This tweak adds audio balance controls to Control Center

You can easily fine-tune your handset’s volume level with the Control Center-centric volume scrubber, but have you ever wished that you could have easier control over your handset’s audio balance from the same place?

If you answered yes to that question, then you’ll absolutely love a free jailbreak tweak dubbed CCAudioBalance by iOS developer shiftcmdk, because this tweak adds a full-featured audio balance adjustment tool to Control Center’s full-screen volume scrubber interface, as shown above.

After you’ve installed CCAudioBalance, you can access the interface above by launching Control Center and pressing firmly on the volume module. On a stock device, this would display a full-screen volume scrubber, but on a jailbroken device with CCAudioBalance installed, you’ll get that and much more.

As you can discern for yourself, CCAudioBalance lets you control the left and right sound balance on your handset, allowing you to compensate for poor hearing or for a malfunctioning speaker on the left or right side of your handset.

The tweak comes with quick shortcuts for 100% left, 100% right, or default balance, but you can also scrub manually by using the slider if you wanted to. As you might come to expect, this tweak impacts your audio output to match the designations you’ve set.

You won’t find any options to configure in the Settings app after installing CCAudioBalance, and that’s because everything you need can be found in the Control Center interface.

If you’re interested in trying CCAudioBalance, then you can download it for free from shiftcmdk’s repository in Cydia or Sileo. The tweak supports jailbroken iOS 11 and 12 devices.

If you aren’t already using shiftcmdk’s repository, then you can add it to your package manager of choice with the following URL:

Will you take advantage of CCAudioBalance and what it brings to the table? Let us know in the comments section below.