As an individual of both iOS and Android-based devices, there are particular components of each interface that I admire, and while the iOS lock screen is a lot prettier than it utilized to be, I still favor the appearance of stock Jelly Grain’s. Hence, I was excited to find out that the JellyLock tweak, which brings that native Android Jelly Bean interface to iOS, had recently been upgraded for iOS 7.

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Nonetheless, while the tweak does look the same as truth Android lock screen encounter, the iOS clock sticks out like a sore thumb, and so the person behind JellyLock has come through with JellyLockClock7, a self-describing tweak that carries out a more authentic finish.

Presently in beta, you can, if you so desire, download JellyLockClock7 by itself as a substitute for the indigenous iOS clock, although the purpose of this release is clearly to enhance the initial JellyLock7 tweak released earlier on this month.

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Once you have downloaded and mounted the tweak, all the setup happens within the Settings app. From there, you could modify and personalize the appearance of the content to match your aesthetic preferences, customizing the style of content, selecting in between regular and bold, top and lower-case, etc.

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Since it’s in beta, however, you won’t discover it via a basic Cydia search. You will certainly rather have to include the designer’s database ( to your list in Cydia. To do this, visit the Manage tab, after that browse with Sources >) Edit >) Add, after which you will should enter the aforementioned domain name.

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Sure, there’ll be lots of iOS users out there who would not dream of modifying their device to appear like an Android. Yet also if you’re not crazy about Google’s mobile firmware, the lock screen is as attractive and minimalistic as it acquires, and if you like what you see in the screenshots, make certain to examine both JellyLock7 and JellyLockClock7.

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