Best Jailbreak Apps and Tweaks for iPhone Music App

best music jailbreak tweaks ios 10

iPhone is a great music player. You can listen to almost any song that you wish, and with Apple Music, you get access to a huge collection of songs that you can browse, ranging from trending albums to hot new songs that are worth checking out. The Music app comes with many essential features that make it a powerful music player, but as is the case with software, it always has space for improvements.

If you’ve jailbroken your iOS 10 device, you might be missing out on some amazing tweaks that have been built specifically for the Music app. These tweaks add new features to the Music app and bring an overall new look to it.

In this article, we will showcase the 8 best jailbreak apps and tweaks that have been developed for the iOS Music app.

Best Jailbreak Tweaks for iOS 10 Music App

ColorFlow 3

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ColorFlow is one of my personal favorite tweaks for the Music app. It automatically colorizes the Now Playing interface of the Music app based on the dominant color of the song’s artwork. It changes the colors of the music controls, metadata texts, the background, and so on.

The best part of this tweak is that the UI elements blend in together very nicely even after they are colored. Apart from the Music app, the tweak supports the Spotify app and works on the Lock screen as well.

Acapella III

Acapella III brings an interesting concept to the Music app. It gets rid of the music control buttons and replaces them with gesture-based controls. The tweak offers a number of gestures which you can use to perform music related actions, such as play/pause the song, switch to the previous or the next track, enable shuffle or repeat, adjust the volume, heart a song, and much more.

The tweak comes with an option called “Vanish” which when enabled, hides all the music controls to bring a minimal look to the Now Playing interface. Acapella III works with the Lock screen, Control Center, and the stock Music app.

  • Price: $2.99


If you love haptic feedback, then you’re going to enjoy this tweak. Harp brings haptic feedback to the iOS Music app such that when you press any of the music controls, you’ll feel a haptic vibration. It works with most music controls, such as play/pause buttons, volume slider, previous and next buttons, and more. It also works in Control Center.

  • Price: Free


One feature that I’ve always wanted to see in the Music app is the ability to start a song from where I left off. MusicMark is a tweak that finally brings this feature to the Music app.

The tweak remembers the exact position where a song was stopped so that the next time you start playing, it will begin from that position without forcing you to start over. This is useful in cases when your iPhone resprings randomly while you’re listening to a song.

  • Price: Free

Spin (iOS 10)

Spin redesigns the music interface on the Lock screen that looks completely different than the original design. It turns the UI elements into circular shapes. For instance, it changes the album artwork into a circular dial, with the playhead wrapped around it.

  • Price: $0.99

Don’t Stop the Party!

This is one of the most innovative tweaks that I’ve ever come across for the Music app. Normally, when you’re listening to music and your iPhone resprings, the music is automatically stopped until the respring completes, after which you have to manually replay the song.

This is extremely annoying when you’re in the middle of an exciting jam and get interrupted by a respring. The tweak solves this problem by allowing the song to continue to play even during a respring. This means that your song will no longer get interrupted by random resprings.

  • Price: Free


Many of you might prefer to read lyrics while listening to songs. Unfortunately, the Music app doesn’t have a built-in feature for displaying lyrics automatically. While there are third-party apps that do this, none of them integrate with the Music app.

MusiLyric is a jailbreak tweak that is capable of fetching the lyrics of the song you’re listening to and can show it within the Music app. All you have to do is to tap on the song’s artwork in the Now Playing interface and the tweak will fetch its lyrics and display it.


WidPlayer is an interesting music tweak that displays a floating music widget that can be viewed from anywhere in iOS. The widget displays music controls, metadata information, volume slider, as well as the music scrubber. While this is a very useful tweak, the user interface needs a little more work as it doesn’t look so good. It feels as if the UI elements have been cramped into the small widget.

Your Favorite Music Tweaks for iOS 10?

These are our favorite tweaks for the Music app in iOS 10. What are your favorite music tweaks? Let us know in the comments below.

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