How To Run iPhone and iPad Apps in Full-screen Mode – App Store is one the most amazing features of iOS with over 500000 apps of different categories. You will find apps of almost every category from Sports to Cooking, Games to Social Networking apps and millions of other apps. Some of these apps are full screen apps while others will have the status bar. When the developers are developing the apps, they can simply add the .plist settings that will remove the status bar forcing the apps to load in full screen.
The native apps on iOS are not loaded in the full screen, thanks to a developer from Cydia who has released a Cydia Tweak, named Maximization. This tweak will force all the applications to load in the full-screen mode. The idea behind this tweak is very simple, it will simply remove the status bar, So the apps will be automatically loaded in the full-screen.
Here’s what the developer posted about the maximization:
Maximization allows you to run all your Apps in Fullscreen-Mode (by removing the Statusbar).It also adds the Time and Battery Percentage to the Notification Center Grabber. You can disable Maximization for certain Apps in the Settings.
Statusbar is not a big problem for all the users yet it is useful because it carries the battery percentage and Clock. However, the developers have taken this thing his consideration and you can view the battery percentage and clock in the Notification Center. After installing this tweak, simply navigate to the settings to enable the maximization for different apps. All in all, this tweak is absolutely free of cost.