LockGlyph update brings new customization options and performance improvements


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Previously, we showed you an interesting jailbreak tweak going by the name LockGlyph that brings Apple Pay’s animation and sound to the Lock Screen when you attempt to unlock your device using Touch ID.

At the time of release, the tweak faced some criticism over its performance, lack of customization options and most importantly, the animation was too slow. The good news is that the tweak has now been updated by the developer and performs much better than what we’ve seen.

After updating LockGlyph, you’ll find tons of new customization options and other necessary configurations that make it a great tweak. From its preference pane, you can enable or disable the tweak as well as the unlock sound, hide the tick and shine animations that appear when unlocking your device and most importantly, speed up the fingerprint animation of the glyph.

One of the interesting new options that the tweak features is that it allows you to customize the color of the glyphs, both when it’s idle and scanning. You can set the glyph color to using the RGB sliders or a custom HEX value. You can also move the glyph to any position that you want by changing the X and Y axis values.

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LockGlyph performs much better now and features many new options that’s been missing from the tweak. If you’ve haven’t updated or installed the tweak yet, we recommend that you head to Cydia now and install it from BigBoss repository for free.

What do you think of LockGlyph’s latest update? Of all the new features, which one do you like the most? Let us know in the comments section below.