Latest 1.0.6
License MIT
Platforms ios 9.0
Frameworks UIKit

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mtpThemeManger is a theme manager for iOS:

  • Apply theme to whole app
  • Supports multiple theme
  • Supports night mode
  • Supports styles
  • Full customizable



  • iOS 9.0+
  • Xcode 9+


mtpThemeManager is available through CocoaPods. To install
it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:

pod 'mtpThemeManager'


  1. Import mtpThemeManager
  2. Define a class that conform Theme protocol

    class RedTheme:Theme {
    required  init() {}
    var id: Int=1
    var displayName: String="Red"
    var tintColor: UIColor = .red
  3. Apply your theme in AppDelegate like this

    func application(_ application: UIApplication, didFinishLaunchingWithOptions launchOptions: [UIApplicationLaunchOptionsKey: Any]?) -> Bool {
    ThemeManager.shared.setTheme(theme: RedTheme())
    return true

thats it, now run your app and enjoy it


Night mode

To apply night mode you must conform DayNightTheme protocol

class RedTheme:DayNightTheme {
    required  init() {}
    var id: Int=1
    var displayName: String="Red"
    var tintColor: UIColor = .red

and then apply your theme like this

ThemeManager.shared.setTheme(dayNight: RedTheme(), nightModeStatus: .enable)


ThemeManager.shared.setTheme(dayNight: RedTheme())
ThemeManager.shared.nightModelStatus = .enable



You can customize whole theme for example to customize status bar, just override statusBarStyle variable in your theme

class RedTheme:Theme {
    required  init() {}
    var id: Int=1
    var displayName: String="Red"
    var tintColor: UIColor = .red

    // you can override styles in your theme
    var statusBarStyle: StatusBarStyle=StatusBarStyle(backgroundColor: .red, style: .lightContent)


List of all Theme properties

  • var id:Int{get}
  • var displayName:String{get}
  • var tintColor:UIColor{get}
  • var primaryTextColor:UIColor{get}
  • var backgroundColor:UIColor{get}
  • var navigationBarStyle:NavigationBarStyle{get}
  • var tabBarStyle:TabBarStyle{get}
  • var toolbarStyle:ToolbarStyle{get}
  • var searchBarStyle:SearchBarStyle{get}
  • var statusBarStyle:StatusBarStyle{get}
  • var keyboardStyle:KeyboardStyle{get}
  • var buttonStyle:ButtonStyle{get}
  • var textFieldStyle:TextFieldStyle{get}
  • var textViewStyle:TextViewStyle{get}
  • var activityIndicatorViewStyle : ActivityIndicatorViewStyle {get}
  • var scrollViewStyle:ScrollViewStyle{get}
  • var segmentedControlStyle:SegmentedControlStyle{get}
  • var stepperStyle:StepperStyle{get}
  • var pageControlStyle:PageControlStyle{get}
  • var progressViewStyle:ProgressViewStyle{get}
  • var sliderStyle:SliderStyle{get}
  • var switchStyle:SwitchStyle{get}

In addition to the above properties, the DayNightTheme include the following properties too

  • var tintColorNight:UIColor{get}
  • var primaryTextColorNight:UIColor{get}
  • var backgroundColorNight:UIColor{get}
  • var navigationBarStyleNight:NavigationBarStyle{get}
  • var tabBarStyleNight:TabBarStyle{get}
  • var toolbarStyleNight:ToolbarStyle{get}
  • var searchBarStyleNight:SearchBarStyle{get}
  • var statusBarStyleNight:StatusBarStyle{get}
  • var keyboardStyleNight:KeyboardStyle{get}
  • var buttonStyleNight:ButtonStyle{get}
  • var textFieldStyleNight:TextFieldStyle{get}
  • var textViewStyleNight:TextViewStyle{get}
  • var activityIndicatorViewStyleNight : ActivityIndicatorViewStyle {get}
  • var scrollViewStyleNight:ScrollViewStyle{get}
  • var segmentedControlStyleNight:SegmentedControlStyle{get}
  • var stepperStyleNight:StepperStyle{get}
  • var pageControlStyleNight:PageControlStyle{get}
  • var progressViewStyleNight:ProgressViewStyle{get}
  • var sliderStyleNight:SliderStyle{get}
  • var switchStyleNight:SwitchStyle{get}


