Passtel is a simple, beautiful, pastel iOS 7 Winterboard theme

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We’ve been featuring a lot of themes here at iFans lately, and we’re going to keep doing so. Today, in addition to Anode which we told you about earlier, I present to you Passtel made by Reddit user vortexie. It’s a theme that is in essence basic white glyphs on pastel-colored backgrounds (similar to many iOS 7 themes we’ve seen), but beautiful nonetheless.

All of the stock icons have been themed, as well as a list of 40 and growing App Store apps, and 4 jailbreak apps.

Here’s what Passtel looks like on a black device:

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And here’s the list of supported apps:

Stock

Basically, all of stock is themed.

  1. Photos
  2. Music
  3. Voice Memos
  4. Messages
  5. Camera
  6. Notes
  7. Weather
  8. Compass
  9. Contacts
  10. Stocks
  11. Calculator
  12. Passbook
  13. Reminders
  14. Game Center
  15. Safari
  16. Maps
  17. Videos
  18. Settings
  19. Mail
  20. App Store
  21. Facetime
  22. Clock
  23. Phone
  24. iTunes
  25. Newsstand

Jailbreak Apps

  1. iFile
  2. Cydia
  3. Winterboard
  4. Terminal
  5. f.lux

AppStore Apps

  1. Instagram
  2. iBooks
  3. Twitter
  4. Google Earth
  5. Google Drive
  6. Find iPhone
  7. Facebook
  8. Google Maps
  9. Google Chrome
  10. Snapchat
  11. Youtube
  12. Vine
  13. Tumblr
  14. Dropbox
  15. Waze
  16. Wikipanion
  17. Netflix
  18. Soundcloud
  19. VSCO Cam
  20. Spotify
  21. Podcasts
  22. iCleaner
  23. Shazam
  24. Steam
  25. Evernote
  26. Pandora
  27. Engadget
  28. Gmail
  29. Flipboard
  30. Skydrive
  31. Rhapsody
  32. Whatsapp
  33. Alien Blue
  34. Google Search
  35. Amazon
  36. RetroArch
  37. Amazon
  38. Mailbox
  39. Facebook Messenger
  40. Tapatalk

If you think you might be interested in giving the theme a go on your device, just add the following repo to your list of sources within Cydia:

http://cydia.myrepospace.com/vortexie/

The theme is completely free and shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes to have running on your iOS device, so give it a shot and let us know what you think of it in the comments!

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