One of the wonderful things about the world of jailbreaking is that those with a liberated device can enjoy that freedom with as much simplicity or complexity as they see fit. Packages, extensions and tweaks can not only be installed which dramatically enhance the power and capability of the device, but it’s also feasible to install very simple tweaks which are designed to change small parts of the iOS experience.

One tweak, which definitely falls into the latter category, is SpringChanger. It is a lightweight tweak designed to afford users with the luxury of customizing the visual experience when a device goes through a respring.

Rather than trying and bundling in an exorbitant amount of functionality, SpringChanger truly conforms to the belief that a package should have one feature in mind, and that it should look to simply execute that feature in a perfect fashion, and without issue or trouble to the end-user.

From a feature perspective, SpringChanger introduces a number of small customization settings which allows users to personalize the respring screen to fit their taste. To be exact, users can choose the background, and set a new color for the Apple logo.

The white/black Apple logo has stood the test of time, but if you feel a bit funky, SpringChanger could be the perfect tool to help you with that. It looks great, but we can’t imagine Apple will be too happy about users being able to deviate away from the official coloring of its logo. Of course as mentioned earlier, you can set a custom image selected from the Camera Roll on the device as the background, but if you like a plain solid background, that can be done as well to complement the Apple logo color.

Stock iOS already lets you set a Lock screen image or a Home screen image, and now with the installation of SpringChanger jailbreak tweak, it’s also possible to customize the respring screen. Grab it right now for your iOS 10 device if this sounds like the type of functionality you’ve been looking for.

SpringChanger can be downloaded for free from the BigBoss repository in Cydia right now.

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