While there are a couple of great Cydia tweaks which offer a variety of customizing options for the lock screen, but also widgets, I personally feel like there isn’t an app which stands out from all the points of view. However, an interesting Cydia tweak that actually has a lot of potential is known by the name of SleekCode.
This great Cydia tweak which can be downloaded from Cydia’s BigBoss repo allows users to change the look of the traditional iPhone passcode screen. With this in mind, it offers a variety of different themes including passcode rings, blur, alpha and a couple of more features that allow users to hide the emergency dial button, but also the famous ‘Slide to Unlock’ quite that iDevices are well known for.
When it comes down to the ease of use of SleekCode, it is safe to say that the iOS 8 jailbreak app is quite easy to operate. Once it has been installed, users can go ahead and look for the new preference panel in the Settings app. Over there, the app has 5 different switches that can be used to customize its appearance in order to make sure that it suits the preferences of each user. If you are the type of person that likes minimalistic designs, then this app is definitely for you, as it gives the iPhone screen a sleek look that’s definitely better than the stock one. Keep in mind that the Cydia app only works in the case that you have a passcode set up for your lock screen, or you have configured Touch ID.
Have you tried SleekCode out until now? If yes, what did you think about it? Let us know!