Apple users are somewhat curious why Apple has not changed the Now Playing interface on the iPhone and iPad over the years. Users are somewhat curious why Apple has not changed the Now Playing interface on the iPhone and iPad over the years. Many have been expecting that Apple will offer its users some sort of redesign after a seemingly stagnant user interface that did not change over time. Fortunately, for those who want something refreshing, iOS developer Ryan Nair has released a jailbreak tweak named ChromaFlow. It brings unique color aesthetics to the Lock Screen’s Now Playing interface and the native Apple Music app.
Simply, ChromaFlow gives your iPhone’s Now Playing user interface an eye-popping makeover.
As you can see in the screenshot examples below, it matches the now playing interface to your music’s album artwork and optionally adds in an iOS 10 style music player on the lock screen.
The tweak mainly includes three dynamic lock screen size modes and adds shuffle and repeat buttons for playlists. Further, it colorizes the Music app’s now playing view and mini-player view.
It’s worth mentioning that Chromaflow tweak is a remake of the Colorflow 5 tweak. You can also find the original release video below.
Those interested in trying the Chromaflow out can buy it for $1.99 from the Chariz repository via their favorite package manager app. The tweak is also compatible with jailbroken iOS 14 devices.
You can also check my previously released article called some of the best media player tweaks for iOS 14.
Note: The developer has fixed some major compatible issues by releasing a new update.
So, do you like to give your iPhone’s Now Playing user interface an eye-popping makeover? Be sure to let us know in the comment section below.