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Now compatible with iOS 9!

 

Iconoclasm is a tweak that lets you break the barriers of what you can do with your icons. Previously, you had to deal with multiple extensions that didn't necessarily play nice with each other, or use blank web clips. Not anymore.

 

You can define as many rows or columns you want. You can even break free from rows and columns, and simply have icons placed freely on your home screen. It's all up to you.

 

By the creator of Five-Column SpringBoard.

 

Check out Shrink if you want to make your icons smaller!

Recent changes

1.11 - December 19, 2015

  • Iconoclasm has been discontinued. This version is free to all and will work as long as nothing changes in the underlying OS. For more details, check the Iconoclasm website.
  • You can now set layouts within folders even without use of FolderEnhancer. Works best on iOS 9.

1.10.1 - October 17, 2015

  • iOS 9 support.
  • Fixed a bug where icons in the dock would jump to the very top of the dock on iPads when using freeform or per-page layouts.

1.10 - November 11, 2014

  • Iconoclasm now requires an ARMv7 device or better.
  • iOS 8 support.
  • Support for larger iPhone sizes. Layouts explicitly supporting iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus (in portrait and landscape) can now be created. For further information, please read the Iconoclasm Layout Guide.

1.9.1 - January 5, 2014

  • ARM64 support. iPhone 5S, iPad Air, and Retina mini now supported.
  • Fixed: Dock icons were wildly misplaced when using Infinidock on an iPad alongside freeform or per-page layouts on iOS 7
  • Fixed: Icons couldn't be moved to certain rows when using a grid layout in specific circumstances. Grid layout math has been significantly improved.

1.9 - December 31, 2013

  • iOS 7 support.
  • Layouts can now have coordinates specific to iOS 7; please read the Iconoclasm layout guide for more info.
  • System Default (4x4) renamed to "4x4".
  • Added a new System Default layout that correctly represents system default icon placement on all devices.
  • Included layouts have been revised for new screen sizes and iOS 7 metrics.

1.8.3 - March 25, 2013

  • Tall screen support added. Similarly to iPad support, layouts specifically for devices with tall screens (iPhone 5, 5th gen iPod touch) can be created by using the Cols-Tall and Rows-Tall keys for grid layouts or the Origins-Tall keys for freeform layouts.
  • Fixed: iPad users no longer experience safe mode crashes when using a layout without landscape coordinates.
  • Fixed: Page 9’s per-page layout settings now works properly.

1.8.2 - March 17, 2013

  • Fixed: Preferences restored from a backup involving per-page layouts that happen to be uninstalled on the device no longer result in stacked icons and crashes when moving icons.
  • Fixed: Safe mode crash when icons need to wrap to the next page while using per-page layouts.
  • Fixed: Brightness no longer gets reset when respringing from the settings bundle if auto brightness is enabled

1.8.1 - January 10, 2013

  • Fixed icon positioning issues when Infiniboard 2.0 is being used alongside a uniform layout.
  • There are some fixes in Infiniboard 2.0.1 as well so please update that to all the fixes necessary for Infiniboard and Iconoclasm to play along.
  • Per-page layouts and Infiniboard don't play along particularly well at the moment, so they will be disabled if Infiniboard is found.

1.8 - September 30, 2012

  • iOS 4.2 and up now required.
  • iOS 6 support.
  • The long awaited return of per-page layouts. (iOS 5 and up only.)

1.7.2 - February 2, 2012

  • Fixes an issue where Newsstand was being rearranged. Thanks to Allen Murphy for reporting the bug.

1.7.1 - November 9, 2011

  • Added Get New Layouts button to the preference bundle.
  • Added an Extras layout that can be used by Iconoclasm-compatible extensions
  • Fixed a bug where grid layouts with iPad-specific coordinates weren't displaying correctly.
  • Fixed an issue where moving icons around in freeform layouts would crash SpringBoard on iOS 5.
  • Users can now create iPad layouts that have different numbers of rows and columns depending on the orientation, as long as (rows x columns) is consistent in both orientations.

1.7.1 - November 9, 2011

  • Added Get New Layouts button to the preference bundle.
  • Added an Extras layout that can be used by Iconoclasm-compatible extensions
  • Fixed a bug where grid layouts with iPad-specific coordinates weren't displaying correctly.
  • Fixed an issue where moving icons around in freeform layouts would crash SpringBoard on iOS 5.
  • Users can now create iPad layouts that have different numbers of rows and columns depending on the orientation, as long as (rows x columns) is consistent in both orientations.

1.7 - March 11, 2011

  • Fixed a bunch of bugs that invoked MobileSubstrate's Safe Mode.
  • Fixed an issue where users' home screen layouts were reset on install.
  • Real 4.2.x support. (Can't speak for 4.3 yet but it should just work.)
  • 4.2+: Folders no longer cause a black screen when rows * cols is less than the number of icons in a folder. 4.0 and 4.1 users should upgrade if they depend on folders.
  • Better compatibility with FolderEnhancer.

1.6.1 - August 3, 2010

  • Fixes a bug where changes to settings wouldn't take effect unless the user manually toggled the enable switch on and off again.

1.6 - July 27, 2010

  • iOS 4 support added.
  • Simple mode added. (Thanks to phoenix-dev for the initial code!)
  • Landscape support for iPad; use Cols-iPad-Landscape and Rows-iPad-Landscape keys in grid layouts or Origins-iPad-Landscape in freeform layouts.
  • Per-page layouts removed while it gets re-engineered for new firmwares.
  • Experimental features removed while they get reimplemented on new firmwares.

1.5 - June 2, 2010

  • Fixes endless Safe Mode bugs.
  • Basic iPad support, just use the "Cols-iPad" + "Rows-iPad" or "Origins-iPad" keys. Improved landscape support and per-page layouts coming in upcoming upgrades.
  • A new key was added to layouts: Setting "UseRawPoints" to true will cause scaling logic to be disabled for that layout.
  • Developers: ICIconList has a new public method called usesGridLayout, letting you act differently depending on what type of layout the uniform layout is.

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