Best Jailbreak Tweaks For Music App on iOS 7

If you are a big fan of Music and you love to listen to music on your iPhone, then it is better to check out these cool jailbreak tweaks that will spice up your stock music app in iOS 7 adding to it tons of cool features and the ability to customize it.

Yes we know that Music app has a sleek design and offers most of features any user might want, but come on, jailbreak tweaks can do more and they will totally change the stock music app to a better one.

So shall we start ?

MiniPlayer is a tweak that ports the iTunes 11 mini player to iOS 7 and allows you to control music from anywhere within iOS. The tweak adds a small widget which hovers over your Lock screen, Home screen or any app that is open and displays the information about a currently playing song, provides playback controls such as play/pause, next and previous, displays the album artwork and provides a scrubbing ability to move to a specific portion of the currently playing track.

The most interesting part in MiniPlayer is the ability to search for a song and add it to the queue to be played next. It also allows users to arrange the songs in the queue by making use of the drag handles. You can move the music widget around on your screen and hide it by swiping it to the left or right side of the screen. If you don’t want it to hover on your screen, you can assign an activator action to show or hide it.

You can grab MiniPlayer jailbreak tweak from Cydia store for $1.99, it works on iOS 5, iOS 6 and iOS 7 devices.

Musiex is a tweak that will control your music with a new way, it is similar to MiniPlayer, the only difference between them is Musiex appear at the top of your screen just like the iOS notification banner. Compared to MiniPlayer, Musiex lacks the ability to queue songs to be played next but allows users to play/pause a currently playing track, move to the next or previous song, scrub songs and provides shuffle and repeat options as well.

You can quickly access the tweak from homescreen or lockscreen or within an app by making use of an activator gesture to show it. Swiping it up or pressing the Home button will hide the tweak. It also supports many third party music apps from the App Store.

The best part in this tweak is the ability to customize the tweak's interface including background color and so on...

Musiex can be grabbed from Cydia store via BigBoss repo for $0.99.


Aria a new Cydia tweak that adds a number of new improvements to the stock in iOS 7.1, including the ability to see albums in a grid view, a new ‘Now Playing’ interface (like in Apple’s Remote app), an ‘Endless Playing’ feature that will start a shuffled play after an album ends, improved lyrics views, and a number of UI improvements, including gestural support.

Here's more features the tweak can do:
  • Queuing: You can choose which song you want to be played now, next or even last
  • Change the look of the “Now Playing” interface and apply a tinted dark view to it
  • Continue to play in shuffle mode after the last track of an album has been finished
  • Apply a dark theme to lyrics view and enlarge the fonts
  • Many other customization options
Aria is compatible with iOS 7 devices and is available in Cydia’s BigBoss repository for $1.99.

If you are bored of the stock Music app’s look, you may want to try out Colorize. The tweak colorizes the “Now Playing” interface of the Music app based on the song’s artwork. It brings a pretty nice look to the Music app and the color really matches the song’s artwork.

You can grab it from Cydia store for $0.99. 

Pluck 2
Pluck 2 is definitely a useful tweak that comes in handy in many situations especially when you’re driving a car. The tweak allows users to pick a song directly from the Lock screen or Control Center without having to unlock the device to choose a song. It adds a small icon beside the media controls in Control Center and tapping on it will open up your music library. Additionally, an icon is also added to the bottom left corner of the Lock screen and holding on it for a short period of time will display your music library.

Pluck 2 is worth a try and is available via Cydia’s BigBoss repository for $0.99.

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