Unlocking the Power of WebViewGold: Supercharging Your iOS App with Custom Status Bar Colors

Are you a developer looking to create a polished and professional iOS app? Are you tired of the default status bar colors on your WebView-based app? Look no further – WebViewGold has got you covered!

WebViewGold: Turning Websites into iOS Apps Made Easy

WebViewGold is a powerful tool that allows you to easily convert your website into a native iOS app. It provides a quick and simple solution for developers who want to take advantage of the features offered by WebView technology.

One of the standout features of WebViewGold is its ability to supercharge your iOS app with custom status bar colors. In the world of app development, attention to detail is crucial, and even the smallest customization can make a significant impact on the user experience.

Why Custom Status Bar Colors Matter

The status bar at the top of the screen is a fundamental part of the iOS user interface. By default, it adopts the color scheme of the app’s navigation bar or the system-wide settings. However, sometimes you may want to break free from those defaults and add a personal touch to your app.

Custom status bar colors can be used to complement your app’s branding or create a cohesive design language. They allow you to create a seamless transition between the app’s interface and the web content displayed in the WebView.

How to Unlock Custom Status Bar Colors with WebViewGold

WebViewGold simplifies the process of implementing custom status bar colors in your iOS app. With just a few lines of code, you can completely transform the look and feel of your app’s status bar.

Here’s a step-by-step guide to unlock the power of custom status bar colors using WebViewGold:

Step 1: Open the WebViewGold project in Xcode.
Step 2: Locate the WebViewController.swift file.
Step 3: Scroll down to the viewWillAppear function.
Step 4: Add the following code snippet:

override func viewWillAppear(_ animated: Bool) {
if #available(iOS 13.0, *) {
let app = UIApplication.shared
let statusBarHeight: CGFloat = app.statusBarFrame.size.height
let statusBarView = UIView(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: UIScreen.main.bounds.size.width, height: statusBarHeight))
statusBarView.backgroundColor = UIColor.red // Replace with your desired color
} else {
let statusBar = UIApplication.shared.value(forKeyPath: statusBarWindow.statusBar) as? UIView
statusBar?.backgroundColor = UIColor.red // Replace with your desired color

Step 5: Customize the backgroundColor property with your desired color. You can use predefined color names or specify custom RGB values.

And that’s it! By following these simple steps, you can take full control of the status bar colors in your WebViewGold-powered iOS app.


Custom status bar colors are a powerful way to enhance the visual appeal and branding of your iOS app. WebViewGold simplifies the process of implementing custom status bar colors, allowing you to create a more immersive user experience. With just a few lines of code, you can unlock the power of WebViewGold and take your iOS app to the next level.

So, why settle for default status bar colors when you can customize them to match your app’s unique style? Try WebViewGold today and unleash the true potential of your iOS apps!