One of mtpThemeManager features are styles, you can define styles and use them wherever you need
for example i define two button style and use them

let roundButtonStyle=ButtonStyle(tintColor: .orange, borderColor: .orange, borderWidth: 2, cornerRadius: 9)
let riseduttonStyle=ButtonStyle(backgroundColor: UIColor.init(red: 90/255, green: 200/255, blue: 250/255, alpha: 1) , tintColor: .white)

override func viewDidLoad() {

    button1.setStyle(style: roundButtonStyle)
    button2.setStyle(style: roundButtonStyle)
    button3.setStyle(style: roundButtonStyle)
    button4.setStyle(style: riseduttonStyle)



List of all styles

  • StatusBarStyle
  • NavigationBarStyle
  • TabBarStyle
  • ToolbarStyle
  • SearchBarStyle
  • TextFieldStyle
  • TextViewStyle
  • ButtonStyle
  • ActivityIndicatorViewStyle
  • ScrollViewStyle
  • SegmentedControlStyle
  • StepperStyle
  • PageControlStyle
  • ProgressViewStyle
  • SliderStyle
  • SwitchStyle
  • KeyboardStyle

Current theme properties

You can access current theme properties like current tint color and etc

override func viewDidLoad() {

    self.navigationController?.navigationBar.tintColor = .white
    // apply current themeColor to navigation bar barTintColor
    self.navigationController?.navigationBar.barTintColor = ThemeManager.shared.tintColor



List of all current theme properties

  • public var tintColor:UIColor?
  • public var backgroundColor:UIColor?
  • public var primaryTextColor:UIColor?
  • public var navigationBarStyle:NavigationBarStyle?
  • public var tabBarStyle:TabBarStyle
  • public var toolbarStyle:ToolbarStyle?
  • public var searchBarStyle:SearchBarStyle?
  • public var statusBarStyle:StatusBarStyle?
  • public var buttonStyles:ButtonStyle?
  • public var textFieldStyle:TextFieldStyle?
  • public var textViewStyle:TextViewStyle?
  • public var keyboardStyle:KeyboardStyle?
  • public var activityIndicatorViewStyle:ActivityIndicatorViewStyle?
  • public var switchStyle:SwitchStyle?
  • public var sliderStyle:SliderStyle?
  • public var progressViewStyle:ProgressViewStyle?
  • public var pageControlStyle:PageControlStyle?
  • public var stepperStyle:StepperStyle?
  • public var segmentedControlStyle:SegmentedControlStyle?
  • public var scrollViewStyle:ScrollViewStyle?


There is a notification that fired when theme did changed

override func viewDidLoad() {

    NotificationCenter.default.addObserver(self, selector: #selector(themeDidChanged(notification:)), name: NSNotification.Name.ThemeDidChange, object: nil)


@objc func themeDidChanged(notification:Notification)  {
    if let theme=notification.object as? Theme{


To run the example project, clone the repo, and run pod install from the Example directory first.


Mostafa Taghipour, [email protected]


mtpThemeManager is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

Latest podspec

    "name": "mtpThemeManager",
    "version": "1.0.6",
    "summary": "An iOS theme manager with all the features.",
    "description": "An iOS theme manager with all the features.nEverything you expect from a theme manager,ncontains apply theme to whole app, multiple themes, night mode, styles , ...",
    "homepage": "",
    "screenshots": "",
    "license": {
        "type": "MIT",
        "file": "LICENSE"
    "authors": {
        "Mostafa Taghipour": "[email protected]"
    "source": {
        "git": "",
        "tag": "1.0.6"
    "platforms": {
        "ios": "9.0"
    "source_files": "mtpThemeManager/Classes/**/*",
    "frameworks": "UIKit"

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