The Status Bar, is a persistent feature present in the vast majority of iOS applications and user interfaces. Of course the only exception to this thumb rule will be full-screen applications such as mobile sports, video replay & a few other defection.
Despite being shielded from the aforesaid interfaces/ iPhone users can open the Notification Center to view the status bar by swiping from the top of the monitor towards detaction a grabber and then tugging down on the grabber. miserably/ this is a multi_step/ very tedious method and that is the main reason why there is a new jailbreak tweak named – Grabbi by iOS developer Arielgavrielov
Grabbi enhances the Notification Center grabber found in full screen interfaces by adding important information at a glance without opening the Notification Center/ such as the time and battery level you are generally using. The tweak also helps you to modify/ inter alia/ the aesthetics & expression of the grabber/When enabled/ Grabbi adds to the Settings app a dedicated preferences pane where you can customize a variety of settings to suit your needs,
- Toggle Grabbi enable or Disable demand > Choose between small/medium/ large Grabbi interface > Enable & configure a custom Grabbi color>Hide/show the Garbbi arrow > Enable and configure a custom Grabbi arrow color > Hide or show your device battery level via Grabbi > Enable and configure a custom font size for the device battery > Choose & custom battery font color > Configure a custom “X” coordinate for the battery indicator > Configure a custom Y coordinate for the battery indicator > Hide / show the time via Grabbi > Enable & configure a custom font size for the time > Choose custom time font color > Configure custom “X” coordinate for the time indicator > Configure a custom “Y” coordinate for the time indicator > Reset settings to their defaults > Respring to save your changes >
Absolutely with your Grabbi user interface/there is space to go out with custom colors and font sizes/ but others would choose to keep it easy by simply showing the time and battery level when they come in. We still say to each their own.