People who love to check out for beautiful themes and try them on their devices will be very happy to know that we've got for you a new redesigned theme for iPhone/iPad and iPod Touch called Aplo, this beautiful theme designed by Sentry, subscribed to as he meticulously slaved away at his latest jailbreak release.
The theme supports more than 300 apps Aplo is “flat” done right. We’ve had the pleasure of going hands on with the theme over the last few days, we’ve created an in-depth video that showcases the inner workings of the theme. You don’t want to miss this.
Once install the theme on your iPhone, open Winterboard and choose Aplo theme then tap on "Respring" button..The four sections are Interface, Notification Center, Lock Screen, and Icons. Each section works just as you might expect it would, providing theming to the specific section that it’s named after.
In total, Aplo features over 300 different custom themed app icons. While that may not seem like a lot when compared to other more established themes, it’s a major accomplishment right out of the gate for what is essentially a one man crew.
You’ll find icon support for most of the popular iOS apps, and even a few obscure apps. Sentry states that this is only just the beginning as far as app icon support goes, so you can expect the total icons to balloon as the theme matures.
As a bit of a bonus, there are two additional theme sections included in WinterBoard for Aplo users. The extras, dubbed “xtra” in WinterBoard, allow you to remove some of the tint from the Home and Lock screen wallpaper, along with the ability to reestablish app icon labels if you’re not someone who digs the label free look. Personally speaking, I recommend omitting the use of the extra features, as it takes some of the integrity away from the designer’s minimalistic vision.
If you’re interested in taking Aplo for a test drive, you can find it for $1.49 on Cydia’s BigBoss repo. Have a look at it, and tell us what you think about it in the comments. Is this the best jailbreak theme you’ve ever seen, does it rank in your top 5, or are you, perhaps, disappointed by what you see? Sound off in the comments below.