ayecon for iOS, pronounced "icon" or "ai-con", is the benchmark in iOS theming. ayecon was designed to utilize every single pixel in Apple's Retina display to the max.
Apple has done an amazing job with their iOS’s look and feel and that’s where ayecon based itself from. Still keeping somewhat of the iOS look and feel, this time, adding more details that you thought never existed from brighter colours, crisp textures that you can visually feel – everything.
In ayecon, every icon shares its own little story and every detail is surreal from the wood texture in the Photos’ icon, green felt in Game Centers’ icon, to the leather texture in the notes’ icon. ayecon comes preloaded with everything that you’ll ever want in a theme from over 100+ customized icons and auto-app mask (App Store and Cydia icons) to some user interface modification. Once you use this theme, converting back to stock just won’t be the same.
Preference icons fully themed for @2x devices (working on getting @3x icons for the next update)
Various icon improvements
Please note: Clock icon, Newsstand icon, status bar icons, messages bubbles and other UI images will not be themed for iOS 8 users because WinterBoard (version 0.9.3915) currently does not recognize Assets.car files.
Version 1.0.1 (Tuesday January 28, 2014):
Added 20 new icons
Added ayecon's infamous badge shape
Lock Screen status bar icons are now bigger than SpringBoard's (remember to clear UIStatusBar cache after you update)
Reduced ayecon's package size in half! (faster download)
Version 1.0-2 (Tuesday January 21, 2014):
Added missing signal and Wi-Fi bars for Lock Screen
Please note: After updating, please clear UIStatusBar cache again for Lock Screen files to work.
Version 1.0-1 (Saturday January 18, 2014):
Renamed wallpaper files to avoid conflicts
Version 1.0 (Saturday January 18, 2014):
Initial release with iOS 7 support
Q: I checked “ayecon StatusBar iOS 7” in WinterBoard but my signal and Wi-Fi icons haven’t changed, why? A: WinterBoard currently does not delete the status bar cache file so the manually work around would be to navigate to: /private/var/mobile/Library/Caches/com.apple.UIStatusBar and delete the following: images (folder) and version. Respring.
Q: Now that I have cleared the cache, how come the status bar works everywhere else but the Lock Screen? A: Update/install the latest version (1.0-2), which adds the missing signal and Wi-Fi bars. Remember to clear the cache (read above) and respring.