IOS 8 Tab Bar Item Background Colour

IOS 8 Tab Bar Item Background Colour

I've been trying to find the solution to this for the last week, and I have had no luck after trying every possible solution I could find or think of. Every solution I found and have attempted has either not worked, or been outdated.

I've been trying to find the solution to this for the last week, and I have had no luck after trying every possible solution I could find or think of. Every solution I found and have attempted has either not worked, or been outdated.

I have 5 UITabBarItem's in a UITabBar placed within UITabBarController. I want to change the background color of the UITabBarItem when it is selected, and of course have it change back when the selected item changes.

I am using Swift, and iOS SDK 8.3 in Xcode 6.3.1. If you can only answer in Objective-C that is fine too, any answer will help! Thank you all in advance, I really appreciate it!

EDIT: Here is a visual example of what I would want it to do.

Different Background Color

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