ColorfulVolume is a brand new iOS 7 jailbreak tweak that allows you to change the color of your volume heads up display (HUD). It also lets you add a custom title near the top of the volume HUD and set it to change to a random color with each invocation.
For those of you interested in having fine-grained access to the exact color that appears for the volume HUD, you’ll be happy to know that ColorfulVolume includes individual RGB sliders for granular color adjustments. Have a look at our video walkthrough of ColorfulVolume after the jump.
Once you install ColorfulVolume, you’ll need to head over to the stock Settings app to configure its settings. The first thing you’ll need to do is enable the tweak using the kill switch toggle at the top of the preference panel.
From there, it’s just a matter of personal choice. You can decide to let ColorfulVolume randomly select new colors each time the volume HUD is displayed, or you can use the tweak’s RGB sliders to customize a specific color that you want to use. Lastly, ColorfulVolume allows you to change the name that’s displayed on the HUD after pressing the up or down volume button.
At the end of the day, ColorfulVolume is a pretty forgettable tweak. It’s a concept that’s been done plenty of times before, but this is probably one of the first surefire iOS 7.1.x compatible versions out there. Best of all, it’s a free download on the BigBoss repo.
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