One of the annoyances that iOS users experience when using apps is the that they're not completely displayed in full screen. The title bars and/or toolbars in an app can take up quite a bit of screen real estate. The latest versions of Google Chrome and Facebook have remedied this by hiding the title bars and toolbars once the user scrolls down. The hidden elements will show itself again when you scroll back up. This gives the user a somewhat full screen effect. If you wish to have the same full screen effect work on all your other apps, you need to check out this jailbreak tweak.
This new jailbreak tweak is made by none other than master tweak creator Ryan Petrich, who sure have been churning out a lot of free tweaks as of late. The name of the tweak is FullScroll. Just like with the newest versions of Chrome and Facebook, Fullscroll tweak will allow you to view apps in full screen by scrolling down the page. Scrolling down the page will cause the title bars and toolbars to be hidden from view, giving you that much-needed screen space for better reading and navigation. Scrolling upwards will cause the title bars and toolbars to reappear. Again, Fullscroll tweak works on multiple applications.
In Fullscroll's preferences pane, you can customize the tweak on a per-app basis. For each app, you can select whether to hide the title bar, hide both toolbar and title bar or use the default standard iOS scrolling. This is really a good thing since there might be applications where you don't want the tweak to work. Fullscroll tweak's preferences pane gives you that much flexibility in terms of options.
The best thing about this tweak is that it can be yours for FREE. Fullscroll is available in Cydia via the BigBoss repo for no cost at all. [via ModMyi]Contact Us for News Tips, Corrections and Feedback