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FullPlay gives jailbreakers an iOS 14-style full-screen music app experience

Apple Music is one of the best ways to enjoy music streaming on an iPhone or iPad, but if you use iOS 13, you may be scratching your head as to why Apple made some of the design choices they made; namely with regard to the card-played now-interface. This topic becomes even more relevant when you stop considering the fact that iOS 14 will make the app look more like it should have looked from the very beginning.

If you have a jailbroken iOS 13 device at your disposal, and you have no plans to upgrade to iOS 14 when it launches this fall, you may be excited to hear that a new and free jailbreak tweak called Full play by iOS developer Altiometer can bring the iOS 14 Music app’s more pleasing aesthetics to pwned iOS 13 devices.

As pictured in the screenshot example above, FullPlay does away with the short-lived aesthetics of the iOS 13 Music app, giving it a more full-screen look that takes full advantage of the entire screen, even the status bar. There’s not much else to say here, except “yes please.”

In case you were not aware of what the Apple Music app looked like for install FullPlay, here is an example:

If you said “wow, FullPlay looks much better”, we totally agree with you. But we understand the whole “different kind of different people” rule, so if you are not on board, we respectfully disagree. To each his own, as they say.

FullPlay does not come with any configuration options, and is available as a free download in the Packix repository via any package manager you may choose to use. Tweak supports jailbroken iOS 12 and 13 devices, and as a bonus, the developer demonstrates compatibility with popular jailbreak tweaks such as Violet, MeltedCrayons, MetalLyricsBackground and Ablaze to name a few.

Do you like the aesthetics of the Apple Music app more before or after installing FullPlay? Let us know your position in the comments section below.

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