If you’re one to enjoy all-in-one jailbreak tweaks that incorporate a plethora of options for customizing your pwned handsets, then we genuinely believe you’re going to love a new and free release called Artemis by iOS developer Joey GM.
Artemis isn’t quite as thorough as some of the staple tweaks like Springtomize that we’ve all come to know and love, but the fact that it costs absolutely nothing and offers a substantial number of some attention-grabbing customization features is sure to help it stand out from the crowd, especially for those looking to enhance their iOS experience without breaking the bank.
Once installed, Artemis adds an extensive preference pane to the Settings app where you can immediately begin immersing yourself in the tweak’s myriad of options:
Here, you can:
- Toggle Artemis on or off in full
- Hide or show the Home Bar from the Lock screen
- Hide or show the Home Bar from apps and SpringBoard
- Make the Dock background transparent
- Hide the Home screen’s page dots
- Customize your application icon labels
- Hide or show the Face ID lock icon on the Lock screen
- Hide or show the Control Center grabber from the Lock screen
- Hide or show the Camera shortcut from the Lock screen
- Hide or show the Flashlight shortcut from the Lock screen
- Hide or show the unlock hint from the Lock screen
- Customize your unlock hint
- Hide the ‘No older notifications’ text from the Lock screen
- Rename the Status Bar’s carrier
- Hide the carrier name from the Status Bar
- Hide all Status Bar items
- Disable Spotlight search on the Lock screen
- Disable Spotlight search on the Home screen
- Make the Lock screen’s media controls miniature
- Hide the media controls’ background
- Hide the media controls’ timeline and scrubber knob
If changing app icon labels, you can individually customize third-party and pre-installed app names like so:
The developer provides a Respring button at the top right of the primary preference pane to save your changes. Not all options require a Respring, but it never hurts to do it anyway.
Artemis is still technically in beta, but based on the responses to this /r/jailbreak post, the tweak appears to be well-received by users and working well for almost all users.
Will you be trying Artemis out? Let us know in the comments.