'Vox' Changes the iOS Battery Indicator Experience
If you pay attention to your iPhone’s battery indicator a lot, then Vox
by iOS developer Apextweaks is a new free jailbreak tweak that you should take a look at. The tweak changes the battery indicator experience on iOS. As shown above, the tweak replaces the basic battery indicator with a circular design. The design, as we will show you in just a moment, is much more minimalistic, and some may prefer its sleekness.
The way Vox works is simple. As your battery drains, the circle will shrink in size. As your battery gets charged back up, the circle will grow in size. As you are using your device and the battery is discharging, you will see a basic circle, but when you're charging, you will see the circle with a lightning bolt on top of it:
The tweak will look better if you disable the Battery Percentage option in Settings>General>Usage, but this is an optional step. Disabling the battery percentage brings out the tweak’s true minimalistic appearance, which is why we recommend it. You will be able to use Vox’s Notification Center peek feature to see the numeric battery percentage in the center of the circle at any time:
Taking a look at the graphics below you can see the different stages of the Vox battery indicator while charging, discharging, and while in Notification Center:
Vox doesn’t come with any options to configure. As soon as you install the tweak, your battery indicator will become a minimalistic work of art. The tweak is an aesthetic tweak in that it doesn’t add much functionality to your device; just different looks. If you want to give the tweak a try, you will find it in Cydia’s BigBoss repository for free!