If you like the look and feel of the new lock screen of Android 12, and want to get it on your iOS device, then the Lucient tweak has got your back.
This new jailbreak tweak gives users the opportunity to redesign iOS’s lock screen and make it look more like the competing mobile OS’s lock screen.
Unlike many lock screen visual tweaks Lucient is created using native iOS frameworks, which means it does not rely on third-party tweaks or webviews and is more battery efficient.
Lucient displays a large clock in the middle of the screen to achieve Android-like look. The clock is moved away to make room for notifications and music player when needed.
This tweak also adds the current weather on the lock screen along side any upcoming events.
Users get all sorts of customization options with the Lucient tweak. This includes ability to quickly switch between iOS and Android looks, change font sizes, custom font support, ability to move the clock from one side to the other and ability to change the text color.
Lucient also lets you share your share their lock screen setups with other users and friends, which makes it even more fun to use.
You can download the Lucient tweak from the Packix repo where it is available for $2. It is compatible with iOS 14 or later.
If you want to try out the tweak before buying it, then you can also download its 1-hour trial that lets you use Lucient for 1-hour absolutely free. Just search for Lucient (Trial) under the Packix repo in order to download the trial.
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- MusicBanners Tweak Brings AirPods Inspired Banners To Music App
- uYou Tweak Adds A Download Manager And Offline Media Player To YouTube App
- ShyCC Tweak Gives You More Control Over The Control Center
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