Best Spotify tweaks for iOS to install without jailbreak

If you love music, then you definitely have a Spotify subscription. However, you may have noticed by now that there are still some features lacking in Spotify that you need so much. This ranges from crucial features that can hinder your music experience to the UI and personal customizations.

No matter your reasons for improvements to the Spotify app, you can rest assured that there are many Spotify tweaks out there that can do a great job. From changing the UI to adding new and functions,

  • TrueShuffle

Ever tried using the Spotify shuffle feature only to find out that the songs aren’t as random as you would like? Or does it play any other music other than what you’ve played before? TrueShuffle fixes the Spotify randomization issue and makes the randomness truly random.

Installing the app is easy and you don’t have any settings to configure. Since this is a Spotify tweak, you’ll find it on Yung Specht’s repository. To install it, you need to have Cydia on your device, add the repository as the Source and install the tweak.

Read Also: Best Cydia sources and repos for iOS

  • Xanify

Xanify is a jailbreak tweak that lets you configure a couple of things on Spotify. These include the ability to set a custom following count, hide the Status Bar from the interface, hide the output device picker and disable Genius feature or Behind the Lyrics from occurring on the playing interface. The tweak is available for free on Cydia Packix repository.

  • Brightify

Brightify does one simple thing – make your Spotify interface brighter. If you are bored with the dark theme on Spotify, why not brighten it up by using Brightify? The tweak also creates a toggle switch that you can switch to switch between dark and bright modes. You can download the tweak from Cydia.

  • NextUp 2

If you are not a fan of the current Spotify player controls, then you need NextUp. The tweak adds a new feature to iOS that helps you to control things such as music queues. The best thing about this tweak is that it does work on a variety of music apps including Apple Music, Tidal and Deezer. To download the tweak, visit the BigBoss repository.

  • Flow

When browsing your music album, you may be encountering several difficulties, especially with album covers. Flow brings about a simple UI and modern concept that not only looks good, but also brings ore compatibility on the table. The tweak works for Apple Music, Spotify, SoundCloud, Tidal, and even Podcasts.

Among the things you can do with the app include the ability to hide media controls, use album art as the background for songs and show volume HUD. The best thing about the app is that you can toggle it on or off whenever you need. To get the app, visit Packix repo.

  • Artsy

Just as its name suggests, Artsy brings some art to the player. It allows you to use the playing song’s album art as the cover for the song. This tweak works whether you are using the widget or the Spotify app. You can get the app from Packix repo.

  • FixSpotify

When using Spotify on your phone, you must have realized that the last song on the playlist doesn’t always show. This bug has been going on for quite some time hence the need for a tweak that solves the problem. The issue stems from a problem with the font size and this tweak provides a solution. You can download it from this repo on Github.

Tired of the express settings that come with Spotify and you need a way to customize every aspect of the app? Well, tweaks give you the ability to customize the app any way that you want.

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