JellyLockClock7 is a recent addition to the Cydia Store that can further Android-ify your iOS device. Borrowing from Google’s mobile OS, the new jailbreak tweak enables an Android-inspired clock for the iOS Lock screen and it can be downloaded in the Cydia Store free of charge.
The new package is technically in beta, but it seems to work fairly well. Once installed, JellyLockClock7 adds a new preferences pane to the built-in Settings app, and here users can enable or disable the jailbreak tweak entirely, or customize how it looks.
Customization options include the style of the clock displayed, whether a section of the time displayed is formatted bold (you can customize text capitalization, too), and the format taken by the date.
After the jailbreak tweak has been configured accordingly, a new interface will appear on your iOS Lock screen, as pictured above.
JellyLockClock7 reminds us a lot of JellyLock, a jailbreak tweak that allows users to add a Jelly Bean-style Lock screen to their iOS device. The package first appeared last year, and as we explained it allows users to unlock their iOS device and immediately launch a favorite application.
If you’re interested in taking JellyLockClock7 for a spin, you’ll need to have added its developer’s repository to your list of sources in the Cydia app, since the package is in beta.
The address is: “http://repo.fortysixandtwo.com.”
As mentioned, JellyLockClock7 can be downloaded in the Cydia Store (from the aforementioned repository) free of charge. How do you like the package?
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