Initially after the taller screen of the sixth-generation iPhone came into existence, the primary thing was to optimize the specific work of App Store and Cydia developers to suit the taller screen. Along these lines, several tweaks and tricks were developed that and assisted the users in the progress of viewing the entire display on screen. Also, there were various ones which offered the full screen mode.
There were several tweaks that provided the resultant functionalities with respect to this domain, however a new jailbreak app called as the FullScroll has bestowed a propitious medium to functionalize the same aspect of having a full screen mode for any app. Additionally this app is also responsible for making the title and the tool bar disappear from the phone’s screen. This has been developed by the Cydia developer Ryan Petrich.
It provides a seamless approach for switching in between the normal to the full screen mode. Hence this tweak provides a peculiar trait from the other existent apps that are available. Also the individuals have the ability to decide a specific app targeted for a full screen mode. Furthermore the FullScroll is useful for removing the title bar and likewise it also provides a beneficial source for disappearing the tool bar and title bar. Otherwise the user has the option to keep both of them which helps in showing the respective app in its normal screen mode.
Moreover the jailbroken app helps in working with both the stock and third-party apps. After you download and install the same, the individual is provided a new menu which gets added onto the stock Settings app. At this juncture of time, the user has the facility to select any particular app to be displayed in the full screen mode. Hence, the best viewing in the full screen option is seen only if the title bar and tool bar are hidden from the screen.
FullScroll is available for free & can be downloaded from the BigBoss repository in the Cydia Store.