Monday, May 22, 2017

Hypeman Displays Now Playing Changes On Banner Notifications In iOS 10

If you have jailbroken device you can install new jailbreak tweak that displays Now Playing changes on banner notifications in iOS 10. Many people like to listen to radio apps or random playlists that they didn’t create. If you're one of them then you’re probably knows how it feels when you can’t figure out what’s playing on your iPhone as iOS doesn't provide you with these details. And another problem is that it is impossible to save this song for later.

Dubbed as Hypeman, this jailbreak tweak fixes this problem, by displaying Now Playing changes on banner notifications in iOS 10. This means you get the details of the song that's playing.

The tweak announces the title of each song when it starts or you can configure it to show music changes visually via notification banners. If you choose banner notifications, you'll see song info along with the artwork from the app it’s playing from. But if you pick the voice option, you can configure what voice you hear, the speaking rate or the voice pitch. If you prefer notification banners, you’ll be glad to know that it is possible even swipe on the notification banner to skip a track.

So to give Hypeman tweak a try, you need to download it for free of charge from Cydia’s BigBoss repo. The tweak supports all jailbroken iOS 10 devices. Note that this tweak is configured via Flipswitch. If you have a Flipswitch-based extension such as FlipControlCenter installed, then you can easily head over to that tweak’s preference pane, in Hypeman cell, and begin to configure the tweak from there:

Hypeman is a great tweak for people who connect their iPhone to external speakers at parties. And since the tweak supports both Apple’s Music app and third-party apps, it’s universal tool that fit anyone’s needs. 


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