Have you ever wanted to set animated GIF images as Lock screen wallpaper in iOS 9.3.3. With new jailbreak tweak release dubbed GIFLock it is possible to setup any animated GIF image from your Camera Roll as the wallpaper on the Lock screen of your jailbroken iOS 9.3.3 device.
GIFLock works with all of those GIFs that you might be saving from Safari or when a friend or family member sends one to you with one of those fancy keyboard apps from the App Store.
So read the overview below to learn how to install the tweak and see how it works.
How To Set Animated GIF Images As Lock Screen Wallpaper
In order to get the ability to set animated GIF images as Lock screen wallpaper in iOS 9.3.3 you should download GIFLock tweak. Head to Cydia and install the tweak on your jailbroken iPhone. After install this tweak you can option to configure from Setting app.
GIFLock is developed in the way it determine GIFs shapes and sizes. That's why, it comes with image stretching support, which ensures that the image takes up the full height of your iPhone's display.
If you don’t want a distorted image that’s normally wide being stretched to the height of the iPhone’s display, you can set any custom HTML-supported background color (including transparency) to show behind the GIF, which will fill all the empty space.
Note that all customizations you make take place immediately and don't require to respring your device.
GIFLock is available as a free download package for any jailbroken device from Cydia’s BigBoss repository. The developer promises that more features and settings are coming to the tweak in an upcoming update, so it should be interesting to see how this capable tweak becomes even more capable in the future.