If your iPhone or iPad is jailbroken on iOS 10 and you feel the need to add some character to the stock Music app and Spotify, you can now add a splash of color to it thanks to ColorFlow 3 (iOS 10) jailbreak tweak.

If there is one thing that we love about the jailbreak community, it’s the fact that there are always ways to do things that we think Apple should get around to doing on its own, but likely never will. ColorFlow 3 (iOS 10) is a prime example of that, and just why jailbreak is still an important part of the iOS experience.

Available to download from the BigBoss repository via the Cydia jailbreak store, ColorFlow was recently updated to version 3.0, with this update bringing support for the new Lock screen and Music app that were brought about as part of big iOS update in the form of iOS 10 back in September.

So what exactly does ColorFlow 3 (iOS 10) can do? In a nutshell, once installed, the tweak will take the album artwork of the song currently being played and then use its color palette to add a splash of color to the user interface of either the stock Apple Music app or the Spotify app, depending on whichever you happen to be using at the time.

As we mentioned earlier though, the iOS Lock screen will also receive the same color accents as well, making things look even more awesome when your device is locked.

The other great news about ColorFlow 3 is that it supports anything that can run iOS 10. This means that it’s not just iPhone users who can take advantage of this beautiful tweak – but those with iPads and even iPod touch devices can also get up and running with a splash of color in the Music and Spotify apps.

It also brings us to question why Apple or Spotify developers shy away from making everything all nice and colorful? Here’s to hoping this is one of those jailbreak tweaks that pushes developers to improve their own apps in a similar way.

As mentioned earlier, ColorFlow 3 (iOS 10) can be grabbed from the BigBoss repository in Cydia for a $1.99 price tag.

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