If you own an iPhone and an Apple Watch, you know that each device's home screen works differently. The iOS home screen is optimized for a larger screen, while watchOS & # 39; is optimized for a smaller screen; But if you have a soft spot for how the Apple Watch home screen works and have the same experience on the iPhone, today's day is because you no longer need to settle.
Enter Honey a recently released jailbreak tweak by the IOS developer Blake Boxberger who portrays Apple Watch's home screen experience to iOS devices. As you will notice in the screenshot above, Honey can be configured to work in a variety of ways, allowing you to experience what you love about Apple Watch right on your iPhone or iPad.
The concept of porting Apple Watch's Home The display experience of the iPhone is certainly not new, but Honey offers one of the most aesthetically pleasing user experiences on the market today. It's complete with proper scaling for the iPhone screen and plenty of options to get things to see how you want them.
Honey lets you look straight out of the box:
- Access all your apps with a simple sweep motion
- Enjoy fluid animations just as you like on Apple Watch
- Use different background sharpness effects
- Hide or show your iPhone's original application Dock
- Bring the experience with themes, alert brand tweaks and widgets  As you might expect, you'll find a preference panel in the Settings app where you can configure your desired features:
- Turn honey on or off on request
- Enable or disable haptic feedback
- Hide or show the Dock program
- Hide or show the warning marks
- Select a setting setting for the home screen:  No blur
- Light blur
- Dark blur
- Vibrant blur
- Select a lay out setting:
- Select the desired preferred app icon setting:
- Default (and enter a desired size in pixels)
- Circle (and enter a preferred size in pixels)
The developer provides a Respring button in the pre-pane for to save any settings you make on request.
While we are on the topic of porting Apple Watch-inspired Home screen experience with the iOS platform, it is worth noting that Boxberger was also responsible for making HomeList, which ran Apple Watch's list-centric home screen experience for the iPhone. Perhaps surprisingly, HomeList gives similar attention to detail.
If you are interested in trying out the new Honey tweak, download it today for $ 2.99 from the Dynastic Repo Repository in Cydia or Sileo. Tweak supports all jailbroken iOS 11 and 12 devices, but when it is written, it prevents you from uninstalling apps. According to the developer, this will be resolved in a future update.
What are your thoughts on the Apple Watch Home screen experience on the iOS platform? Discuss in the comments below.