If you’re jailbroken on iOS 11 or 12 and actively looking for a fun and quirky way to style up the Control Center interface when listening to music with your favorite Bluetooth headset or speaker, then you’re probably going to enjoy a new and free jailbreak tweak release called Daisy by iOS developer LaughingQuoll.

As depicted in the screenshot example above, Daisy populates the volume slider in Control Center with a meticulously crafted glyph that represents the type of Bluetooth device you’ve connected to when listening to audio. Notably, the glyph still appears when the volume slider gets expanded to full screen.

The example above demonstrates the AirPods Pro, but you’ll find that Daisy supports a wide variety of different Bluetooth devices. Here’s an animated GIF representing most of those:

In case you just weren’t patient enough to watch the GIF, here’s a detailed breakdown of the different types of devices Daisy supports out of the box at the time of this writing:

  • Generic devices (depicted with a default icon)
  • AirPods
  • AirPods Pro
  • Apple TV
  • Beats Solo
  • Beats Studio
  • Beats X
  • HomePod
  • PowerBeats
  • CarPlay
  • Bose QC35
  • Bose SoundSport Pulse

After you install Daisy, you’ll find a dedicated preference pane in the Settings app where you can tinker with a few different options:

Here, you can:

  • Toggle Daisy on or off on demand
  • Hide the audio route title
  • Prevent the header icon from being replaced
  • Display the volume percentage when using AirPods

A Respring button is provided to help you save any changes you make.

We like what Daisy lets users do on their pwned devices, but what we like even more is that the tweak is available as a free download from the Chariz repository in any package manager of your choosing. It’s not too often that we see quality tweaks released without a price tag these days. For those interested, Daisy is compatible with jailbroken iOS 11 and 12 devices.

Will you be downloading Daisy? Let us know in the comments section.