The iPhone application system has drastically improved over the years, but it can still use some work. The notifications, while useful, are all monochrome, making it difficult to distinguish which app has sent each alert, and not even mentioning the overall overall look. This is where jailbreak tweaks can come in handy.
Palette such a tweak that adds to the feel of your iPhone stock notifications and today widgets. Developed by Maxwell Dausch with the free tweak, you can completely color widgets and banners while applying other effects to a custom look that is guaranteed to stand out from the audience.
Step 1: Install Packix Repo  Before you can install Palette, you must first download an external repo containing the package. To do so, switch to Cydia and click "Sources" at the bottom of the screen, then select "Edit" in the upper right corner, followed by "Add" at the top left.
When a URL Instant Message appears, type repo.packix.com in the blank field, and then press "Add Source". Allow a few minutes for repo to complete the installation and then press "Return to Cydia" when the process is complete.
With Packix repo now available, you came to the search page by tapping the magnifying glass icon at the bottom right of Cydia. Input "palette" in the search field and select tweak when it appears in the result bar. Now press "Change" in the upper right corner to begin the installation.
A menu prompt will appear at the bottom of the "Change" selection, then select "Install" and then press "Confirm" to complete your selection. The palette will now be installed on your iPhone, so give it a while to download. Afterwards, click "Restart SpringBoard" to revive your iPhone and complete the tweak installation.
The palette is enabled by the bat mouse and it breathes directly into your iPhone's widgets and sign-ups through various colors that match apps icons. News and Weather, for example, are now finished in shades of red and blue, respectively. If you want your widgets and banners to appear even more, tweak offers a variety of options to further customize its look.
As with many jailbreak tweaks, Palette can be accessed from the Settings app and once selected, offers a variety of options to further customize the colors and layout to drag down and lock the notification banners, as well as the widgets. It is worth noting that the Customize Now option has been removed from Palette, which has been moved to another tweak, Artsy.
The palette gives you the same customization options for both banners and widgets. These consist of "Blur Style" to set transparency, "Label Color" to change the colors of the text of messages and widgets, "Gradient" to determine their overall hue, a "Fake Header" that separates the banner and widget into a headline and body and "Underline" for a clearer boundary between the head and the body.
In addition to these basic parameters, you can further customize the overall look of your iPhone's application banners and widgets using a custom color for each gradient and false header setting by enabling the "Customize" option and applying the color you choose . But you choose to customize your iPhone widgets and banners, be sure to hit "Respring" to set them in stone.