FoldMusic is a new Cydia tweak for jailbroken iOS devices that allows users to control their favorite music right from the home screen of their devices. What FoldMusic does is, it places a music folder on your home screen that keeps all the tracks from any of the album or from the playlist you have created in your Music.app at your fingertips. Users can simply tap on the icon of the folder and then on the song they want to listen to. A new music folder can be created by going into settings.app of the device. Users can either choose an album to appear in the folder or they could choose one of the playlists they have created out of their favorite music tracks. Users can create as many music folders as they want using FoldMusic tweak.
FoldMusic gives full control to the user and enables them to play/pause, go to next or previous song, and even increase or decrease the volume of the currently playing song. FoldMusic also shows a small cover art and the total playback time of the song along with it’s full title. Thankfully there’s no limit to songs that can appear in the folder, so you will be able to access all the songs you have added in a playlist.
To create a new music folder, simply open the settings.app on your iOS device and go to FoldMusic settings menu. Tap on the ‘+’ button and then select the album or the playlist you want to add in your music folder. Name the folder and you are good to go.
FoldMusic tweak for jailbroken iOS devices is available in Cydia for $1.50 under the bigboss repo.
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