The current volume HUD (heads up display) takes up a large portion of the screen when you are increasing or decreasing the volume of your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. If you would like to make the volume HUD more simplistic then you may want to check out the HUDChanger Cydia tweak.
What the HUDChanger Cydia tweak does is replace the stock iOS volume HUD with a simplistic little pane that will only show the label of “Volume Level: PERCENT‘. Additionally, instead of showing this pane on the middle of your iOS device’s screen it will appear on the bottom of your screen.
If you are interested in the HUDChanger Cydia tweak you can find it through the BigBoss repo for FREE. For those that decided to give this tweak a try let us know what you think of it in the comments section below.
nice but is there an app to change volume from status bar or other with out having use the volume buttons ?
Michael Schnier says
Music control pro’s one option.
nice, but would this mess with the activator volume tap function?
Double click the home button and scroll to the left. Music player should apear. Scroll again. Volume
Set should apear.