Stepper 2 is a new jailbreak tweak that will display your step count on the Lock screen and in the Status Bar of your iPhone. The tweak allows you to set a daily step goal and receive notifications when it has been reached. Additionally, you can set the tweak to notify you of your current step status on a daily basis.
On the Lock screen, step count will be displayed as a label next to the clock and as a replacement of the Slide to Unlock text by default. This can be customized in the Settings where you’ll be able to disable any of these two features. If you’re not a fan of the label, you’re also able to customize it to your liking by changing its position on the Lock screen, as well as its size, and color. Personally, I don’t really like that label and have disabled it from my device.
As you can see on the screenshot above, you can also choose to display the step count in your Status Bar. You can even edit the little separator placed between the time and the steps count to your liking if you want to.
Stepper 2 could have stopped right here and already be a worthy tweak, but it goes a step further (pun intended) by allowing you to set goal notifications, as well as reminder notifications. After setting a daily goal, the app will send you a notification once you reach that goal. Reminder notifications are there to give you a little motivation by informing you of how many steps you’ve made. These reminders are sent once a day based on a time that you have scheduled.
Developed by Timm Kandziora, Stepper 2 is $1 in the BigBoss repo. Because it uses the M7/M8 coprocessor to get the step data, it requires an iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, or iPhone 6 Plus.