white” -Sets the bolt color
|2.APPS||1.Background Color “white” -Sets the background color of the apps module.|
2.Label Color “white” -Sets the label color of the apps module.
3.Title -Sets the default title text.
4.Apps -Select the apps that will appear in the module.
|3.BATTERY||1.Background Color “black” –Sets the background color for the battery module.|
2.Label Color “white” –Sets the label color of the battery module.
3.Progress Color “green” –Sets the progress bar color.
4.Bolt Color “white” –Sets the color of the charging bolt that appears while your device is charging.
|4.CALENDAR||1.Background Color (black) –Sets the background color of the calendar module.|
2.Day Label Color (white) –Sets the day label color.
Label Color (white) –Sets the label color.
|5.CELLULAR||1.Banner Color (green) –Sets the banner color of the cellular module. |
2.Background Color (white) –Sets the background color.
3.Label Color (white) –Sets the label color.
|6.WIFI||1.Banner Color (blue) –Sets the banner color of the WiFi widget.|
2.Background Color (white) –Sets the background color of the WiFi module.
3.Label Color (white) –Sets the label color of the WiFi module.
|7.ICLOUD||1.Banner Color (light blue) –Sets the banner color of the iCloud module.|
2.Background Color (white) –Sets the background color of the iCloud module.
3.Label Color (white) –Sets the label color of the iCloud widget.
|8.SAFARI||1.Banner Color “light blue” –Sets the banner color of the Safari widget.|
2.Background Color “black”–Sets the background color of the Safari module. We recommend setting it to black.
3.Label Color “white” –Sets the label color of the Safari module.
4.Button Color “white” –Sets the button color.
5.Search Icon Color “grey” –Sets the search icon color.
6.Search Label Color “white” –Sets the label color.
7.Search Bar Color “grey” –Sets the search bar color.
8.Bookmarks –Sets the bookmark URL link and image.
|9.MUSIC||1.Label Color “white” – Sets the label color of the music widget.|
2.Button Color “white” – Sets the button color of the music widget.
|10.MAPS||1.Button Color “white” –Sets the button color of the maps widget.|
3.Search Icon Colour “grey” –Sets the search icon color of the maps widget.
4.Label Color “white” –Sets the label color.
5.Search Bar Color “grey” –Sets the search bar color.
Apply Changes your Device
The(Apply) button resprints your device. for changes to take effect and the reset button restores, the default settings.On the main page there is a gear button where you can find Dylan’s Twitter profile and enter his Discord server for discussion and update.
WIDGETS ACTIVATE USING ACTIVATOR GESTURES
Once everything has been set up correctly, you’ll want to activate your widgets. If you’ve used the above gestures, do a double-tap gesture to enable the widgets.Carry out the swipe-up gesture at the bottom of the screen to cover Comet.
Cydia Tweak / Download comet
Comet downloadable for $1.99 on Twickd Cydia repo. Is iOS 13 compliant.
- All in all, Comet is a consistency tweak that ports a significant feature of iOS 14 to iOS 13. Suggested!
- That being said, it has here and there a few bugs and glitches. The Settings app, for example, crashes as soon as you attempt to install a new tab.
- If you’re patient type, you can either go with Comet or wait until this fall Apple releases iOS 14.
- Before downloading it on your computer make sure you don’t need iOS 12 or higher. This fix isn’t working on these versions