Deluminator converts all your websites to a darker mode. It works with all browsers like Safari, Chrome, Firefox and Edge and is also compatible with built in safari used by apps by Twitter and Twitterrifc. Third party apps like ebay and cydia that display websites are also supported. Check the screenshots below to see the tweak's effect. It also brings along universal reader mode which allows you to read in a distraction free manner in any webview, not just Safari.
Webpage options can be accessed by double tapping on the webpage using two fingers.
NOTE: THIS IS A NOT A REPLACEMENT FOR ECLIPSE OR NOCTIS. IT IS MEANT TO WORK WITH ECLIPSE TO GIVE YOU COMPLETE DARK MODE. THIS IS ALSO NOT A COLORING TWEAK, SO DO NOT EXPECT TO BE ABLE TO CHANGE PAGE COLOR OR TEXT COLOR VIA SETTINGS.
After installation,go to tweak settings and enable it in the apps you want.
If you get "Unlicensed Version" error, disable LittleX and respring. Once the activation goes through, you can re-enable LittleX.
Since all websites are not made alike, it is impossible to get perfect dark modes. This is a best attempt algorithm and works with most websites. If you have find any broken website, just contact me or use the report webpage feature.
-Two modes available:
-Quick page options access (Double tap on the webview with two fingers)
-Full dark Safari UI option (iphone only)
-Works in any webview app (like Cydia, Ebay)
-Universal Reader Mode (Standalone reader mode on all browsers. This is not the same reader mode as the one in Safari and hence it will not match exactly what you see with the Safari reader)
-Dim images option with configurable brightness level
-Apply with Noctis
-CC toggle for ios 11 (CCSupport)
-View original page (reload webpage to get back to dark mode)
-Report webpage if it has issues with Deluminator
The inversion mode preserves maximum page styles but is more resource intensive. This will put more strain on your battery. I do not recommend using this mode if you have older phones like the 5s. Depending on your phone model and average web usage, experiment with both modes and decide which one provides the balance between functionality and performance for you.
Checkout the following link to have an idea how Deluminator looks on various websites and with different browsers:
If you want to see the tweak in action, check out the video review by TheTechConsumer:
If you want to know how a specific website appears in Deluminator, just let me know via Twitter @foxfortmobile or by mail: email@example.com
Below are some known issues:
-Deluminator does not play well with all ads, it is highly recommended to use a Adblock extension to remove ads
-Reader mode does not work on Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) websites
-If a website is already dark, it will be inverted to light when using inversion mode. In this case, simply blacklist it to keep it dark
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