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Tweaks Updated May 13, 2024

Navale tweak enables a customizable gradient for Dock

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Navale, originally developed by Lacertosus, was an excellent jailbreak tweak for iOS 11 – iOS 14 that allowed users to customize the Dock by adding a gradient effect to the background. This version is still available for download through Packix Repo. Because of its open-source nature, a new version for iOS 15 – iOS 16 has been released with support for modern rootless jailbreaks such as Dopamine or Palera1n.

Summary

  • Navale was originally released as an open source tweak by Lacertosus. It has not been updated by the developer since iOS 14.2 leaked support for new jailbreaks.
  • Version 3.0 with support for rootless jailbreaks like Palera1n and Dopamine was released by a different developer operating under the moniker b4db1r3.
  • Both Version 2.0 and 3.0 are up for grabs, yet they reside in distinct repositories.
  • Navale, along with a plethora of tweaks crafted over the years by Lacertosus, has been released under the MIT license. You can access its source code on GitHub.

Repository

Navale tweak for rootless jailbreaks was released through b4db1r3’s personal repository. To access the tweak and enable a customizable gradient that replaces your Dock background, add the Navale Repo to a package manager and install the tweak for iOS 15 – iOS 16.


Overview

Navale 3.0, crafted by b4db1r3, is the latest version of the renowned jailbreak tweak, offering a new Dock experience by integrating gradients into the system Dock. It was primarily designed to seamlessly integrate with rootless jailbreaks such as Dopamine or Palera1n. Beyond its primary function, b4db1r3 has thoughtfully infused Navale 3.0 with a slew of fresh features.

Upon installation, Navale integrates a new preference pane into the Settings app, allowing users to tailor the tweak according to their preferences. Within this intuitive interface, users can select between horizontal or vertical gradients, curate their desired color schemes, toggle the addition or removal of borders, and override the native corner radius, among other customizable options.

The previous version 2.2.7 of Navale tweak, updated in 2020, empowered users to select customizable gradients in both horizontal and vertical orientations, seamlessly integrating with ColorFlow4 to dynamically adjust the color palette for the Dock.

Screenshot of Navale tweak running rootless jailbreak.

Now, in its latest update, the tweak extends its support to Floating Dock. Additionally, users gain access to settings that allow for the modification of border radius and color, providing further control over the appearance of their device's Dock. Navale 3.0 supports rootless jailbreaks.

What's new

  • Added presets for dark and light modes.
  • Fixed gradient directions, and gradient flip.
  • Dynamic settings, no need to respring to see changes.
  • Added support for iOS 15 and iOS 16.
  • Added options to modify Dock border radius and border color.
  • Included rootless package.

b4db1r3 ingeniously leveraged the source code of Navale tweak for iOS 10 – iOS 14 to roll out an update, facilitating compatibility with the Dopamine and Palera1n jailbreaks.

As a result, users across modern jailbreak platforms now have the opportunity to install the tweak and indulge in a visually pleasing enhancement for their Dock.


How to install Navale on iOS 16

Navale can be downloaded through the b4db1r3 Repo. To install the amazing tweak for your Dock on your iPhone running iOS 15 to iOS 16 jailbreak, simply add the Navale Repository to your package manager. Navale 3.0 is listed in the Tweaks category. However, Navale 2.2.7 released on June 2nd, 2020 for iOS 11 – 14.2 is available on Packix Repo.

To install Navale tweak on your jailbroken iOS device, follow the steps:

  1. Open the Sileo app from the Home Screen.
  2. Tap on the Sources tab, then select Edit.
  3. Add the following repository URL:
    https://b4db1r3r3p0.yourepo.com
  4. Install the Navale package from the new repository.
  5. To apply all changes, respiring your iPhone.
  6. Once installed, the Navale tweak can be enabled from the Settings app.
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