Thanks to jailbreaking, the small number of appearance customization options available in iOS expands significantly. While it’s not a major revamp, an awesome tweak lets you change Notification Center text color on iPhone.
The tweak is called NCTextColor and allows you to customize the text colors of each section of the Notification Center. As a result, you can have a different color for the date in the Today section, and other colors for elements displayed in the Notification section.
Besides editing the date color, you can also customize the color for headers, the Today section text, and the Notifications section. The number of colors to choose from is huge, to say the least since you get a Hex color picker for this purpose.
You can use NCTextColor to simply change Notification Center text color on iPhone but also to get better contrast if you have a custom background from another tweak.
The options it provides are straightforward so altering the colors for Notification Center elements is a breeze. You can get NCTextColor tweak from Cydia at no cost and it supports jailbroken devices running iOS 9 and newer versions.
Have you tried NCTextColor and what other visual customization tweaks are you using on your iPhone? Let us know in the comments section.