A lot of themes and tweaks change the appearance many different features of iOS, but a new jailbreak tweak dubbed VolumeColor by iOS developers PrimeCode and CoolStar allows you to go a step further and change the color of your Volume HUD (heads up display) from a list of pre-defined colors. The appearance of the Volume HUD when the color is changed is illustrated by the screenshot examples above.
The preferences pane, pictured below, allows you to enable and disable the tweak on demand and change the color of the Volume HUD. The good news is after changing the color of the HUD, the effect takes place immediately and you don’t have to respring after each change. The list of defined colors you can use for the Volume HUD include:
Changing the color of the Volume HUD is a nice way to add a personal touch anyone’s iOS device. The only discrepancy is whether or not the user has a need or desire to change the color of it. This tweak would go great with themes that seem to take after a special color scheme. Unfortunately, since you are forced to pick from a list of pre-defined colors, the choices for this tweak are limited.
The tweak works well, doing just what it says it will do. For a free jailbreak tweak allowing you to take your iOS customization beyond what you could do before, it could be worth taking a look at!
Developer(s): PrimeCode and CoolStar
Editor's Rating: 3/5