One of the many reasons we love jailbreaking is that it allows us to change the system font of our iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. This level of customization is just unheard of in the stock version of the operating system. One of the best ways to change the system font on iOS has always been the Bytafont app, and now you will be pleased to know that it has been updated to fully support iOS 9. BytaFont 3 is available as a separate download and not as an update to BytaFont 2.
BytaFont 3 features updated Swap Mode for iOS 9, new weights in Tweak mode including Semibold, Heavy and Black and more. The new version drops support for Cydget, so now you will have to use Tweak Mode for lockscreen customizations. In order to use Tweak Mode feature you have to download it. Just tap on the ‘Tweak Mode’ button from within the BytaFont 3 app and install the package.
If you haven’t used BytaFont app before, using it to install fonts and emojis is pretty easy. We also wrote a step by step guide that tells you how you can install fonts on your iOS device using this app. To install new fonts just launch Cydia and look under ‘Fonts (BytaFont 3)’ and ‘Fonts (BytaFont Tweak Mode)’ directories found under Cydia > Sources > All Sources.
You can download BytaFont 3 app for your iOS 9 powered device for free.