Compatible with iOS 11.

Displays the IP addresses of your device in the Control Center.

Only the actual addresses of the device are shown, no requests to the internet are made for resolving any "public" IPv4 addresses.
- IPv4 and IPv6.
- Cellular, WiFi, and VPN.
- Tapping any address copies it to the pasteboard.
- The data gets refreshed automatically.

Add the toggle to the Control Center from Settings>Control Center>Customize Controls.
Then you have an "IP" toggle in the Control Center, which doesn't toggle anything per se, tapping (or 3D-pressing) it simply displays the info.

I have not tested this on 5S/SE/iPads, so please report any possible issues to me (ie. I don't know what it looks like on these screen sizes).

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Source code available on Github

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* This is the way it was supposed to work in the 1st place:
- Adds a separate "IP Addresses" item to the list of CC modules, which displays the addresses straight on the CC (3x1 size). 3D/long-touch on the module shows the expanded list with IPv6 addresses.
- The "IP Button" item in the module list can be used if there's no room for a 3x1 sized item in your CC, need to tap it to see the addresses.
- Adds a button in the expanded view for choosing whether to show a regular list or the internal unfiltered address list.
Updated June 5, 2018
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