If you’re serious about customizing your iPhone’s sound, there’s likely no better candidate to meet your needs than MyVolume.
That’s because MyVolume allows you to modify nearly every function of your iPhone’s volume controls, almost to a fanatic level…
It’s funny because you don’t really realize how tight Apple’s controls are, until a tweak like this comes around and opens a whole new realm of possibilities.
MyVolume allows you to add haptic feedback to your volume adjustments, toggle the heads up display on and off, and silent annoying apps altogether, regardless of your volume settings.
The developer has even ventured as far as to allow you to make incremental adjustments on the amount of volume applied when depressing the + or – volume keys.
Even with all of that, I think I’ve touched on about fifty percent of the tweak’s capabilities.
If you’re looking for something that’s going to bring a lot of varied functions to the table, MyVolume isn’t going to be your cup of tea.
On the other hand, if you’re looking for a tweak that sticks to one thing, and does an incredibly good job of doing said thing, you’d be hard pressed to find another that compares.
MyVolume is available for jailbroken iPhones, and can be purchased on Cydia for $1.99.
What are your thoughts?