SnowBoard – a new theme platform picks up where WinterBoard left off

jail-broken handset namely WinterBoard is ringing a bell. Hence with WinterBoard not seeing anything as much TLC in recent years, there are no signs well in any time soon.

Hence with SnowBoard, a brand-new and lightweight successor renowned WinterBoard theming platform by SparkDev and Dennis D. Bednarz. Thus installation of SnowBoard, not only finds an app icon on your home screen but a new preferences pane in the Settings app.

Thus one can:

  • Toggle on or off SnowBoard on demand
  • Choose a theme one wants to use
  • Just drag from the “Disabled” to the “Enabled” section
  • Customize your Home screen icon attributes
  • Configure custom app icon corner radius
  • Configure custom app icon scale
  • Hide app icon labels

When installs compatible themes from Cydia, should find them in the “Select Theme…” menu. Thus, one quickly applies them and switches between them on demand, hence by moving them from one section to the other.

Another neat feature into SnowBoard is one can tap and hold any app icon to put your device into ‘jiggle’ mode and double-tap on an app icon to customize it even further:

In this interface, you can:

  • Replace an app icon with alternative app icons
  • Replace an app icon with another existing app icon
  • Replace an app icon with an image from your Camera Roll

Right out of the box, SnowBoard looks a promising way to customize your jailbroken-handset aesthetic. Hence to note that not only does it offer compelling features and extensive compatibility, all of this without hogging critical system resources.

Thus, one never heavily invested in a theming aspect of jailbreaking SnowBoard a refreshing experience. Hence one gets interested in SnowBoard tries, to download it for free from Cydia’s Chariz repository.