Crayola – Extensive customization for Twitter app

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Crayola – In depth customization for Twitter app

Apart from an evening mode and few different knick-knacks, the native Twitter app doesn’t provide any customization choices to iOS customers. Its evening mode, too, is a far cry from a devoted OLED darkish mode that saves up battery. That’s the place this new tweak is available in.

Crayola is an entire customization suite for the Twitter iOS app. It’s developed by Auxilium Workforce member Chloe Kuznetsov.

It helps you to customise the general colour scheme, change colours of the like and favourite buttons, messages, hyperlinks, and textual content. It’s also possible to create customized presets to vary the colour scheme in line with your temper.

Crayola segments the assorted customization choices into 4 completely different sections –

  • Consumer interface (UI)
  • Tint
  • Textual content
  • Messages

You’ll be able to choose any of those choices and use them to customise them utilizing the builtin colour picker. Alternatively, you can even choose any of the presets to customise Twitter mechanically.

I’ll edit Crayola’s inventory red-black theme and exchange it with a customized yellow-black theme within the tutorial under.

Step 1 Open the Settings app and open the preferences part of Crayola.


Step 2 At first, guarantee that the “Enabled” possibility is toggled on. If it’s disabled, flip it on and open the Darkmode (UI) part to customise the general colour scheme of the darkish mode. It’s also possible to customise the Lightmode (UI) if you wish to use a “vivid mode”.

Step three Faucet the aspect you need to customise and alter its colour utilizing Crayola’s built-in colour picker.


Step four Change the colours of the assorted parts from the Tint, Textual content, and Messages part. Keep in mind, you need to solely change the colour of the weather that aren’t black or white. This may guarantee your last theme stays in step with the inventory theme.

Step 5 When you’ve made the specified adjustments, return to its preferences and faucet Respring. As soon as the Springboard restarts, adjustments shall be immediately utilized to your Twitter app.

Step 1 Open the preferences part of Crayola.

Step 2 Choose Presets (Darkmode) or Presets (Lightmode) relying in your temper. You’ll be able to choose any theme from the next –

  • OLED
  • OLED Purple
  • Apollo
  • Darkmode
  • Onyx
  • ChineseBlackBlueberry
  • RaisinAmericanBlue
  • Blue
  • Banana

I’ll use the Apollo (Theme) preset for my Twitter app. If you happen to personal an iPhone X, I’d suggest utilizing an OLED theme as a result of it saves numerous battery.

For these of you who don’t have an older mannequin, you may nonetheless use any of the OLED themes however after all, it is not going to look nearly as good because it does on an iPhone X.

Step three Faucet Respring possibility from the entrance web page to restart the springboard. If adjustments will not be utilized to the Twitter app, restart it.

It’s also possible to save customized presets and change between them from its preferences. Nonetheless, I wouldn’t suggest doing that since there’s quite a bit that might go flawed whereas modifying system information with Filza.

If you happen to actually need to save your preset, merely comply with the directions given within the tweak. When you reserve it by way of Filza, you may entry it from the “Your Customized Presets” part.

In case you are on the lookout for a complete tweak for customizing Twitter, Crayola is certainly value putting in. Given its options, the tweak ought to no less than be priced at $2.00. Extremely beneficial.

However prior to installing it, remember to uninstall Twitter++ and NoPromosTwitter. They’re identified to trigger battle with this tweak and the Twitter app will crash when you’ve got them put in in your Apple system.

Crayola is offered for download on Packix repo without cost. It’s appropriate with iOS 11.