'Scrub Radio' Adds Useful New Features to Apple's iTunes Radio in iOS 7
If you're using and enjoying Apple's iTunes Radio feature in iOS 7 because you're a music-a-holic like many of us are, then you might really enjoy a new free jailbreak tweak called Scrub Radio
by iOS developer Andy Wiik.
This jailbreak tweak improves the features of iTunes Radio for anyone that uses the feature. For example, it allows you to scrub through the music being played back to you, a feature that Apple normally keeps off-limits. In case you're unaware of what the scrubber is and what it does, it's the small red/pink line that moves along the progress bar of the song as it's playing, as shown below:
The scrubber allows you to move to a different location in the song and continue playing the song wherever you put the scrubber. It's great for going forward or backward to a specific point in a song, such as re-listening to a killer guitar solo you just heard.
Scrub Radio also gives you the ability to have unlimited music skips in iTunes Radio, and also makes music loading faster.
If you're an iTunes Radio lover, then this tweak is sure to be not only useful, but also enjoyable for your music experience. The best part is that it's available for free in Cydia's BigBoss repository. iOS 7 is required to install the tweak, and there are no options to configure, only a bunch of benefits to be had.
iPhone 5 running iOS 7.1.2
You can watch our video review of Scrub Radio below:
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