iOS users with jailbroken devices are without a doubt pretty familiar with the DreamBoard tweak. For those unfamiliar, this tweak will allow users with jailbroken devices to apply custom themes and give their devices a completely new look far different from what the stock UI iOS offers. Oddly enough for a jailbreak tool, it seems to have made its way onto the iTunes App Store, or has it? iOS users if you have yet to jailbreak your device, it has been suggested that you not be fooled by the fake DreamBoard app found on the iTunes App Store.
This is apparently a fake app that will set you back £1.99 and while it promises users an “advanced theme platform”, it has been reported that it basically just shows users images of other operating systems as opposed to allowing users to change their theme. It should be noted that description of the app can be changed after the app has been approved, so it could have been submitted to the App Store under a different description and changed upon approval. In any case if you see it up for download assuming it hasn’t already been removed, you might want to steer clear.
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