'HomeArtwork' Makes the Currently Playing Song Artwork Your Home Screen Wallpaper
Adding small aesthetic modifications to iOS can make the operating system so much more pleasant to use. With that being said, check out a new jailbreak tweak dubbed HomeArtwork
by iOS developer Brandon Etheredge.
HomeArtwork makes it so that the home screen’s wallpaper becomes the album artwork relating to the song that is currently playing. The tweak works with music that is played from Apple’s own Music application, and even from third-party music applications like Spotify.
As soon as the music stops playing, the wallpaper will return to the usual iOS wallpaper that you have when music isn’t playing. If you change songs, the wallpaper will change to match the album art of the new song.
The effect is pretty neat and improves your musical experience in iOS. It’s a great way to offer some diversity for your wallpapers too. Because they’re constantly changing, anyone that listens to a lot of music will enjoy what feels like a music slideshow on the home screen.
If you would like to give HomeArtwork a try, it's available in Cydia's BigBoss repository right now for just 99¢. The tweak is compatible with iOS 6.0 and later. HomeArtwork has no options to configure.