Have you ever expected to set the lock screen on your iPhone to look like the lock screen on an Android 12 device? So, if the answer is yes, then you might be happy to know that there is a new jailbreak tweak change for that. It’s Lucient, released by iOS developer Lucy.
As in the screenshot examples above, the Lucient displays time largely in the center of your device’s lock screen. Also, it shows the weather conditions outside your current location and the current day above and left of the time.
When you receive notifications, Lucient allows for banners by pushing time information to the top of the screen. It also includes upcoming reminder events and other things.
After installation, Lucient tweak adds a particular preferences window to the settings app on your device that allows users to configure various options at their discretion.
Lucient tweak Options
- Turn on/off Lucient on demand
- Selecting between iOS style, Android 12 style, or Custom font styling
- Enabling or disabling separate colors, and selecting a color mode.
- Distinctive color
- Background primary
- Background secondary, and Background color
- Enabling between 12 or 24-hour time format
- Choosing between left or right clock positioning
- Adjusting the size of the giant clock, and the large clock offset
- Adjusting the small clock
- Hiding or showing the weather info
- Cutting off longer reminders
- Adjusting the date & weather font size, the date & weather offset, and the date & weather/reminder flip timer
- Adjusting the weather data refresh timer
- Importing or exporting configurations
Significantly, you can reset some options to their defaults with a double-tap. However, the tweak is an independent tweak that does not require XenHTML dependence.
So, if you’d like to try Lucient, you can download the free one-hour trial from the Packix repository. If you decide you like it, you can buy the unlimited version of Lucient for $2 at Packix repo. Lucient tweak supports jailbroken iOS 14 devices.