Anytime we want to know the time, most of us end up looking at our device’s Lock Screen to take the advantage of the huge time display that is shown on the top half of the iOS device. Sure, it is handy and works effectively but it is not aesthetically pleasing and is definitely not something that would catch your eye.
So, if you would like a time display that is a little more eye-catching, then you should check out the newly released jailbreak tweak known as Klean. This new jailbreak tweak was developed by iOS developer Ali Maulana and is more functional than the native time display as it shares more information with the user.
With Klean, you don’t need to interact with the stock Lock Screen and can enjoy a quirky and sassy, one-in-all widget that will not only show you the date and time of the day but also other things such as battery level, current weather conditions, and so on. The best thing about Klean is that this widget is visible both on the Lock Screen and the Home Screen. You don’t need to enable it for both the screens but you always have the option to enable it.
After you install Klean on your device, there will be two dedicated Preference panes in the Settings app – for both Home Screen and Lock Screen. You can choose to configure the settings for the widget independently on the screens, you can disable the widget on one screen, and so on. However, there are similar options for both settings. These options that are offered in the settings consist of:
- Enabling and disabling the widget
- Hiding weather information
- Hiding battery information
- Setting the day font size
- Selecting a custom color selection for the date, text, shape, or clock
- Selecting the X and Y axis positioning using the slider
There is also an option for respring available at the end of the preference pane that can be used by the user to save the changed settings. One thing that you need to remember if you intend to use the Klean widget on your Home Screen is that you will need to install another jailbreak tweak that will allow you to change the row and column format so that your device icons don’t interfere with Klean widget. This is the only drawback of Klean that it doesn’t offer any tools with the tweak itself.
Now, if you do end up using the Klean tweak, there are chances that you don’t like how it makes your iPhone look. In that case, you can always uninstall it and don’t have to be stuck with it forever. You can easily download this tweak from the Packix repository free of cost using your favorite package manager. This tweak is currently supported on jailbroken iOS 13 and 14 devices.
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