New Cydia release called MusicMark helps to save the place in the Music app when respring or force-quit the app. This is not a secret that when you’re in the middle of listening to media via Apple’s Music app and you end up having to force-quit the app or respring your device for any reason, you’ll notice that the app never remembers your place in the song when you get the Music app up and running again. MusicMark tweak by iOS developer Tony Kraft fixes this by problem by forcing the Music app to remember your place in a song whenever you respring or force-quit the Music app. Let's find out how this tweak works.
How To Save The Place In The Music App When Respring Or Force-Quit The App On iPhone
MusicMark tweak can be a savior for jailbreakers as they tend to respring their devices quite frequently due to the need of having to respring after installing or configuring certain jailbreak tweaks.
So to get MusicMark tweak you need to go to Cydia’s BigBoss repository and grab it for free. It’s made to work on jailbroken iOS 9 and iOS 10 devices. The tweak doesn't offer any configurations. Once you install it, if you do end up respringing or force-quitting your Music app, your device will come back up and you can re-launch the Music app to start playing your music again right where it was before you last took action.
Note that the tweak doesn’t force the music to start playing again automatically, so you still have to re-launch the Music app and tap play manually when you’re ready.
MusicMark isn’t intended to be used with third-party music apps like Spotify Music, because it is useless to save the place in the Music app when respring or force-quit the app if it already has this option.
As a conclusion I can say that MusicMark tweak will be useful for those users who always testing and configuring jailbreak tweaks on a daily basis. If you want to continue where you left off in my Music app after installing something new from Cydia and respringing your device, then MusicMark can help you to do that with ease.