MusicAlert ports iOS 16.4’s Apple Music action alerts to iOS 16.3.1 and below

A minor change in the iOS 16.4 beta is the new Apple Music queue and loved track alert pop-ups that help communicate to the end user when their action has been successful, but who said you absolutely needed to upgrade to iOS 16.4 to enjoy this feature?

MusicAlert Queued song.

Indeed, with a new and free jailbreak tweak called MusicAlert by iOS developer ETHN, you can enjoy the same type of alert pop-ups when queuing, loving, adding to playlists, and more in the Apple Music app even if you’re jailbroken on iOS 16.3.1 or below.

MusicAlert Loved music.

There’s not a whole lot to the tweak apart from the enhanced pop-ups you see above. It’s a great way to feel like you’re using a newer version of iOS even though you really aren’t, which can help with the feeling of outdatedness you can sometimes feel when jailbroken on older firmware. So that’s a nice touch.

MusicAlert added to playlist or library.

If you’re interested in giving MusicAlert a try, then you can download the tweak for free from the Havoc repository via your favorite package manager app.

MusicAlert appears to be compatible with jailbroken iOS 13, 14, 15, and 16 devices and doesn’t come with any options to configure. It’s advisable not to use MusicAlert with other jailbreak tweaks that may conflict with it, such as MusicQueueBeGone.

The developer has also open-sourced the tweak on GitHub for anyone interested in learning more about how it works under the hood.

Are you planning to give MusicAlerts a try? Let us know in the comments section down below.