Want to display song ratings throughout the Music app in iOS 10, then you should first jailbreak your device to install new Cydia release to enable this functionality. Many iPhone owners frequently use the stock Music app to listen to favorite songs on, and jailbreak can help to improve the app's functionality and add some new features.
Dubbed as I See Stars III this new jailbreak tweak improves the Music app by letting you view item ratings in playlist tables, otherwise known as song lists. Go on reading to learn how you can bring this option to your device.
How To Display Song Ratings Throughout The Music app
To get this additional feature head to Cydia’s BigBoss repository and download I See Stars III for free. The tweak doesn't come with any configuration options, so once you install the tweak its effects will take place right away. This means that I See Stars III displays song ratings throughout the Music app in iOS 10 the next time you use stock media player.
The ratings appear to the left of the album artwork thumbnails, as you can see on the screenshot above. These rating point give you an evidence of what songs you better prefer even before you look at the titles. This can make picking music to listen to even faster. With this additional feature the Music app interface feels fuller.
You’ll notice the ratings appear in Playlist view and Songs view of the Music app. You can access them from the main page of the Music app just under the “Library” header:
As for me I See Stars III tweak adds a handy feature to the stock Music app for those folks who consider the ratting as an important thing. So if you a music fan and you do rate your music then you should I See Stars III tweak.