iPhone or iPad users usually receive a large number of notifications on their devices within a day. They can happen when your device is idle, or you are busy with something. Notifications will somehow show up at the top of the device screen as a banner and disappear for a while. But you can hide them manually by swiping the banner. However, it can be a big hassle for you as notifications do not hide quickly when you are on meaningful work. Therefore, installing Cucu, a jailbreak tweak released by iOS developer xyaman, will not bother you no matter how many notifications you receive.

Cucu tweak is a Notifications customization tweak for iOS 14 that allows jailbreakers to customize how their notification banners dismiss on iPhone or iPad. That means, when you receive a notification, it not only allows you to set the display time on your iPhone but also shows a simple animation that shows how long it takes for the notification to be dismissed according to the time you set it. The video below explains how the Cucu tweak works.

Cucu tweak options

Once installed, the tweak adds a dedicated preferences pane to the Settings app to configure it as you like.

Cucu tweak settings
  • Toggle Cucu on or off on demand
  • Change the banner dismiss delay time between 1-15 seconds
  • Setting up dismiss visualization style between None, Timer, and Fill
  • Customize Timer setting
    • Selecting coloring style between Adaptive and Custom
    • Choose custom color
    • Adjust the Timer animation style such as Timer size, Font Size, and Line width
  • Customize Fill settings
    • Selecting coloring style between Adaptive and Custom
    • Choose custom fill color

The developer has placed a button called Test Banner at the top of the screen to let you know what it looks like after you set it up.

You can download the Cucu tweak for free from the xyaman’s repository via your favorite package manager. The tweak supports jailbroken iOS 14. It is also open-source on the developer’s Github page.

Do you have an intention to change banner dismiss delay time with different time representations in iOS 14? Let’s know in the comments section below.

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